The paper examines the fundamental role played by digital systems in making system control and optimisation of energy consumption sustainable. The fight against climate change and the need to achieve global environmental protection targets require digital services, integrated into the systems operating in the buildings where we live and work, buy goods or spend our free time.
The use of heating systems with renewable energies is becoming increasingly important, and not only for new buildings. Existing properties are also being converted step by step to green, efficient heat energy - the keyword being energy-efficient refurbishment.
Digi-Key Electronics, which offers the world's largest selection of electronic components in stock for immediate shipment, announced that the XPLR-IoT-1 explorer kit from u-blox, a global technology leader in positioning and wireless communication, is now available for purchase globally, exclusively from Digi-Key.
As people spend more time at home, many homeowners are inspired to reimagine how they utilize their space. Outdoor areas are now seen as extensions of the home—a place where family and friends can relax, entertain and create memories. Swimming pools enhance this outdoor experience, providing accessible entertainment and contributing to a healthy, active lifestyle.
Carrier’s AquaEdge® 19MV oil-free water-cooled centrifugal chiller was selected as the 2022 Commercial Comfort Product of the Year in the Cooling Equipment category by a panel of independent engineers selected by the editorial staff of Engineered Systems magazine.
Siemens Smart Infrastructure (SI), the frontrunner in digital buildings, has completed the acquisition of Brightly Software, a leading U.S.-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of asset and maintenance management solutions.
This smart building platform company works with many businesses across the US and Europe. They provide an integrated, smart building solution that allows building managers to access data and control their buildings.
Greenergy Data Centers has recently built a new, large-scale data center in Tallinn, Estonia. Part of the Three Seas Initiative (3SI), it’s the most modern and energy-efficient data center in the region. 3SI was launched in 2015 by the countries of the Adriatic, Baltic, and Black Seas to pursue joint public policy goals for transport, energy, and digital infrastructure. The individual projects are implemented by the private sector with funding from the 3SI Investment Fund. The goal is to improve connections between 12 EU-member states in the region and thus strengthen EU cohesion. Delta’s uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) for the project were supplied, installed, and commissioned together with Delta’s partner, DC Solutions.