09:00 - 09:45


Chairman of PropTech Innovation Harald Schjelderup sets the stage with Head of business development in BOB, Anders Daniel Brekke.

“An industry in change, where are the opportunities”
Ben Lerner, leading tech investor

“This is how air can turn into gold”
Some wants to build on water, others in the air. Envelope has developed a groundbreaking solution that optimizes and auctiones the airspace over housing in Manhattan.
- Cindy McLaughlin, CEO Envelope


09:45 - 10:40

Datadriven changes

Data will be the primary driver for change in construction and real estate. How do we commercialize on existing data and how are groundbreaking solutions created?

“How can ProTech capitalize on leading sensor technology?”
- Ole Petter Novsett, Sales Director Disruptive Technologies

“Optimize existing data and improve user experience through a cloud-based data platform”
- Rune Svindland, CEO Create Solutions

“Use AI to streamline existing data and boost your NOI across asset portfolio”
- Maya Gal, CFO Okapi

“How voice control can improve user experience in buildings”
- Siri Gomnæs Børsum, Leader of Digital Transformation Google Norway

“How Ambita uses AI to develop digital solutions for PropTech business”
- Fredrik Halmøy Wisløff, CTO Ambita


10:40 - 11:00



11:00 - 11:20

IoT with indoor 5G

5G will be the leading technology for connecting IoT in-house, when will it come and how will PropTech industry look like when 5G is heading indoors?

“Future housing development with revolutionary IoT”
- Bjørn Andreas Wentzel, Business developer Cisco Norge and Bart Brinckman, Director Mobile CTO Office, Cisco Systems

“How can data collected in light increase the profitability and user experience in commercial real estate?”
- Signify


11:20 - 11:55

The future of visualization

VR and AR today provide completely new user experiences. The value in use is great when buying, selling or building a home. Get insight into the technologies that are now being launched.

“Correct use of AR can streamline the construction process by between 10-20%. What opportunities exist?”
- Jens Kvarekvål, Region director Norconsult

“The dream is to be able to move in the dream home before it is built”
- Per Hjartdal, CEO and founder of Wec360

“Watch and learn, vizualisation of homes”
- Mikus Opelts, CEO Giraffe360


11:55 - 12:55



12:55 - 13:35

Global innovation in PropTech

Plug & Play is a world-leading incubator. They will showcase some of the leading and most groundbreaking concepts they have to offer.

What innovations do we see in PropTech? What are investors looking for?
- Thomas Bardawil, Leader PropTech Plug & Play and David Felkai, Partnerships Plug & Play

Case presentations:
Enivo System – smart building control system, with Reza Alaghehband
Havr – open doors using the light on a smartphone, with Simon Laurent and John Mears
MyVoice – door opener by voice, with Ivar Line and Nikola Andelic
FairFleet – full range drone supplier, with Florian Waubke

Panel discussion


13:35 - 14:20

Investing in PropTech

Investors are flocking to the PropTech industry. They see new opportunities to increase their own return. How do investors think about what they see in the industry so far?

“What does a leading Silicon Valley investor look for in the future PropTech market?”
- Sumeet Jain, Partner 7Global Capital

“New York is one of the leading cities within PropTech. How do they work to make PropTech an interesting investment area?”
- Philip Russo, Advisor MetaProp and Communication Coaching

“Local investors see great opportunities in PropTech. What are we really looking for?”
- Henrik Lie-Nilsen, Investor

Panel Discussion


14:20 - 14:40



14:40 - 15:45

The future is green

How can PropTech take the next steps in sustainability?

“The true story behind the groundbreaking Trenezia project”
- Ole H. Kleppe, Director Property BOB

“Waste IQ / BIR digitizes the entire value chain in waste management.”
- Navn Navnesen, XXX

“What is Klimanjaro?”
- Arnstein Flaskerud, Fjordkraft


15:45 - 16:15

Urban planning

The future of urban planning - how to create an urban and growing environment using data.

“What can academia add to urban planning?”
- Akkelies van Nes, Professor at Western Norway University of Applied Sciences

“How data will affect the future of urban planning, and where academia meets practical experience.”
- Michelle Littlefield, Stanford University and Redwood City

“How far has Bergen kommune come and what are the next steps?”
- Xx, Bergen Kommune