Please note that the CUSUP Webinar Series will be held virtually via Zoom on 4 May 2022 (Wednesday), 13:00.
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As each building or housing estate is a miniature of a Smart City, housing management industry plays an important role in Smart City construction.
Property management supports the society in the implementation of Smart City plan, policies and technologies via a fusion of modern innovations, human development and norms to enhance a joyful city life with Smart City technologies, especially utilizing I.T. to customize services for local residents to live a life in harmony, humanization and communion, help reduce waste, recycle and save energy in our daily life.
BIM system and IoT devices applied in the housing management industry make the most contributions to Smart City development. Brief introduction of these technologies will be shown in the presentation. There are also challenges we are facing which would leave opportunities for further research and development.
About the Speaker
Mr. Lee has obtained a BSc (Hons) degree in Facility Management and a Master’s Degree in Arts. He has become a Chartered Surveyor (General Practice) since 1994.
He reached the pinnacle of his personal career 25 years ago when he was appointed Managing Director of Sunbase International Properties Management Ltd. (with 5 subsidiaries and a workforce of about 2000).
He is the current Chairman of the Housing Managers Registration Board which is a statutory body formed under Hong Kong Ordinance Chapter 550. He was also the Past President of The Hong Kong Association of Property Management Companies (HKAPMC), The Hong Kong Institute of Housing (HKIH) and the Past Chairman of Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Hong Kong Board.
Mr. Lee knows well about the developing regime of Housing Management that helps to enhance the construction of a smart city.
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