Construction Project Supply Chain Infrastructure (CaPSCi) is a technology architecture establishing secure autonomous connections between the physical Property, its data or Building Information Model, ownership and service provider ecosystems (SPE).

Build organizations and technologies adopt CaPSCi by obtaining an encrypted identity [or API] from a CaPSCi Identity Service Provider.

Technology Layers

Identity Infrastructure Hierarchy
CaPSCi is a security framework that wraps around the evolving life-cycle of buildings, its data and service providers.

Maximizes the advantage and value of building information models (BIM), CDE and digitized O&M as digital descriptions of a buildings fundamental operating environment.

Establish identity based access controls that allow service provider application layers to evolve independent of the property and its data.

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Owners store pertinent O&M data in secure building information models (BIM) or Common Data Environments.
while addressing the requirements of build/built industry or service provider diversity.
PropTech apps connect to BIM containers leveraging data for daily operations and facilitating data updates by service provider ecosystems .
The cost is inexpensive and distributed across each industry and related user applications.
Property owners purchase an identity and pay the cost of data container creation (ie: BIM), annual data storage and updates.
Service providers purchase an identity and pay the cost of user applications.

Property owners and management firms administer autonomous user access through their individual service provider lists.
Independent identities with centralized data storage assures accessibility and technology development is agnostic, portable between users and technology , autonomously managed and property owners retain data value.

service providers are interactive. allowing PropTech applications to evolve around the operational needs of each industry to improve building and service provider efficiency.

Identity Infrastructure

Property Technology Layers & Data Ownership
Property’s Fragmented Business

Identity infrastructures solve the challenges of service provider integration, data accessibility, usability, maintenance, updates and security.

CaPSCi Identity Service Providers establish protocols for strategic data exchange between diverse property industries and emerging technologies for a range of users from ownership and tenants to service providers who dynamically align with property assets on-demand.

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Data Ownership

Property Data Ownership Ecosystems
Building Value

CaPSCi leverages building information models (BIM) as a primary [independent] storage service to assure data . . .

  • Ownership (clear)
  • Access Control
  • Autonomy
  • Usability
  • Portability
  • Security
  • Big Data Valuations

Digitized Property Data and Service Provider details are proprietary assets and should be secured as the intellectual property of building owners.

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Center of Integration

Fostering PropTech Diversity

Independent Identity infrastructures offer seamless connectivity between diverse and fragmented property ecosystems and technologies.

Access controls for ownership and management autonomously link service providers to buildings, tenants, maintenance and construction projects.

Supply side autonomy link material and equipment manufacturers to buildings and users in many ways at various stages of build across the entire life-cycle of the asset.

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Bottoms-Up Construction Technology  Development

Digital identities establish a foundation for autonomous and anonymous data exchange independent of industry, business interests, trades and their individual application platforms. These platforms write, consume and exchange property/build data from cradle to grave.

Autonomous PropTech begins by developing integrated technologies. Starting where building management and service providers interact with assets and tenants.

Automating operational procedures between management, service providers and tenants tackle major pain points in managing maintenance, upgrades and the performance requirements of construction.

These business processes are defined by multi-user interaction where even small errors and delays add up to a costly annual expense to ownership, management and service providers.

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Supply Chains

Supply Chain Identities Provide Access to Product and Raw Material Logistical Data
AEC and supplier market identities facilitate digitally integrated relationships between contractors, equipment manufactures and local supply chains.

Equipment and material market identities leverage autonomy at design and build stages. Improving AEC analysis, configuration and selection of systems and equipment while providing logistical data for product demand and raw material supply chains.


Independent Industry Identity Solutions are Scalable Outside Build/t Environments
Beyond Construction

CaPSCi fills the construction void in Build and Built operating environments . . . and beyond.

Identity based access controls combined with centrally managed building information models support independent technology solutions emerging across a wide range industry verticals.

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Data Flows between Property BIM Containers, Contractors, Supply Chains, Regulators and PropData Sources
Advancing PropTech Adoption

CaPSCi identity frameworks expand usability and adoptability of PropTech.

Centrally accessible, secure BIMs can be leveraged industrywide by users and technologies.

Rapid adoption will reduce overall cost and establish on-demand pricing for isolated use-case technologies.

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