Public Assembly

Aircuity delivers airside energy efficiency for all variable occupancy buildings.

From convention centers and sports arenas to casinos, auditoriums, libraries and airport terminals, public assembly spaces of all kinds can be challenging environments to provide proper environmental control. Aircuity provides the information needed to make smart choices to deliver and maintain an ideal indoor environment across these widely varying areas.

Solving the Complexity of Dynamic Indoor Environments

The need to balance occupant comfort is magnified by the dynamic indoor environment of multi-purpose facilities: an arena may host 13,000 screaming fans watching an ice hockey game one night, followed by 6,000 spectators attending a Monster Truck rally the next. Similarly, conference areas may host large events one week followed by a series of smaller events. The space is the same, but the airflow and ventilation requirements change dramatically from one situation to another. Aircuity solutions provide the flexibility required to effectively monitor the indoor environmental quality and then inform building management systems about changing conditions to properly adjust HVAC settings. The result is the right amount of ventilation for any type of situation.

Multi-parameter Demand Control Ventilation (DCV) = Significant Energy Savings

The number of occupants walking through airport terminals, convention centers, even hotel ball rooms changes dramatically from one moment to the next. At times, these spaces are occupied at 100% capacity, while other times, they are completely unoccupied. Aircuity’s multi-parameter DCV solution automatically adjusts the air flow levels to support the ventilation requirements needed for that particular room, delivering proper levels of fresh air at just the right time. In return, facilities are able to achieve significant energy savings and return on their investment.

Proper Ventilation for Better Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)

For facilities housing crucial documents like libraries, museums and archives, protecting the IEQ and providing proper humidity control is critical. Aircuity’s multiplexed air sampling system with centralized sensors can monitor and adjust the airflow as needed, to ensure a comfortable and dry indoor environment is achieved at all times.

Intelligence and Insight

Aircuity’s Reporting component provides a Dashboard as a daily view to help ensure energy savings and optimize facility performance. Facility managers can delve deeper into any event seen on the Dashboard with Graphing and Exporting.

Hospitality and Gaming:
Aircuity helps ensure better air quality for your customers while also delivering energy savings. In gaming areas DCV can be used to continuously monitor for smoke, which can be an issue in casinos where it is allowed, as well as CO2 and TVOC’s (Total Volatile Organic Compounds). More fresh air is delivered when needed creating a healthier space. However, when the air contaminants have been reduced, fresh air and potentially even supply air quantities can be decreased saving energy, while still maintaining clean air conditions. In function areas such as ballrooms or meeting rooms, Aircuity’s cost effective, unique CO2 sensing solution works with your building management system to optimize ventilation, increasing air flows when more occupants are present and reducing fresh air and even room air quantities to significantly reduce energy use when people leave the space. If more than CO2 is desired to be sensed, other indoor environmental quality (IEQ) sensors may be added at any time to raise the bar for a multi-parameter IEQ monitoring and DCV solution.

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Case Study – Mohegan Sun

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Case Study Demonstrates How Mohegan Sun Maximizes Energy Efficiency without Sacrificing Indoor Environmental Quality

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OptiNet Applications – A Review of the Unique Requirements for Facility Monitoring System

To successfully and cost effectively enable energy savings applications such as demand controlled ventilation and differential enthalpy economizer control, a multi-parameter, multiple location, facility monitoring system should be deployed and at least meet the requirements described within this white paper.