E3Think employs technological, economic and design expertise to create significant financial and operational value of real estate and urban opportunities.
E3Think has created value on projects as diverse as repositioning disused retail in London, and reclaiming property after the fall of the Berlin Wall, to facilities strategies for Fortune 25s and energy upgrades.
E3Think is spearheading development and deployment of low cost transportation solutions. Specific assignments have ranged from transit oriented developments to Hudson Bike Share.
From fuel cells and photovoltaic solar, E3Think has created value on a wide array of energy projects. Some are exploratory, others are very hands on, such as leading a weatherization project of a 120 year old historic building.
In addition to being a leading strategist on urban infrastructure in an Internet of Things environment, E3Think creates Decision Support Tools.
E3Think creates value from minimizing operating expenses, capital expenses and risk, while at the same time increasing revenues.
At an event called Start-up City, Fred Wilson, co-founder of Union Square Ventures, a New York City-based venture capital firm with investments in Twitter, Tumblr, Foursquare, Zynga and 10gen, and known by some as the godfather of tech in New York City, outlined the need for New York City to push the envelope of coding and broadband.
Internet of Things
The Internet of Things ("IoT") offers profound opportunities for cities across the globe. Cities in developing markets have an opportunity to leapfrog over ones with older infrastructures and assets. E3Think is at the forefront of understanding how to enable cities in developed and developing markets to reap the potential of IoT.
E3Think is spearheading a number of projects focused and developing and deploying low cost, investment grade urban mobility. One area of focus has been innovative bike share. Another is revenue-generating smart parking.
Massively growing population is demanding growth in basic shelter. E3Think has been developing low cost options using a variety of low cost approaches, beginning with disused cargo containers.