TRACTR Network model
TRACTR Network Model is built to create an adaptive marketplace for shared space resources. Instead of focusing on solutions for individual buildings or independent users of the buildings, we use an AI-guided discovery process to find and optimize the benefits of using a network of shared spaces.
Traditionally resources are acquired or arranged within a single building. Network model focuses on effectiveness and access both internal and external resources. Resource network is planned on a system level (platform) and resources shared between different functions in different locations. This resource sharing makes it an adaptive network. Adaptiveness lowers the risks of owners and users, as the network enables flexibility based on the chasing needs.
"Network model focuses on effectiveness and access both internal and external resources."
Our Network model is based on Space as a Service logic. You don’t always need to own the resources but rather have right use them as service. Solutions are open to external stakeholders, however, while the structure is static and based on control. The effects of utilizing the model are higher utilization rates, larger social density, more diversity of resources and lower environmental effects. Entities are no longer isolated, stand-alone institutions but are shared with other stakeholders as well. This is an example of a platform economy application in built environment. The solution can be implemented in new development projects starting with synergic planning or in existing city and campus structures.