ExcelRedstone is implementing an integration project using Maxxess eFusion technology at a high-rise residential and hospitality development in the City of London. Currently under construction, the £300m 43-storey One Bishopsgate Plaza development will see security and building management technology operating together in a setting that includes both new-build and listed conservation area structures.
As well as having 160 new private apartments, when completed the development will include a 237-bed five-star Pan Pacific Hotel, a public plaza and a Pacific Ballroom.
“The customer wanted a seamless, single interface that allows front of house guest services to be linked to back of house functions and give the highest operator efficiency and enhanced customer experience,” says Matt Salter, Director, ExcelRedstone.
With its modular, building block approach, Maxxess eFusion provides an umbrella management system for guest check-in, reservation and visitor management, access control, surveillance and building systems. In use, eFusion eliminates gaps in security by removing the need for operators to continually switch between systems.