At the smart city zone, Delta presented its IoT-based Building Management Platform that enables green buildings with smart and eco-friendly of HVAC, lighting, elevators, surveillance equipment
October 22, 2019. By News Bureau
Delta has announced that it has showcased its unique ecosystem of intelligent and energy-efficient solutions for Industry 4.0 manufacturing, connectivity and green smart city living at the Industrial Transformation ASIA-PACIFIC (ITAP) 2019, a Hannover Messe event. Delta's showcase highlights the benefits to customers who leverage its DIACloud platform cloud-based Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) for remote connectivity, energy management and controls solutions for smart factory operations. Its sustainable solutions also help customers have more energy-efficient and productive businesses while enjoying safer, more connected lifestyles.
Jackie Chang, Vice President of Delta Electronics Southeast Asia and India, said, "Delta solutions address the needs of global mega trends and address the key issues of security, livability and efficiency that we expect in the smart city. We are also leveraging Delta Smart Manufacturing to help manufacturers across the region seize opportunities to boost their performance and meet increasing demands from their global customers."
Visitors to Delta's booth experienced smart manufacturing through exploring an interactive display of Delta's broad portfolio of industrial automation products integrated as the DIA smart factory IoT solution. The product panel included routers, machine vision systems, drives and controls used for automated production and building operations. Visitors could even enjoy a cup of coffee prepared by Delta's 6-axis articulated robot arm barista and a Crown Coffee machine.
At the smart city zone, Delta presented its IoT-based Building Management Platform that enables green buildings with smart and eco-friendly of HVAC, lighting, elevators, surveillance equipment. This comprehensive system leverages the technologies of the Delta subsidiaries LOYTEC and Delta Controls which boast compatibility with all building control open protocols including BACNet, DALI, KNX, Modbus, EnOcean, OPC and LonMark. In addition, Delta's Vivitek projectors and Novotouch display products combine to make work and home life more efficient, comfortable and enjoyable.
Delta also showcased its energy infrastructure solutions that support the global mega-trends of Electric Vehicles (EV) and energy storage. The small footprint and high power of Delta's 7.36kW AC Mini Plus EV Charger makes it a perfect choice for charging at home and work. The Li-ion battery energy storage system with Delta's own power conditioning system and Modulon DPH500 Series uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a backup for mission-critical commercial and industrial applications such as data centers, factories and hospitals.
Another key highlight at the show is an MOU signing on October 24 between Delta and JTC Corporation, a Singaporean state-owned real estate company and statutory board under the Ministry of Trade and Industry headquartered in Jurong, Singapore. The MOU will further Delta's collaboration with JTC Corporation to accelerate Industry 4.0 adoption among SMEs and JTC customers while developing world-class industrial automation training in the country.
Delta welcomes visitors to its exhibition site at ITAP 2019, located at Hall 3, Stand 3A18, from October 22- 24. During the tradeshow, Delta's industrial automation and building automation experts will give presentations and guided tours of the company's products and solutions.
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