As Singapore embarks on its Smart Nation journey, REDAS-RICS Smart Buildings Conference 2019 will cover some of the government’s strategies and progress as it works towards becoming a smarter nation.
Building transformation for the future
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Looking ahead to 2030, building functions should aim to become completely autonomous and self-learning, better known as smart buildings. This starts from the basic design and conceptualisation stage through to construction, energy, life cycle and people flow stages.
While new buildings can be designed and constructed to implement smart technologies from the ground up, existing buildings can be transformed to incorporate and converted into smart buildings.
As Singapore embarks on the Smart Nation journey, REDAS-RICS Smart Buildings Conference 2019 will deep-dive into the government’s strategies and activities on how to transform existing buildings to be 'smart', such as retrofitting existing industrial, commercial and residential buildings as well as incorporating smart FM solutions.
Benjamin Towell, Senior Manager - Green Mark Department (New Development), Building & Construction Authority
The Campus Journey in Transformation from Conventional to Smart
Senior Representative, Singapore Management University
JTC Integrated Smart Estate
Capitalising Innovation in Capital Tower
Enhancing Singapore’s Living Environment
Ansley Yeo, IOT Technology Solutions Professional, Microsoft
Jimmy Lee Yeong Wee, Head of Advisory, Smart City Solutions, Surbana Jurong
Close of the Conference
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REDAS-RICS Smart Buildings Conference 2018 gave an overview of the design and initiatives on driving smart buildings in Singapore from BCA, HDB, and Lendlease. Public/private developers discussed case studies on best approaches to challenges and risks in smart and sustainable buildings development. Key industry practitioners also shared types, benefits and risks associated with data collection in smart building.