TraceSafe Inc. said it has expanded its operations in Asia with the launch of its full suite Smart Building solution, SafeTown, that offers unprecedented connectivity and operational insights to large-scale infrastructure projects across the world.
The project will be launched at Malaysia’s luxury mixed-use project, KL Eco City, that is spread across a 10-hectare land area comprising commercial offices, luxury residential towers, lifestyle retail outlets and hotels in the country’s capital Kuala Lumpur.
TraceSafe said the project, to be deployed in partnership with facility management company Dynamo Singapore, will boast unprecedented smart integrations that will connect and optimize its operations, including building automation, connected workforce and energy efficiency.
“We are excited to expand our presence and portfolio of solutions further in Asia with the prestigious KL Eco City project. Smart Building solution is a natural extension of our technology that has a successful legacy of providing safety and peace of mind to thousands of people and privacy driven data to large scale organizations,” TraceSafe CEO Wayne Lloyd said in a statement.
“IoT and sensor technology will be central to all infrastructure in the near future and we are well-equipped to cater to this exciting market. Along with our connected workforce solution, we are developing our energy management and sustainability offerings that will provide end-to-end smart building solutions to projects of all scales,” Lloyd added.
TraceSafe noted that Smart Buildings and Infrastructure solutions present exciting opportunities with projected growth of $80.62 billion in 2022 to $328.62 billion by 2029, at a CAGR of 22.2%, according to research.
“The market has gained significant traction as Smart Buildings offer capabilities to lower operational costs, energy management and security workforce management. Further segmentation of the market reveals that security management solutions are expected to gain maximum share leading to an increased demand in security and surveillance systems with connected workplace solutions,” it added.
Addressing these imminent needs, the first phase of SafeTown deployment will help facility administrators and managers control their security operations through BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) devices, smart sensors and an advanced analytics dashboard, TraceSafe said.
The solution will provide access to all security personnel’s route information, route violations and attendance reports to help optimize scheduling, operations and on-site assignments, it said, adding that the customized solution is designed to automate the security team’s reporting process, right from arrival on-site to commencement of security prowling route, until the end of their shift.
In the next phase of deployment, TraceSafe will provide a new sustainability and energy management solution for greener and more sustainable building operations, with details to be announced in the coming weeks.
TraceSafe provides Internet of Things (IoT) solutions to transform large-scale industrial and enterprise operations in healthcare, hospitality, construction, events, education and government across North America, Asia and Europe with unique wearables, industrial-grade sensors and award-winning analytics platform.
The company’s hardware solutions, powered by advanced low-power bluetooth beacons, work together with its proprietary software to provide mission-critical data enabling safer, efficient and sustainable enterprise environments.