Building Automation System Adoption in Indonesia | Solidiance | Rudy Setiawan

Rudy Setiawan
talks about the adoption of Building Automation System (BAS) in Indonesia and the available opportunities in the market.

Currently, the Indonesian corporations are still lagging behind the Multinational players in terms of the adoption of BAS, mainly due to underdeveloped interconnectivities between different stakeholders, platforms, and technologies that the BAS entails – i.e. automation, HVAC, and electrical system. Jakarta in particular, is projected to experience growth in this sector; shrinking available space for new building and the increasing competition between developers will drive modernization and the BAS adoption. In the coming future, retrofitting and new construction projects are more likely to apply the BAS to leverage the sophisticated brand image as well as achieve a more streamlined building management and maintenance.

Rudy Setiawan heads up the Indonesia operation at Solidiance and has held strategic roles in several Global Fortune 500 companies for more than 20 years, with sectoral expertise including ICT, industrial technologies and energy. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alabama and a Master in Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School.


More about Solidiance :
Solidiance is a dedicated growth strategy and B2B marketing consultancy firm focused on Asia. The company works exclusively with Fortune 500s to perform market opportunity analysis in order to support their Asia market growth expansion strategies and provide them with the required insights and the necessary roadmap to capture profitable market share in the region. Solidiance’s industry focus lays on their extensive experience in green technology, industrial applications, construction, clean tech and healthcare.

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