Delta, a global provider of power and thermal management solutions, on Monday, Jan. 14th 2019, at the 2019 AHR Expo, revealed its IoT portfolio of energy-saving solutions to reduce operating cost and enhance tenant comfort in buildings.
The company displayed its smart building solutions, namely, the UNO® Indoor Environmental Quality Solution –an innovative air quality sensing platform that offers seamless and strategic control options to optimally balance indoor air quality (CO2, TVOC, PM2.5, etc.), energy efficiency and tenant comfort; its subsidiary Delta Controls’ O3 Sensor Hub –an all-in-one sensor package solution that provides building automation systems with relevant sensor data to make economical and occupant-friendly decisions; and its another subsidiary LOYTEC’s new LIOB-AIR20 Area Controller –capable of enabling VAV (variable air volume), lighting, sunblind and room control, significantly reducing the system installation and integration costs.
According to M.S. Huang, president of Delta Americas, commercial building expectations are getting more and more sophisticated. Tenants’ requirements are smart environments that can self-adapt to their preferences or be controlled from smart devices, just as what a smart home experience demands. Thus, to have what it takes, i.e. the right building IoT infrastructure is critical to provide for tenants’ changing expectations. With the company’s industry-leading portfolio of integrated building control and automation expertise, any facility which eyes for a smart environment can become IoT-enabled.