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Integrated Desigo CC management platform controls all systems through a custom 3D interface. In addition, Incorporates 14 additional subsystems including access control, Video surveillance, lighting control, elevators and stairs, central alarm system and an uninterrupted power supply.

Opera de Dubai

Dubai Opera House is one of the most energy efficient spaces in the world, thanks to the implementation of a building management system Siemens. This building, sail-shaped and suitable for 2.000 Spectators, offers the ability to transform into three distinct spaces: from a theater to a concert hall or to a banquet hall or events.

The day-to-day operations of this building are monitored and controlled by Siemens Desigo CC building control technology. A system that enables significant resource savings through integrated energy management, air conditioning, ventilation and water consumption, thanks to a custom 3D graphical interface. In addition, Incorporates 14 additional subsystems, including access control, Video surveillance, lighting control, elevators and stairs, central alarm system and an uninterrupted power supply, giving operators full control over the Dubai Opera House.

Desigo CC achieves even savings from 20% operating costs and when combined with other Siemens technologies such as demand flow, energy savings rise to a 40%.

“The Dubai Opera House is an important architectural icon, and combining digitization with building management is one of the steps that makes Dubai a smart city”, comments Koen Bogers, Executive Vice President of Building Technologies at Siemens Middle East.

The Desigo CC system has also been implemented in Dubai's parks and centres, as well as at the largest theme park in the Middle East, Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Tornado Tower in Qatar, The Atlantis Hotel in Dubai and the Office of the Future of 3D Printing in Dubai.

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By • 18 Jul, 2017
• Section: Alarms, Case studies, Access control, Systems control, Infrastructure, Video surveillance