Google has announced a new product to combat rising housing prices, called Real Estate Development and Analytics, or RDAIA.RDAIA, as the product is called, will allow developers to capture and analyse real estate data in real time, enabling developers to find and remove hidden faults and vulnerabilities in their buildings.RSA, the acronym for Real-Time Assessments and Analytics Analysis, was developed by RCA Technologies and will be available for download from the Google Play Store on September 30.RCA Technologies’ Real Estate Analysis Service will be free to developers.RZA, the name of the product, will also be free for developers.
The software, which will be launched on the Google App Engine, allows developers to quickly build up an understanding of a building’s physical structure, physical layout, and structural components, and then automatically report those changes.
“Real-time assessment and analytics provides the power to detect potential problems before they occur,” the RDAI project’s site states.
“It’s also the basis for building smart buildings, where the developers can monitor and respond to building issues quickly and easily.”
It’s not clear what specific problems developers will be able to detect, but Google says it will be “detecting a wide range of problems that can have significant negative effects on the overall quality of a site or build.”
For example, a building with faulty walls can have a negative impact on the building’s overall aesthetic quality, and it could also have a positive impact on a building that doesn’t meet the code of conduct.
The RDAIS also includes a new data source for developers to analyse real-time data.
It will allow them to build “pre-built maps” for their buildings, which include the total number of rooms and bathrooms in the building.”RDAI maps provide a visual representation of an individual building to help developers understand its physical layout,” the product’s description states.
“Using the RDBG maps, developers can quickly see a building in the context of its physical area, and thus identify any potential problems in the build.”RDAIS is also designed to help companies that are looking to create “smart” buildings, meaning the buildings can be built with a wider range of options, including more sustainable building materials and energy efficiency, or they can be made to comply with certain building codes.
The new product is the latest step by Google in trying to combat the housing bubble.
It’s not the first time Google has launched such a product.
Earlier this year, the company unveiled a tool that would help developers identify potential problems with a building, including whether a roof was leaking or had been damaged.
The company has also released a tool called Real-time Assess and Analytics Analyzer to help the company spot problems before it’s too late.
Google’s move to help build smart buildings comes after a spate of bad headlines over the past year.
In October, the US Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Office of Inspector General found that Google’s “Real Estate Analytics” tool did not accurately identify some of the problems it found, with some properties in New York City costing up to $2 million more per year in the process of being built than similar homes in less expensive areas.
The site for the product also mentions that it will “help developers quickly and accurately detect, and remove, potential problems”.
Google says it is working on more products that will help developers “create smart, scalable, and secure buildings, and deliver better user experiences for their customers”.