Advanced technology company Honeywell announced a collaboration with Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) to implement Singapore’s first large-scale, cloud-based building management system (BMS) to help drive decarbonization efforts, reduce energy consumption, and streamline workflows.
The new system will equip RWS, a 49-hectare resort that features world-class attractions and luxury hotels, with smarter control of its building systems using dynamic energy optimisation, fault-detection diagnostics, and predictive maintenance.
The smart dynamic energy solutions will autonomously adjust settings in real-time to achieve up to 4GWh of energy savings annually for RWS, equivalent to the consumption of over 880 four-room high-density building flats while still maintaining comfortable temperatures for guests in Singapore’s tropical climate.
These technologies are designed to reduce utility and operational costs, detect, and minimize energy waste, and improve occupant comfort and well-being, while also streamlining RWS’s compliance with Singapore’s rigorous environmental regulations.
Honeywell and RWS will also jointly develop the property’s centralised command centre into an open-architecture showcase to encourage industrywide adoption of these system-agnostic solutions.
“We commend RWS not only for adopting the latest building management technology but also for stepping forward to commission an open showcase that demonstrates the advantages of collaborative learning – a significant milestone in that it freely shares our insights and best practices to help advance the adoption of smart technology and connectivity across the industry,” said Yadav Sharad, vice president and general manager, Honeywell Building Technologies ASEAN.