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Intelligent Improvement for Existing Buildings

  With the rapid development and popularity of cutting-edge Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in recent years, people’s everyday life has been closely connected to various ICT applications. In view of this, the Executive Yuan of Taiwan initiated the development of the “Intelligent Living Space (ILS)” at the Strategic Review Board (SRB) meeting in 2005. The Executive Yuan has spent several consecutives years to explore and discuss the crucial ILS-related issues and afterwards reached the conclusion of the “Intelligent Green Building Promotion Program” ratified in December 2010. The program is aimed at promoting the intelligent green building industry by maximizing the ICT soft power of Taiwan and integrating smart technology with energy saving and carbon reduction concepts of green building to meet people’s demand for safety, health, convenience, comfort, and energy efficiency.

  The ABRI is currently engaged in conducting the intelligent improvement project for existing buildings that is one of the major tasks of the Intelligent Green Building Promotion Program, to continuously promote intelligent building concepts. Through setting up a subsidy mechanism as an incentive, the project is to introduce a variety of intelligent improvement measures into existing buildings in four aspects covering 1) safety and disaster prevention and monitoring, 2) health care and management, 3) services for convenience and comfort, as well as 4) system integration and application. These pioneering cases can also become demonstrative examples to elicit more improvement projects and to further facilitate the industry development.

  The project has been undertaken for a number of years, consisting of two even parts: one is the subsidy eligible for the publicly-owned buildings of central government agencies and national universities and schools, and the other provides the incentive for buildings of the private sector. According to the “Guidelines for intelligent Improvement Project Application for Public-owned Buildings (currently 2014)” and “Operational Directions for Intelligent Improvement Incentives for Privately-owned Buildings” yearly announced by the ABRI, the ABRI should form a committee with select experts and scholars in various intelligent building related fields to review each application and to carry out evaluation work at each phase, on-site investigation, improvement suggestions, planning and design consultation, and construction checks.As the selected applicant list is approved by the MOI, the publicly-owned building may receive full subsidy. As for the private sector, the applicant may receive partial subsidy that is 45% of total improvement costs on intelligent technology related system and equipment or 3 millions NTD, whereas the amount cannot be less than 500 thousands NTD.

  * For detailed information about application guidelines, operational directions, implementation procedure and schedule, please check out the website

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