The third annual The Urban Developer Awards, in association with Construction Industry Solutions (COINS), recognises standout property industry performers from across Australasia.
The awards program is a little different this year: delivered digitally, with the previously held black-tie gala dinner replaced with our extended virtual celebration, Winners’ Month.
Today, we celebrate Best New Proptech proudly presented by Christie Spaces.
This award recognises a disruptive technology, platform or software within the property industry.
SallyTM by Network Pacific
V2i Realtime - Web Streaming
Smart Canopy as a Service (SCaaS)
MYBOS Pty Ltd
MYBOS Pty Ltd
Watch the video to listen to a Q&A with the winner.
Underpinned by Cognian’s Syncromesh wireless technology solution, SCaaS is a human-centric service-based data connectivity fabric for smart buildings.
SCaaS integrates and enhances an ever-growing list of smart building features, such as lighting and temperature control, people-finding solutions, space optimisation and cognitive services, and more recently Covid compliance.
This proptech solution is scalable for the commercial environment, and provides a single, unified connectivity platform for all IoT applications, a communication layer fabric which dynamically responds to application requirements, and vice versa.
Syncromesh provides a single and unified wireless connectivity platform for all IoT applications.
Cloud-based subscription system, meaning you can scale your system requirements up and down as you need.
Allows connectivity with BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) and integrates securely with market-leading IT platforms such as Microsoft Azure, Amazon, and Google.
Unique to the property industry, evidenced by expanding partnerships with Microsoft and strategic relationships with leading property players.
“Part of our vision is how to make buildings human-centric. You don't want the building to be this impersonal thing, it really should be how it adapts and reacts to the human-being,” Cognian Technologies CEO and co-founder Mark Blum said.
“When you walk into a building it knows your preferences, calls a lift for you. When you arrive in your your space it's customised for you, right lighting levels, right temperature.”
“[Buildings] should adapt to the human rather than the human having to adapt to the building.”