1 November 2021, Bangkok – MQDC has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Hitachi, through its Thai subsidiary, to create and implement the MQDC Placemaking 5.0 Digital Masterplan to turn malls and offices into integrated digital destinations that bring communities together.
Hitachi and MQDC will bring leading retail and office innovation to MQDC’s portfolio, starting in 2022 at True Digital Park (TDPK) at Punnawithi CyberTech District.
Hitachi’s technology solutions for MQDC Placemaking 5.0 include state-of-the-art infrastructure and customer experience (CX) digital solutions with highlights including:
“MQDC Placemaking 5.0 builds communities, providing online and offline destinations for consumers and workers to spend time,” said Mr. Kipsan Beck, President of Placemaking, MQDC.
“This partnership using Hitachi digital infrastructure will enable MQDC to first transform True Digital Park, enhancing the CX, support tenants and improve services and the revenue platform. We plan to then roll out cutting-edge technology solutions throughout our real estate portfolio including leading properties such as The Forestias – our flagship THB 125 billion (USD 4.1bn) mixed-use development completing in 2023.”
Van Tang, Director, Head of Business Development, and International Partnerships – Smart Digital Solution Business Development (SDBD), for Hitachi Asia (Thailand) Co., Ltd, said: “Our partnership will help drive Thailand’s competitiveness, including deploying future-proof retail digital solutions across mega-scale Smart City transit-oriented developments in the Eastern Economic Corridor.”
MQDC was founded on the principle of “For All Well-Being”, and with the highly inclusive MQDC 5.0 Placemaking framework, both partners hope to harness the power of co-creation to drive digital innovation and create long-term sustainability in development, powering good for future generations.
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