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Providing Clean Air for a Renowned Green Building Library

Successful Story | Taipei Public Library Beitou Branch

Located in Beitou, the Taipei Public Library was designed as a green building, renowned for its tranquil and comfortable reading ambiance that has garnered widespread popularity. The management team's aspiration for an ideal reading environment goes beyond modern architectural facilities – it also encompasses pristine indoor air quality provided by the latest equipment.

Surrounded by the beauty of the natural environment, the building serves as an ideal setting to showcase a comprehensive air quality improvement solution. Within the library, there are air improvement systems from various suppliers, such as air purifiers and air conditioning units. However, despite these efforts, the indoor air quality remained insufficient, prompting Sysinno to offer a smarter and more effective solution.

Challenges Faced:

  • The library experiences fluctuating visitor numbers on a daily basis, which presents several challenges in managing indoor air quality.

  • The existing systems are diverse and operate independently.

  • The current system architecture doesn't permit extensive alterations.


To address this challenge, we developed the following solution:

  • Integration of a sensor system to calculate daily variations in visitor numbers.

  • Collecting data from all devices in a unified system platform.

  • Sensor installation that doesn't impact the building's design.

  • iAeris1, iAeris2 Indoor air quality detection systems.

  • KR02 IAQ IoT Controller

These sensors not only assist in data collection but also aggregate data from all devices onto a single system platform. Importantly, the installation of these sensors doesn't have any adverse impact on the library's architectural design. Specifically, they chose iAeris1 and iAeris2 indoor air quality detectors, along with the KR02 IoT controller. The integration of these devices ensures the seamless operation of the entire system.

Overcoming Limitations of Existing Systems

Within the library, there existed various systems operating independently from each other. However, this situation was not conducive to holistic indoor air quality management. Fortunately, through this improvement project, significant alterations to the existing system architecture were not necessary to achieve improved indoor air quality.

By harnessing the latest sensor technology and IoT controllers, the Taipei Public Library successfully realized its vision of a green reading environment, while offering visitors fresher and healthier indoor air. This case not only demonstrates the application of modern technology in creating better living environments but also provides valuable reference and inspiration for similar venues.

If you have any questions or require further consultation regarding air quality solutions, please feel free to contact us at any time. We are ready to provide professional assistance and guidance.


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