Dubai Parks and Resorts picks Siemens BMS platform
The Siemens Desigo CC BMS will monitor and control the technical infrastructure of Motiongate Dubai, Legoland Dubai and Legoland Water Park, and Lapita Hotel
German company Siemens will supply the building management system (BMS) that is to be used for Dubai Parks and Resorts (DPR).
The Siemens Desigo CC BMS will be installed to monitor and control the technical infrastructure of Motiongate Dubai, Legoland Dubai and Legoland Water Park, and Lapita Hotel.
In a statement, Siemens said Desigo CC will optimise the facility's HVAC, lighting, fire alarms, water metering, automation, and energy management functions.
A 3D interface has been customised to display the real time status of these systems, with single-site monitoring and control offered to operators.
Remarking on the contract win, Koen Bogers, senior executive vice president at Siemens Middle East's building technologies division said technology is rapidly gaining traction with the region's developers.
He added: "Technology for intelligent and digitalised buildings is becoming increasingly important in all regional construction, as owners look to streamline operating costs, increase security, lower environmental impact, and protect their investments."
Versions of Desigo CC have previously been installed in the UAE's Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and Office of the Future, and Qatar's Tornado Tower.