Eliminate hot and cold spots with proactive regulation of indoor air temperature
Pre-empt thermal comfort concerns and remotely manage at a micro-zone level through any device, eliminating the need to house data servers and a dedicated response terminal in the building
Potentially save up to 30% on cooling energy and 18% on carbon emissions
Existing buildings get up to 30 points in categories such as air-conditioning, operating efficiency, occupant comfort, energy monitoring, integration and analytics
Cloud-based AI enhances autonomous control capabilities by continuously commissioning and learning from the building’s energy usage patterns
Quickly retrofit devices to existing equipment and save up to 25% on man-hours compared to a Variable Air Volume (VAV) system replacement
Self-learning building intelligence system that optimises and regulates air-conditioning in buildings
Smart damper system divides large open plan office into micro-zones with individual air-flow control on each air-conditioning diffuser
Uses AI and IoT to reduce energy consumption, taking into consideration factors like occupancy and weather conditions to optimise air flow to evenly cool area
Helps save energy, improve operational efficiency and occupant comfort, and can be cost effectively deployed in a minimally invasive and scalable manner
Before implementation: Hot and cold spots in office space
After implementation: Office space is evenly cooled
SP has partnered 75F, a building intelligence solutions provider, to customise and implement this solution for Singapore’s tropical environment.
Having the right temperature can improve employee productivity by up to 10%. It also keeps everyone healthier, while reducing ACMV costs and carbon emissions.
Our solution monitors and controls all factors that impact thermal comfort, including heat loads, set point of temperature, air flow and humidity, which are often beyond the capabilities of legacy control systems.
The Outside Air Optimisation (OAO) is an application that combines hardware, software and real-time weather data providing advanced sequences of operation from rooftop economisers to built-up air handlers in a wide range of commercial buildings. Facility managers who want to maximise efficiency, occupant comfort and indoor air quality (IAQ) should install OAO on all outside air applications. Customers can also add OAO to maintain pressure inside a building.
Dynamic Airflow Balancing (DAB) is a proactive zone control system that monitors and controls conditions in individual spaces remotely for optimised comfort and efficiency. Predictive machine learning algorithms optimise temperature capacity by redirecting conditioned air to the spaces that need it most, a strategy which is proven to lower utility costs.
An end-to-end solution for your chilled water system to maintain comfort while using less chilled water and saving more energy. The system understands, analyses and optimises the overall performance of your ACMV system, delivering you significant energy savings.
Poorly ventilated enclosed spaces carry greater risk of infection from airborne viruses like COVID-19
Via the Facilisight® dashboard
Compliant with the latest guidelines from the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers [ASHRAE]
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The GET Control solution comes with Facilisight®, a suite of web and mobile apps. This gives building operators actionable insights, and real-time monitoring and control of indoor air quality, comfort, acoustics, light and thermal levels.
The GET™ Control solution was implemented at one of our SIT offices. Typical large office settings tend to have uneven indoor temperature distribution. With GET Control, the temperature within the zones in the office was well-balanced, improving the thermal comfort of the occupants. In addition, average energy savings of 30% for air-conditioning was achieved. As such, deploying SP Digital’s solution helped us to achieve better productivity and energy savings.
Singapore Institute of Technology
The Indoor Environment module further complements GET Control to help building operators monitor the indoor environment quality in a building through sensors and interaction with the occupants. The aim is to drive towards an optimal working environment that positively impacts the health and productivity of occupants and improves the efficiency of a building’s ventilation. Contact Us to find out more.