One third of global carbon emissions come from the built environment*

Pupil is committed to reducing emissions throughout the real estate industry. Creating a future that works better for people and the planet.

Our latest White Paper highlights how we’re taking cars off the road

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How Pupil spatial data will reduce carbon emissions

The Pupil 3D reconstruction and scene-understanding system takes real-world spaces and makes them digital.

Our technology

Virtual viewing and remote diligence

With our accurate, trusted and insured spatial data, we aim to:

  • Eliminate car journeys in the property insurance diligence process
  • Provide virtual viewing capabilities for banks and mortgage lenders, to evaluate property’s risk remotely
  • Enable virtual shopping for consumers, to ensure furniture and white goods fit and look right, dramatically decreasing returns

Retrofitting residential housing

We’re partnering with leading industry and government agencies to improve the fabric of buildings, so they produce fewer carbon emissions. Our vision is to:

  • Facilitate retrofit data standards
  • Enable off-site precision fabrication and manufacturing of retrofit systems
  • Provide consumers with accurate, life-like visualisations for their future retrofitted property

Energy profiling

We’ve produced research, analysis and recommendations on the reliability of area measurements used to calculate EPC* ratings of residential property. We aim to use Pupil spatial data to provide insights and recommendations that will reduce the energy consumption of homes.

*Energy Performance Certificate

Offseting our
carbon footprint

We partner with Ecologi to plant trees and support projects that impact atmospheric CO2. As Pupil grows, so does the number of trees we plant.

See how many trees we’ve planted so far at ecologi.com/pupil

If you’d like to get in touch with us, or have any questions about the Pupil mission or our brands, send us an email today. We want to hear from you.

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