Is your lobby a place where people wait, or where people learn?
Our innovative SPLASH Monitoring animations are already helping a number of clients to better understand their systems and to showcase the system performance on large screen displays within their premises. Clients include SKYCITY Auckland, Victoria University Wellington, Zealandia Visitors Centre at Karori Wildlife Sanctuary, Wellington, the NZ Government, South Waikato District Council Tokoroa Swimming Pools, Contact Energy, Papamoa High School, Tauranga Indoor Sports and Exhibition Centre, Nelson City Fitness, as well as dairy sheds, private homes, and many more.
The Foundation for Research Science and Technology was so impressed with our approach and the unique visualisations that they co-funded development of SPLASH Monitoring.
SPLASH Monitoring is used by many corporates and educational facilities as well as BMS companies as their monitoring system, clients include;
Power and Lines Companies Including;
· Mercury Energy
· Pioneer Generation
· Contact Energy
Companies and organisations
· Auckland Museum
· Beacon Pathway
· BUPA Healthcare
· AMP shopping centres
Universities and schools
· Auckland University of Technology (AUT)
· University of Auckland
· Victoria University
· Papamoa High School
· Rangiora School
· Cathedral Grammer School
· Waterfront Auckland / Auckland Council
· Palmerston North Council
· Otaki Council
· Tauranga Council
Case Study: Skycity Hotel and Casino, Auckland
Energy Conscious Design designed and installed an innovative solar water heating system to preheat water for the Skycity casino in Auckland. The system was partially funded under the Government (EECA) Innovation Fund. This solar hot water installation rewrote the design book for commercial water heating systems, with its dramatically new approach. Delivering amazing efficiency, the system provides maximum returns. Technically challenging in both the design and installation phases, the system was installed on time and with minimum disturbance to the hotel and casino operations. A 32inch LCD display on the observation deck of the Sky Tower displays the SPLASH Monitoring animation, providing background information as well as current real-time system performance.
Case Study: Teaching Research Building, Victoria University, Wellington
A solar water heating system was installed in this new building in Wellington to preheat the domestic hot water. Multiple 50inch touch screens at the entrance to the building display the SPLASH Monitoring system, allowing students and visitors to explore the technical features of the system and monitor its performance. They are further encouraged to integrate SPLASH Monitoring into their own projects, making this a valuable educational resource. This optimises the benefits from solar and other energy efficiency measures by incorporating technology into education.
As the building is overlooked by many surrounding houses the solar collectors were installed to optimise its aesthetics. The solution – Striking!