Internet of Things

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The academic building provides a superb learning and teaching environment for more than 6,000 students, including lecture theatres, specialist teaching accommodation and social learning areas. It will also be the location for around 500 academics, researchers, technical and support staff. The ground floor will be open to the public and facilities including a sports hall, performance spaces, treatment centres, cafes and informal meeting areas will be available for community bookings.

The campus’s pioneering energy centre will be constructed using the most advanced technology and design. It will generate combined heat and power with bore holes providing natural, untreated water to heat and cool the buildings and supply the campus. All controlled by nearly 600 sensors provided by Slaney Direct.

London’s infamous Walkie-Talkie building is now using the sun to its own advantage by installing solar powered temperature sensors with EnOcean wireless technology.
Slaney Direct have supplied room sensors which individuals can adjust to their own comfort conditions using GIRA switch programme in anthracite frames connected on a LON network.

The luxurious Grosvenor House Apartments on London’s infamous Park Lane are fitted with over 320 LCD display room operating panels using GIRA Esprit switch programme in anthracite with brushed aluminium frames connected on a LON network.

HORA control valves up to DN300 rated at PN40 installed at Canary Wharf, London.
London’s financial centre Canary Wharf where HORA control valves from DN15 to DN300 rated at PN40 are installed across the Estate. The balanced plug control valves are fitted with power failure return actuators to close against the 40bar nominal pressure in the event of power loss.
Stainless steel space sensors are also installed throughout the retail centre with other sensors controlling the main air-conditioning plant.