Manager of a collective pool Control the energy and comfort of your pool with your fingertips
Many parameters come into play when it comes to optimising user comfort or lowering energy costs: it's not just a matter of lowering the water temperature! Fortunately, thanks to its active and anticipatory steering called Smart Pooling®, Sunny Shark offers you a innovative and automated solution to control various aspects of your community pool or aquatic centre.
The Sunny Shark® dashboard
Smart Pooling® feeds on all the data collected by the sensors, equipment and, if applicable, the BMS of your pool to offer a complete dashboard which integrates both energy consumption and user comfort.
The dashboard displays the real time dataIt also shows their evolution over time. It proposes different indicators as well as the list of the latest alerts (which you can also receive by SMS).
Planning is at the heart of the system, with a advanced schedule management ponds and the setting of comfort conditions specific to each activity.
An improvement in your BMS
The Smart Pooling® concept analyses the data and informs the staff of any anomalies that impact on the overall operation.
The Smart Pooling® concept improves your BMS by making it communicable and understandable to all. It therefore makes it possible to target maintenance operations based on the alerts and data reported.
A scoring terminal to regulate comfort parameters
The Sunny Shark comfort terminal allows you to evaluate the comfort level of the pool as a whole.
Our solution aims to maintain, at all times, the essential balance between the health and comfort of users (airflow, temperature and humidity, water quality), the health of the building (controlled humidity, prevention of condensation) and energy consumption.
Thanks to the users' feedback, Smart Pooling® control allows the key parameters of the installation to be adjusted to meet all the constraints at the lowest possible energy cost.
These comfort bollards also show pool users that the community is taking into account the needs of its users. environmental issues and that it is working to reduce consumption of its energy-intensive facilities.