Delta Controls merits Frost & Sullivan Company of the Year Award
Based on its recent analysis of the global building automation systems (BAS) market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Delta Controls, Inc. with the 2020 Global Company of the Year Award. Its development and convergence of technologies, strategic partnerships, best-in-class technical support.
"The O3 Sensor Hub 2.0, Delta Controls’ IoT-enabled solution, utilizes sensor fusion technology with standard built-in building automation protocols. It reports interior temperature, occupancy, humidity, lighting, heating" said Neha Tatikota, industry analyst. "Individual O3 Sensor Hubs and edge controllers can be connected via the cloud to Delta Controls’ enteliWEB facility and energy management software to track and control building conditions and energy usage."
The company has taken system integration to the next level.The O3 Sensor Hub open platform supports multiple protocols to integrate with almost of system, including native BACnet, MQTT and REST API for third-party integration, and BLE API for custom app development. Adopting the Earthright ethos, the company practices and helps clients achieve sustainability through energy-efficient buildings.
"Delta Controls has ambitions to diversify its growth beyond its core markets. It has extended its reach to India through OEM partnerships and has established a footprint in the competitive market," noted Tatikota. "It also offers a cost-effective software-as-a-service option for commercial office space, retail, education, and healthcare customers that want a connected digital experience and bundled smart solutions. These solid expansion strategies, backed by visionary technology development and product leadership, have positioned Delta Controls as a serious contender in the global BAS market."
The O3 Sensor Hub 2.0 utilizes sensor fusion technology with standard built-in building automation protocols.