BSD launches integrated app for residents
The Jakarta Post
Indonesian property conglomerate Sinar Mas Land launched a mobile smartcity app for the area of BSD City in South Tangerang, Banten, called the OneSmile App, which aims to optimize living standards in the area.
With the OneSmile app available on both Android and iOS platforms, Sinar Mas is aiming to make BSD City the first integrated smart digital city in Indonesia. It was created to answer the increasing development of digital technology in affecting the daily lives of BSD residents and facilitates such services as paying bills, looking up public transport schedules, checking road conditions and even purchasing groceries, tickets and takeaway food.
The launch of the smartcity app is only the beginning as updates to the app are in development to make it an essential companion for BSD residents, said the app’s developer PT Kresna Graha Investama’s managing director Jahja Suryandy.
“Some of those additions include GPS tracking, CCTV camera viewing and a smart home button. All of these innovations aim to give solutions and convenience to all BSD City residents to assist them in their daily lives,” Jahja said in a statement on Friday.
Sinar Mas Land CTO Irvan Yasni reiterated his pride in the app, saying that a digitally enhanced convenient lifestyle could drive the area’s living standards higher.
OneSmile’s features also include an e-wallet feature, a community platform, loyalty programs and a business performance management solution on top of the ability to pay water and environmental maintenance (IPL) bills. (bbn)
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