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Delta’s “Smart Well Being” Theme at COMPUTEX 2020

Presents IoT-Based Solutions for Healthy Green Buildings

Delta announces presence at #COMPUTEXOnlineTalks, an online event held between June 2-4, which is the original period of the COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2020 exhibition (postponed to September due to the COVID-19 pandemic). Delta’s chief brand officer, Shan-Shan Guo, presented Delta’s focus at this year’s COMPUTEX, along with Roland Chiang, senior director of Delta’s Building Automation Business Group, and Richard Chang, senior director of the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), Asia. At the event through a video featuring actual applications in the company’s headquarters, Delta unveiled its cutting-edge smart IoT Building Solutions, Energy Infrastructure Solutions for micro-grid applications, as well as its groundbreaking 8K projector, all under the theme of “SMART WELL BEING,” to demonstrate how they will be applied to build a healthy, comfortable, and energy-efficient enterprise building.

Shan-Shan Guo, Delta’s chief brand officer, said, “Delta has been devoted to enabling energy savings and lower carbon emissions in buildings. With the development of our IoT-based smart green solutions, we believe that sustainable buildings should also serve the well-being of their occupants. Last winter, we decided our COMPUTEX Taipei 2020 theme to be “SMART WELL BEING” as we envision green buildings that leverage our solutions to enhance their health and comfort features. At a moment when mankind is facing the COVID-19 pandemic, this concept become even more relevant. SMART means that Delta’s leading building automation, energy management, and 8K projection solution can be applied to the scene of corporate buildings. WELL refers to the global leading WELL Building Standard, which focuses on the healthy qualities of buildings. The WELL standard is administered by IWBI, for which Delta became an IWBI keystone member last year. With the integration of SMART and WELL, the energy efficiency and comfort of buildings can be enhanced so as to enable users to stay healthy and increase their well-being.”

Invited by Delta, Richard Chang, senior director of the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) Asia, stated, “People spend 90% of their time indoors, so health and comfort conditions are of great significance. As an IWBI Keystone member, Delta is in line with the trend of healthy buildings and many Delta professionals have also obtained or are acquiring the WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP) qualifications. Their new Taipei building, currently under construction, will also apply for WELL certification. This shows Delta’s emphasis on human health while highlighting its human-centric values, which is consistent with IWBI’s philosophy. I am very happy to work with partners like Delta to promote healthy buildings.”

Roland Chiang, senior director of Delta’s Building Automation Business Group, said, “Green building design coupled with interactive smart control of building automation will provide a healthy and comfortable environment to fulfill users’ needs. With its core technology in building energy efficiency and energy management, Delta integrates sub-systems and building equipment under an open-platform IoT structure. This allows us to develop a flexible building automation solution that can support cross-region and cross-database management, and ultimately fulfill the needs of various industries. Recently, Delta has included the health concepts of the WELL Building Standard into its building solutions with seamless integration between systems such as indoor environment management, temperature and humidity control, fresh air ventilation and lighting, to create healthy and smart human-centric green buildings.”

Delta’s IoT-based smart building solutions integrate HVAC, lighting, infrastructure, energy management, security access control, and other subsystems into a single management platform, with automatic adjustments made based on user behavior through smart detection. For example, a smart lighting control system that complies with the WELL lighting specifications can change color temperatures and light lux level according to the environment so that it can easily support the circadian rhythms of users. For indoor air quality, which has received much attention recently, Delta’s UNO indoor air quality solution also enables real-time monitoring of indoor environmental information, such as temperature, humidity, CO2, and PM2.5 through the visualized management platform and a mobile app, which can also control fresh air devices and be connected directly with the building automation systems.

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