TK Elevator, a global innovator in the elevator industry, incorporated its application programming interface (API) into Desk Intelligence to bring its Loupe Art digital streaming service to Realm Condominium elevator lobbies in December 2018. buck head, AtlantaThe installation expands TK Elevator’s infotainment offering, which is specifically designed to enhance the tenant experience through an immersive elevator experience.
Loupe, an Atlanta-based visual content streaming platform, is transforming the way people view and acquire art. Loupe Art Stream uses the company’s proprietary classification system for its rapidly growing art catalog to complement the property’s unique brand identity and design aesthetic. The catalog includes fine art paintings, photography, mixed media, motion, digital and NFT art combined with human curation by the Loupe programming team.
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“We are excited to see this technology in action on Realm,” he said. Jeremy Rainwater, CEO of TK Elevator Americas. “Our connected elevators provide our customers with the data to efficiently operate their buildings. APIs are the gateway to innovation, and we’re working with innovative companies like Desk Intelligence and Loupe to create digital solutions that reimagine the future of buildings.”
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These open interfaces are available for units connected to TK Elevator’s cloud-based IoT solution, MAX.Across North America, these APIs are used in a variety of ways. These include integrating elevator and escalator data into existing building management systems to monitor machine conditions in real time. The TK Elevator API also allows tenants to summon and operate elevators via smartphones and wearable devices. This technology is known as AGILE Mobile.
Improving the resident experience
“We welcome the opportunity to modernize and transform our common common areas by featuring acclaimed artists,” it said. Andy Hunter, Chief Revenue Officer of Loupe. “Our Loupe for Business app combines the power of art and technology, giving our partners easy access to enhance and improve their home environment.”
Jessica AlexanderThe president of the Realm Condominium Association added: Lupe’s themed art collections will keep residents engaged. [while] Real-time elevator information keeps residents informed of potential delays, and Desk Intelligence provides a central platform to manage their experience. These innovations allow the Board to achieve its goal of providing a unique resident experience. ”
Completed in 2006, the Realm Condominium is a 30-story, 373-foot luxury building. The building has a 24-hour front desk, a private pool, and an amenity deck. Also featuring skyline views, his two resident lounges with fire pits and catering kitchens, and lush landscaping with tranquil gardens and fountains. There’s also his two-story fitness center with streaming audio and Apple AirPlay. And the Desk Intelligence resident mobile app connects everything.