About Per Karlberg

Per Karlberg, a technology executive with extensive expertise in the intersection of real estate and technology, boasts an impressive academic background. He holds a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Management from The Faculty of Engineering at Lund University, specializing in Mathematical Modeling and Statistics. Additionally, he earned a Master of Science in Business and Economics from Lund University, focusing on Innovation and Strategic Management, and completed coursework at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. As the CEO of our company and with three years of experience as the Co-Founder of ProptechOS, Per Karlberg has demonstrated exceptional proficiency in the field. He possesses comprehensive knowledge of real estate technology and the challenges confronting the industry, having played a pivotal role in spearheading the development of ProptechOS. This system optimizes real estate portfolios by leveraging data mapping and IoT technology. Per Karlberg's involvement as the co-founder of RealEstateCore, an open-source domain ontology fostering control over buildings and the creation of new services, has significantly shaped his expertise in proptech and real estate technology. He has contributed to mapping existing standards to RealEstateCore, enabling its function as a bridge between prevailing standards and the identification of common denominators. A noteworthy part of his contribution is found in a paper he co-authored, entitled "The realestatecore ontology" published in the proceedings of the 18th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2019). This endeavor has been crucial in preparing buildings for interaction with Smart Cities and actualizing the potential of digital transformation and ESG breakthroughs within the real estate sector. For further information or professional inquiries, Per Karlberg can be contacted via LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/perkarlberg/

How environmental control systems enhance building health

We spend as much as 90% of our lives indoors, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. So it’s vitally important in the built environment that the indoor spaces where we live and work are optimized for our health and wellbeing.  Environmental control systems (ECS) play a pivotal role [...]

By |2024-05-29T11:32:37+02:002024-05-29|ESG Real Estate|

Release notes – version 5.4.1

In this release We introduce a new endpoint in the Preview API that gives the possibility to retrieve twin parents (the superceeding “hierarchy”). Also, another connector can now be controlled via ProptechOS edge management. New functionality Twin hierarchy New endpoint in Preview API that can retrieve hierarchy of a [...]

By |2024-05-21T15:49:45+02:002024-05-21|Release Notes|

How the LEED rating system works: A guide for property investors

Reducing the environmental impact of the built environment is vitally important for the building industry. Investors know that sustainability is the number one priority when funding developments; asset managers must meet their ESG goals.  But in the age of greenwashing and heightened corporate awareness of the impact of misleading [...]

By |2024-04-19T06:47:24+02:002024-04-18|ESG Real Estate|

The Past, Present and Future of Green Building Design

Construction is about much more than putting a roof over our heads. Building design at its best is considered by many to be a form of art, with renowned 21st-century architects akin to Renaissance painters. Structures have been viewed as landmarks and symbols of local and national identity for [...]

By |2024-04-08T15:03:58+02:002024-04-08|ESG Real Estate|

Environmental Benchmarking in Commercial Real Estate

In any walk of life, comparison between similar entities is inevitable. Elite universities compete for places in national and global rankings. Sports teams trade league positions over the course of a season. When it comes to commercial real estate (CRE), it’s no different.  We know that investors heavily prioritize [...]

By |2024-03-21T15:18:01+02:002024-03-21|ESG Real Estate|

GRESB Reporting: An assessment of your ESG Real Estate

Sustainability reporting in commercial real estate (CRE) can be a minefield. With no universal metric for judging a business’s commitment to reducing its environmental impact, it is often a challenge to understand precisely the extent to which organizations meet their targets.  The European Union is in the process of [...]

By |2024-02-27T15:51:47+02:002024-02-27|Proptech|

Release notes – version 5.4.0

In this release Application specific properties can now be shared across different applications, from an application acting as the source or owner of the information to other applications acting as consumers. Access to Application specific properties is managed via the same policies that regulate other access of twins and [...]

By |2024-02-26T12:07:05+02:002024-02-07|Release Notes|

Innovative carbon offset programs for a sustainable business

Every organization wants to lower its carbon footprint and reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) production. But some industries — aviation, for example, can only go so far without fundamentally shifting their business model. Airlines need aircraft in the sky to make money, and jet engines (for now) have limits [...]

By |2024-02-01T09:06:18+02:002024-02-01|ESG Real Estate|

Effective sustainability reporting in commercial real estate (CRE)

The world’s properties account for a staggering 40% of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions, and building management in commercial real estate (CRE) alone is directly and indirectly responsible for 10.5% — more than aviation and agriculture.  It’s no mistake that sustainability has become such a major driver in our [...]

By |2024-04-02T18:12:57+02:002024-01-24|Proptech|
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