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Solidiance helps their clients build smart cities across Asia. Solidiance has extensive Asia Pacific strategy experience in the specific following sectors: steel buildings, concrete and plaster applications, roofing systems, windows, insulation, waterproofing, flooring, lighting, walling, paints, surfacing, HVAC, drilling & cutting tools, earth moving and demolition equipment, IT infrastructure, waste, energy, transportation management, sustainable infrastructure, urban redevelopment, green city planning, and urban sustainability. Safety and efficiency of public services is another step to achieve smart city status. These urban hubs of the future are developing across Asia driven by construction industry, technology innovations used for networking of power, water, waste management, and transportation.

Asia’s smart cities of the future will be sustainable and efficient hubs, constructed and maintained using advanced, integrated materials, sensors, electronics, and integrated networks. Information communication technology (ICT) is already used to simplify and improve everyday life by optimizing energy, transport, water, waste, social and other services usage. These solutions range from waste management system to smart maps and transportation in Asian urban hubs. Solidiance helps clients to gain insights, expand to new market segments and identify key potential partners.

Growing Population And Urbanization Require New Construction Solutions

Solidiance speaks the same construction and environment language and is able to quickly zoom on your key issues. Solidiance’s team also covers water and waste management, recycling industries, global warming and environmental issues. Solidiance delivers insights and and helps businesses expand their sales, revenues and efficiency in the specific following sectors: sustainable infrastructure, urban redevelopment, green city planning, eco-cities, and urban sustainability. Solidiance helps clients gain clarity on competitor’s solutions and activities by analyzing marketplace.

Asian markets for various construction materials

One of the issues in Asian markets is fight against cheap products. Advanced building materials fight an uphill battle against cheap local products and lack of understanding on buyer and regulator side. Solidiance understands construction materials and applications and helps clients to achieve their strategic targets, be it successful market entry, market share or profit growth. Our expertise has sped up market assessment and helped to quickly zoom in on underlying dynamics and issues.

Utilities solutions in Asia’s construction industry

There numerous opportunities for utilities provider in emerging economies, but also various challenges including government regulations, monopoly, uncertainty, safety and the question of power power grids and distribution. The infrastructure necessary to support utilities such as gas, water, electricity and sewage may be provided by a different stakeholders and third party providers. Solidiance offers strategic planning, competitive benchmarking, and market entry services to water, electricity, renewable energy, gas, and other utilities clients worldwide.

Transformative solutions in waste management systems

Waste management can be a big issue for large urban centers. Recycling and waste management is an important step in transforming cities to smart urban hubs. Solidiance helps companies and governments to gain insights of possible growth scenarios, competitors, and and internal capabilities to help them find strategic solutions for further growth and transformation.

HVAC market in Asia’s construction industry

HVAC systems are a large segment in construction industry in Asia ssssand one of the largest energy-consuming segments of a building. Asia represents a great market for HVAC manufacturers and distributors. Solidiance helps clients to determine clear go/no-go directions, understand upcoming trends and local demand and how will this impact sales and pricing across key markets.

Renewable energy in construction of sustainable cities

Alternative renewable energy source enable development of sustainable cities and buildings across Asia. Solidiance’s staff has extensive Asia strategy experience in the specific following sectors: renewable power, clean energy, solar power, and wind power.

Mobility development in Asian cities

Numerous Asian cities have issues with their infrastructure and public transportation solutions. Enormous traffic jams in some Asian cities such as Jakarta make everyday life and doing business difficult. Solidiance has significant strategy experience in the specific following sectors: electric vehicles, green cars, sustainable transportation, energy efficient vehicles, hybrid and plug-in vehicles, fuel-efficient automobiles, green auto components, battery-powered electric vehicles, wood gasification plans, and biodiesel conversions.

Upgrading Asia’s way of living with building automation

Smart buildings are changing the way we live and work. From old-fashioned electric escalators to the use of sensor to automate everyday functions in buildings. Understanding purchasing decision making across different business segments is key to compete in Asia. Solidiance's local teams provide in depth understanding of on the ground issues, teaming with our clients to develop successful market penetration and growth strategies.

Communication and networking in urban environment

One of the main prerequisites for smart cities are communication infrastructure and networks. Mobile, landline and internet connectivity enables growth and development of urban Asian hubs. Solidiance provides benchmarking and strategic counseling services to largest telecom companies, hardware and software providers.

Digitization is revolutionizing construction sites in Asia

Just one example of this process is Building Information Modeling (BIM) which is helping cut costs and time for construction project across various types of projects. Digitization and automation are changing construction industry and soon all companies will have to adapt to these new ways of doing business if they want to remain competitive. Although, the construction industry was one of the the slowest industries to adopt new technologies and innovations, this is about to change as the industry discovers numerous opportunities.

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