The CRE App Review Features Exclusive Q&A With Mark Cuban
NEW YORK, N.Y. (September 10, 2014) – The CRE App Review, a popular resource for professionals looking for information about trending commercial real estate technology applications, is proud to feature an exclusive Q&A with Mark Cuban. Aside from sharing his point of view on the intersection of the commercial real estate and technology industries, Cuban took the opportunity to provide an update on the latest news from his own company, Motionloft, which uses sensors to track pedestrian and vehicle traffic in real time.
“Motionloft continues to push the envelope by continuing to shrink our sensors and press the limits of computer vision software and algorithms,” said Mark Cuban. “Pushing down the size and extending our algorithms allows us to place our sensors in more diverse locations, capture more types of data and even add new features to our sensors. Not only can we count, but we can include incremental data captured by our sensors that includes moisture, noise, gasses, temperature, and much more.”
The interview exemplifies The CRE App Review’s goal to serve not only as a platform that supports the educational efforts of individuals interested in the latest commercial real estate technology products, but the reeducation process as well, as these products continue to grow and evolve.
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The CRE App Review is a popular resource for professionals looking for information about trending commercial real estate technology applications and services. Since launching in 2012, The CRE App Review has served as a hub for the discovery and discussion of the latest commercial real estate websites and technology.
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