A 2D floor plan is used to create a 3D BIM model of the property. This is then integrated into its environmental context (georeferenced). Merging geographical data with building data produces extensive,
objective quality criteria for aspects such as views, exposure to sunlight, brightness or noise.
In addition, the functionality of the layout is analysed, also based on a large number of different assessment criteria. A high degree of precision is achieved by calculating the value for each quality criterion with pinpoint accuracy. In this process, the quality values are aggregated at various levels and summarised for assessment purposes e.g. per room, per apartment or per floor.