Delta Controls was singled-out for its development and convergence of technologies, strategic partnerships, best-in-class technical support, as well as internationalization and growth diversification strategies set it apart in a highly competitive market.
“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, and serves as a connectivity platform for sensing air quality, ventilation, window contact, and shade position to an edge system controller,” said Neha Takikota, 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 solution’s machine-learning algorithms use real-time conditions of monitored spaces to model occupancy profiles at certain times of day, create seasonal or longer-term temperature profiles, and detect potential problems with subsystems or individual assets.
Future versions of the product will feature scream or gunshot detection and put an emergency response in motion. It also takes television and projector remote controls off the boardroom table by emulating the infrared remote control signals. Furthermore, a pair of onboard inputs/outputs allow the user to control connected equipment such as lighting.
The ceiling-mounted, touch-free system ensures safety, security, and energy efficiency as unauthorized people are not permitted to change the settings.
Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents a Company of the Year award to the organization that demonstrates excellence in terms of growth strategy and implementation in its field. The award recognizes a high degree of innovation with products and technologies, and the resulting leadership in terms of customer value and market penetration.