IEQ Monitoring System

atlasen™ is a new concept building management system that prioritizes indoor comfort. We manage both indoor comfort and energy at the same time.

atlasen™ has a source technology for building energy management algorithms that apply user satisfaction.

“If the indoor environment is comfortable, work efficiency is on average 60% higher.”
Joseph Allen, Harvard University, Center for Health and the Global Environment

Cold indoors in the summer, hot indoors in the winter.

Everyone has experienced this.

The inconvenience caused by poor indoor management is also a major factor of energy waste.

This happens because of a lack of understanding of user satisfaction.

People spend more than 90% of their time indoors. The indoor environment not only improves your productivity, but also the quality of life.

This is why building energy management must actively manage user satisfaction.

When you lower or raise the room temperature by 1°C, 7-9% of energy is used.

Changing the room temperature as needed without fixing it will save energy while maintaining the optimum room temperature. If user satisfaction can be applied as a basis for adjustment, it will be the best building energy management program.

1. Managing the analysis of the five elements of the indoor environment

Conventional indoor environments have been managed mostly by temperature and humidity. This is because temperature and humidity management are the easiest. However, the indoor environment surrounding humans is very diverse.

You have to manage all five elements of the indoor environment to accurately understand the user’s satisfaction

atlasen™ has five elements of indoor environment, air quality, temperature and humidity, lighting, acoustics, and spatiality.

We manage them all.

Through this process, the user’s satisfaction is handled more delicately, and it is managed on a vague basis so that the energy efficiency can be improved by finding the part that has hindered the user’s satisfaction. With the atlasen™ IEQ monitoring system, an additional 15-30% of energy saving is possible.

2. Managing delicate indoor environment using big data.

The indoor environment of the call center and executive conference room, where dozens of people work in one space, must be different.

The indoor environment should be managed for space purposes and user characteristics. To accurately analyze user satisfaction, atlasen™ leverages Big Data. Carnegie Mellon University’s Building Performance and Diagnostics Center in the U.S. has Big Data that has studied user satisfaction with more than 1,600 buildings over 20 years.

atlasen™ uses this data to derive specific levels of user satisfaction.

3. Real-Time Monitoring System

To maximize user satisfaction, atlasen™ introduced a real-time monitoring system.

All information is provided to users in real time in simple numbers and graphs.

Users can easily follow the guidelines to identify problems and improve their indoor environment. atlasen™ enables interactive communication between buildings and users. Dissatisfaction with the environment can be displayed immediately. The displayed dissatisfaction applies to the atlasen™ Building Energy Management Analysis Tool in real time.

A building that responds organically to the needs of users. It’s possible with atlasen™.

4. Energy usage status by building is managed with Big Data

atlasen™ manages the status of building energy use with big data. It also provides reports on a regular basis. This data can then be used as evidence of the energy saving performance of buildings when legal regulations, such as the mandatory zero-energy requirement, are put in to effect.

5. Principles of Operation

The atlasen™ IEQ monitoring system proceeds in the following sequence:

1. Gathering information

Collects the indoor environmental conditions of each building in real time via sensors

2. Information Analysis

Using the atlasen™ Building Energy Management Analysis Tool, analyze current energy usage and user satisfaction and convert it into figures

3. Providing Information

Find and inform users of energy-efficient indoor environmental conditions at 80% or more user satisfaction levels

4. Providing Information

Automatic real-time control of smart buildings, etc.