Building and Infrastructure

Challenges
Buildings are responsible for 40% of global energy use and contribute towards 30% of the total CO2 emissions. The drive to reduce energy consumption and associated greenhouse gas emissions from buildings has acted as a catalyst in the increasing installation of meters and sensors for monitoring energy use and indoor environmental conditions in buildings.
Our Solution
As energy costs are rapidly increasing, and environmental issues continue to be a major concern, there is increasing pressure on building managers to provide more energy-saving solutions within their buildings, facilities or even smart cities. By using sensors, building operators can collect real-time data generated by the IoT smart solutions to effectively optimize energy use and drive down costs. iLotusLand can collect the data which can then be used to intelligently reduce waste in smart buildings and help ensure compliance with green building initiatives.
Your Benefits
Building efficiency measures that rely on sensors and meters, such as building energy management systems, lighting control, automatic fault detection and diagnosis (AFDD) and demand control ventilation, can reduce energy use by a substantial amount.
Success Stories

Military Hospital 175

Military hospital number 175 is the most southern hospital of the People’s Army of Vietnam. Currently, besides functioning as the Military Medicine Research Center and as the postgraduate training facility of the Ministry of Defense, the 175th Military Medical Hospital also has the task to be both a general and a specialized hospital. It protects and takes care of the health of senior leaders of the Party and State, and it organizes the examination and treatment of military patients in the Southern region. It also participates in medical examination and treatment and other medical services for people. Currently the hospital treats from 2,000 to 2,400 patients externally and about 1,300 patients internally; performs emergency care for about 130-140 cases. There are about 200,000 health insurance cards registered for initial medical examination and treatment at the 175th Military Hospital. It is a general hospital with a payroll of 14 internal medicine departments, 11 surgical departments, 10 subclinical departments, 2 centers and 1 Institute, with a total of 1,527 staff members.

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