Schindler Group, a global provider of elevators, escalators, and related services, has launched its latest building transit management solution, Schindler Port 4D, that optimises travel time in buildings while also making them more user-friendly, flexible and sustainable.
Schindler Port 4D is a new version of Schindler’s leading transit management solution, optimising travel times via a proprietary smartphone app connected to the Schindler elevator systems, says the company.
By the same token, Schindler Port 4D reduces the energy consumption of an elevator group by up to 40 per cent, it stated.
To accelerate further co-creation of new user experience with the group’s customers, Schindler has expanded its CoLab Interface to allow architects and planners to integrate hardware and software interfaces for extended functionality, such as face recognition, robotics, and digital entertainment.
“Buildings are built for people,” says Dr Florian Troesch, who heads Schindler’s transit management solutions. “With Schindler Port 4D we make buildings even more appealing, eco-friendly and easy to access. It’s the first holistic building traffic management system that enables seamless and secure transportation.”
Founded in Switzerland in 1874, the Schindler Group is a major player in mobility solutions sector that moves more than 1.5 billion people every day all over the world.