Knowing which technologies to adopt, and when, requires a lot of research. Luckily for our clients we are continually exploring and evaluating new technologies, all for their benefit.
Smart Building ICT and ELV services infrastructure is evolving rapidly. Let us help take the pressure off you by balancing performance benefits of new technology against cost, security and reliability concerns.
Working on your behalf.
On behalf of our clients we carry out research on new technologies and suppliers who service and support these in New Zealand. One of the most common areas we work in is WiFi technology. As WiFi continues to develop it is impacting traditional services and applications once the sole domain of wired networks. We will review the suitability and potential benefits of new technologies versus risks of implementing them and their potential suitability for your specific organisation and needs.
In depth analysis.
Our technology and market analysis typically covers:
- The likely future of new technologies in the enterprise space
- Estimates on the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
- Understand the skill sets required to manage and maintain these new technologies
- Look at the compatibility and interoperability with existing deployments
- Address typical objections posed for new implementations
- Recommend or reject the consideration of implementing the new technologies for projects
Smart buildings respond to the needs of occupants and society, promoting the well-being of those living and working in them and providing value through increasing staff productivity and reducing operational costs.
Phil Earl, Technical Director Torque IP
Christchurch Arts Centre – Large Campus Heritage Buildings
The project includes work on 23 buildings of which 21 are listed with the NZ Historic Places Trust – Pouhere Taonga.
The projects required services engineering inclusive of design of the structured cabling system, CCTV, Nurse Call System and the Security System.