Smart technology for Ocean Reef Marina

DevelopmentWA’s Kylie Harrison, Joondalup MLA Emily Hamilton, City of Joondalup’s Jude Thomas and Public Transport Authority’s Simon Cox.
DevelopmentWA’s Kylie Harrison, Joondalup MLA Emily Hamilton, City of Joondalup’s Jude Thomas and Public Transport Authority’s Simon Cox.

A WORKSHOP was recently held to explore ways to integrate smart technology into the Ocean Reef Marina development to enhance the user experience.

The Smart Cities’ vision is to embrace new technology to revolutionise how new developments are planned and function, making them more productive, accessible and liveable with a clear focus on serving the people who attend them.

It also explores new ways of managing resources sustainably to alleviate problems like congestion, crime and pollution.

The workshop, hosted by DevelopmentWA, explored different personas from a cross section of society to understand their needs and wants when living, working and visiting the marina.

“Our goal is for the Ocean Reef Marina to become a world-class destination for people of all ages and all walks of life,” Lands Minister Ben Wyatt said.

“We want to ensure that we create a place that delights and excites.

“To achieve this we need to walk in the shoes of the various personas who will live work and play at the marina.

“Thanks to the workshop we are closer to achieving this.”

The ideas offered during the workshop will now inform the master planning phase.

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