The coronavirus epidemic has led to an increase in demand for improved air quality across the world. With employees returning to work after the epidemic and adapting to the new normal, it has become critical to enhance air quality in workplaces and buildings.
The pandemic has led to a massive shift in consumer behaviour, bringing health and value for money to the forefront. Consumers are looking for ACs that offer a focused and better filter option along with the energy efficiency ratio (EER) model.
The pandemic has brought about a greater focus on health and hygiene aspects in any product that consumers purchase. With employees returning to work after the epidemic and adapting to the new normal, it has become critical to enhance air quality in workplaces and buildings.
A Plant System Manager (PSM) can be used to automatically control multiple chillers and related peripheral equipment based on the air conditioning load requirement. PSM is designed to provide optimized management over the entire chiller plant.
Higher internet penetration and increased access to smartphones has revolutionised consumer behaviour, and the pandemic has increased digital familiarity by leaps and bounds, therefore improving demand and acceptance of IoT enabled devices.
Buildings today are built in a different manner. Architects and builders are now adopting green building technology, which has resulted in an increase in the installation of smart meters, thermostats, and sensors to assist reduce energy expenses.
Read the full story that first appeared in Architects & Interiors March 2022 issue here: