Delta has recently showcased a comprehensive suite of building automation technologies at the 2020 AHR Expo booth in Orlando, Fla.
Under the theme “Smarter Buildings, Smarter Cities,” the booth showcased how building and city managers can improve operating efficiency, reduce energy usage and enhance the occupant experience by combining Delta’s solutions, which include building automation from subsidiaries Delta Controls Inc. and LOYTEC; surveillance systems from subsidiary VIVOTEK, as well as productivity-enhancing lighting from subsidiary Amerlux.
Delta Controls’ cutting-edge O3 Sensor Hub 2.0 – an IoT-enabled sensor featuring temperature/humidity sensing, occupancy detection and wireless integration – is a winner of the AHR Expo Innovation Award in the building automation category.
“Intelligent cities rely on effortless communication between devices and systems at every level while next-generation buildings require smart building control, surveillance, lighting and other related solutions”, said Bill Lo, general manager of Delta’s Building Automation Business Group.
He added, “In recent years, Delta has successfully acquired state-of-the-art companies to strengthen its smart building automation capabilities. Our wide breadth of solutions and expertise shows what is truly possible for smart infrastructure. The seamless connectivity and integration between our technologies will change the way contractors, facility managers and municipalities view IoT.”
Visitors understood and followed a road to learn how various solutions fit into the company’s smart buildings and smart cities vision. Among the booth demonstrations was a smart, streetlight-supported EV charging station that showcases how Delta brings intelligence to commercial and public spaces.
Amerlux’s LED lighting integrates with VIVOTEK security cameras and a Delta AC mini level 2 EV charger. Supported by Delta’s advanced building control software, the system adjusts lighting based on user movement and the time of day. Charger access can be monitored by the system through the VIVOTEK camera, which scans license plates or other identification to activate the charger for authorized vehicles.
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