This week Latest Sale reports from the Technology Business Directory and highlights Hong Kong’s smart city blueprints and the common spatial data infrastructure (CSDI) programme led by Dassault Systèmes. Dassault Systèmes aims to design a 3D experience platform for businesses to use. Its objective is to understand the present and the future in addition to enhancing consumer experiences.
The system will be available on three platforms, on-premise, private cloud, and public cloud. It is expected to enable business leaders to create a comprehensive business visual. The platform also offers access to a wide range of effective and useful applications.
Businesses will be able to create online internal and external social communities via the social and collaborative application to connect people from their ecosystem. Businesses can also share 4D models of products and ideas to generate graphs, and analyse them in order to achieve faster and more informed decisions.
The industries benefitting from the program include aerospace and defence, business services, construction, cities and territories, consumer packaged goods and retail, energy and materials, high-tech, home and lifestyle, industrial equipment, life sciences, marine and offshore, and the transportation and mobility sectors.
Hong Kong’s smart cities can use the system to create sustainable urban plans, explore innovative designs to improve residents’ quality of life, in addition to building eco-friendly buildings. Smart cities can combine territorial data with virtual simulations, 4D modelling, as well as advanced analytical, and lifecycle management capabilities.
Hong Kong architects can develop optimised solutions for urban cities based on logistics and environmental adaptation before they build it. Knowing this beforehand should ensure Hong Kong architects address urban challenges involving energy use, congestion and air pollution. This will equally facilitate their design structures with the aim of improving the city’s citizen’s quality of life.