Digital Transformation of Universal Design Compliance

ComplyPOD joins other automated software and SAAS solutions to digitally transform the compliance and building regulation sector

Construction Tech

Property Tech (PropTech)

Universal Design Tech (UDT)

Compliance Tech

Regulation Tech (RegTech)

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Digital Transformation for Smart Governance

ComplyPOD can be used to digitize traditional methods of government regulation, monitoring and approvals

Compliance and Regulation Automation

Software as a Service (SAAS) for government

Construction design and planning software

Automated project management software

Digitization of design guidance and codes

Digitization of permits and licence approval process

The Problems with the traditional method of building access audit

Audits are far too expensive at scale

Assessing an entire city or area is necessary for holistic change. However, it prohibitively expensive for governments or their consultants to audit at such a scale

Lack of trained and qualified accessibility professionals

Auditors have traditionally been qualified engineers. This prohibits the involvement of non-professional users from inputting into the audit process

No widescale data capture or learning

Lessons learnt at one area or from one department are not shared with others when data is not stored in central location and disseminated friendly and online.

Regulations are complex and exclusive

Regulations are aimed at engineers or architects and contain complex jargon that excludes non-technical readers

Traditional paper checklists are difficult to use

Large parts of extensive paper checklists will not be relevant to most buildings. Checklists are difficult to complete and no digital tools used.

Audits take time and become obsolete quickly

An audit may not log real time issues due to length of time to produce and become out-of-date during production

The traditional method vs the digital method

The traditional analogue building audit process

– Measuring tape, written check-lists and camera are traditionally common for collecting data
– A written report, spreadsheet or action plan used to present data
– Limited use of accurate digital instruments or computer calculations to determine if an issue is compliant with latest government regulations.
– No means for digitally capturing data in a consistent format or at any usable scale.

The traditional analogue building audit process

– Audits can be carried out by anybody using a smart phone or computer.
– Information is captured and stored digitally.
– Results can be shared with wider audience.
– Efficiency of data collection is quicker and easier.
– Data capture is in universal format across all users.