Delta showcases smart building solutions at Japan Build 2018
Delta showcased the smart building solutions based on the all IP-IoT structure for building management and control platform by its subsidiary LOYTEC at the “Japan Build 2018-3rd Smart Building EXPO.” Smart lighting control, smart surveillance, energy management, indoor environmental quality service, and EV charger systems are all integrated with IoT technology to improve building operation efficiency, create quality building space, and promote the development of the building automation market in Japan.
The seminar "The Open BA System for IoT Integration" was held onsite by LOYTEC CEO Hans-Jörg Schweinzer, who shared personally new generation open building automation solutions and innovative applications in response to IoT trends. The seminar was packed with Japan’s smart building equipment manufacturers who are actively looking for IoT solutions and professionals from fields such as property managements. It was stressed in the seminar that the multiplex integration platform has become a trend of modern buildings. Subjects such as using IoT technology and the platform to quickly achieve the seamless integration and efficient operation of building facilities in the open building automation system and applications of situation, key technologies and features have been discussed among participants enthusiastically.
The demo of the successful case in Delta Ako Energy Park was also very eye-catching at the venue. Delta, which has put a lot of efforts in promoting building environmental protection and energy conservation, has successfully achieved up to 33.8% energy conservation in its Ako Energy Park by using LOYTEC building automation solutions and obtained LEED CI Gold Certification with full marks on energy category. It has become the most persuasive example in the Japanese market, which acquires a lot of inquiries.
LOYTEC's building management platform integrates various sub-systems such as lighting, air conditioning and security, and further provides applications that meet different environmental requirements with digital control and big data analysis. Such as the DALI protocol, compliant HBD series LED high-bay lights in combination with wireless light control for warehouses, or the interlocked LOYTEC Automation Servers, area controllers, and VIVOTEK 3D People Counting cameras for environmental control and data analysis of customer purchases at retail stores.
(Left to right) Sales Manager of Delta Electronics (Japan) Tsung-Hui Lin, Senior Director of Building Automation Solutions Department Roland Chiang, CEO of LOYTE Hans-Jörg Schweinzer, and Sales Department Manager of Delta Electronics (Japan) Hiroshi Kamada introduced Delta's smart building solutions at Japan Build 2018–3rd Smart Building EXPO.