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CRE pros can drop the tape measures as computer vision and analytics technology are ready to take over—at a price and with some limitations, of course. 

Engineers and scientists have for years been working on how computers can directly see with cameras. There’s been growing use in commercial real estate. For example, using combinations of satellite and manned aircraft imagery, it’s possible to see whether a roof is damaged, worn, or potentially at some other risk like an overhanging tree.

 

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