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PITT STREET OVER-STATION DEVELOPMENT (OSD)
Operational Intelligence is proud to join the world-class project team to deliver a project that sets the
bar for purpose-built rental in Sydney, as integral to Oxford Properties Group (‘Oxford’) and Investa
strategy to create a leading build to rent platform in Australia.
The 39-storey building will feature 234 residential apartments with extensive on-site amenities,
including a wellness floor, rooftop terrace and adjoining communal space, an entire floor dedicated to
work from home spaces, a social lounge and up to 682 square metres of retail. The building is
targeting a 5 Star Green Star rating, with 30% Basix energy targets and 40% water targets.
Operational Intelligence will design and provide the Integration Services Platform (ISP) and Integrated
Communications Network (ICN) to allow for development of the integration database as well as the
structured common network integral to the smart property offering. The OI solution will enable the
transport of data between the multiple building operating technologies into one common network for
seamless and structured communication. A well architected and deployed solution will be essential for
the development’s IP connected system ‘edge devices’ to communicate through a managed
connection, parallel to network security and cyber security. This is also with a view to future proofing
connectivity between technologies, fast network speeds and future boosting.
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What is Building User Experience?
Most organizations struggle to deliver seamless digital experiences across the touchpoints of the customer journey. We are therefore excited to be able to offer the opportunity to our clients to use the collection of reusable blocks of software or engines such as notification, profile management and workflows that are ready for use and can be combined in many ways for integration into a new application.
That means ability to deliver highly relevant, contextualized and seamless digital experiences, rather than complex, extensive and interconnected technology stacks.
This presents a significant competitive advantage to those who can implement a composable user experience curated for the specific personas who engage with cities, precincts, buildings, facilities and services.
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What is a Smart Building and What are the Key Benefits?
According to a recent report published by Allied Market Research, the smart building industry was valued at USD 69.80 billion in 2021 and is predicted to grow to USD 201.16 billion by 2031. As a result of this fast-growing trend, our industry has and continues to see a large variance in the maturity of technology strategies, coupled with a vast marketplace of vendors pitching themselves as the next big disruptor.
Many commercial property developers are still contemplating the advantages of a building with adaptable and automated technology. Regardless, most property owners have commenced their digital journeys with varying results and differing approaches. Before we get into the benefits, we’ll first answer the question…what is a smart building?
Real Estate Innovation Festival
At the Real Estate Innovation Festival 2022 we’ll bring together the game changers of the real estate industry for exclusive insights, business and networking opportunities, and to showcase the most innovative solutions to unprecedented challenges.
Partnering will enable you to demonstrate your company’s thought leadership alongside the industry’s most influential visionaries while making valuable connections and engaging with key decision makers through our leading hybrid event platform.
How an Integration Platform can Drive More Value
Buildings with traditional connected systems like HVAC, lighting, and security, are now integrating other functions on a fast-growing scale.
This increased integration is in response to the rapid rise of intelligent automation technology, which offers to improve the wellbeing of occupants and increase the building’s sustainability. Building owners are now looking for ways to obtain more data to provide a more comfortable and interactive experience for tenants and staff. This drive for data comes as technology continues to open doors to multiple possibilities for improved convenience and comfort.
We are delighted to be selected as technology partners for 33 Alfred Street, AMP’s head office since 1962 and key to the internationally renowned Circular Quay precinct in Australia.