The technology from Cityzenith will be used in the development and maintenance as well as day-to-day usage by residents of Lamina Tower, being built at the Jeddah Corniche resort on the Red Sea.
Cityzenith is creating a digital twin for the luxury residential condominium tower in Saudi Arabia.
The Lamina Tower is under construction at the Jeddah Corniche resort on the Red Sea.
Cityzenith is responsible for delivering three pieces of technology under the agreement, for use in its development and maintenance as well as day-to-day usage by residents.
With premium 10,000 square feet units revealing unobstructed views of the Red Sea from all rooms, Lamina Tour by developer Hajaj & Associates, is billed to be one of the most luxurious residential properties in the country.
“Together with our partner Cityzenith we are implementing AI-driven digital twin technology customised to help us provide a unique, technology-enabled experience for residents, emphasising convenience, safety, and discretion.”
A 3D digital twin of the property and the surrounding area using Cityzenith’s SmartWorldOS digital twin desktop application will be installed securely on the premises, primarily intended for use by building operations professionals, architects, engineers, and contractors.
A web-based application version of SmartWorld will be embedded in the Hajaj website for sales and marketing purposes, empowering prospective buyers to tour the property virtually, from outside the building to inside individual units.
Once the development is complete, a mobile application will connect residents to important services via the palm of their hands.
“This is a breakthrough contract for a landmark building and location that highlights the fact that sophisticated real estate owners are getting smarter about digital twins”
“This is a breakthrough contract for a landmark building and location that highlights the fact that sophisticated real estate owners are getting smarter about digital twins, not just in the US and Europe, but in the Middle East, Asia, and around the whole world,” said Cityzenith CEO, Michael Jansen.
“Residents will have access to a mobile version of SmartWorldOS, delivering a fully integrated and connected experience allowing them to find parking, book appointments such as the spa or beauty salon, check out local restaurants, inspect security camera footage in real time inside and outside the building, customise temperature preferences at home, switch lights on/off, lock/unlock doors and so much more to complement life at Lamina,” added Jansen.
According to the agreement, Lamina Tower will be the first of several digital twin projects awarded by Hajaj to Cityzenith over the next 24 months and totalling up to $1m.
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