永续活动中心

校园的活动中心是促进师生关係与活动参与不可或缺的场所,通常也扮演招收新学生的一大关键;藉由结合永续发展概念,能使您的校园活动中心脱颖而出,成为令人惊艳的招生利器

4000所以上的大专院校取得绿色建筑评估体系认证,其中大多数为金级以上

47% 活动中心设施每年公开其能源消耗量

60% 高等教育院校参与永续发展相关事项

75% 学生使用校园内的活动中心

72% Z世代愿意花更多钱购买永续发展产品或服务

68% 学生表示校内活动中心或设施为选校条件

美国50州有650间大专院校表示愿意为减少碳排放尽一份心力

800所大专院校採取STARS永续发展,评鉴其在永续发展的表现

ECO-POWR™健身器材藉由高度整合的创新科技将人体运动的动能转换为可用电能
当学生们使用器材运动时,最高可产生高达250瓦时的电;每次运动、踏出的每一步都在帮助学校减少碳足迹

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SENZA™ SportsArt高阶有氧产品线结合科技与丰富娱乐系统的体现;直觉式的仪表板操作系统让学生们自在一个人习惯与需求享受运动,而机台的高效能运作也得以节省用电量

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ECO-NATURAL™系列结合自发电系统流线时尚的外观设计与多种训练功能,提供吸引人的锻练感受
无论您的永续发展目标为何,零排放的运动器材肯定是让您如虎添翼的选择之一

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结合科技

透过SA WELL+™系统,学生们不仅可以看见量化的绿能贡献,也能追踪他们的个人运动资讯。除此之外,还能依据学生们产生的能源列出排行榜与进行各种互动竞赛,以有趣方式达到节能减碳良性循环

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有些学生喜欢在运动时观看电视节目乐在其中,SENZA™屏幕提供多种娱乐选项,包含电视以及手机投影功能,学生们可以透过手机或其他装置将喜欢的影片投影至机台上观看

ECO-POWR™系列产品亦可选配外挂电视。在使用者沉迷于他们喜爱的影集同时,也能透过运动造电来抵销萤幕的耗能

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合作伙伴

田纳西科技大学
田纳西科技大学运动中心

宾夕法尼亚州 阿尔图纳州立大学
The Steven A. Adler综合体育馆

俄亥俄州
娱乐体育活动中心

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4,000 higher-education projects have been LEED-certified, with the majority achieving Gold or better.
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800 colleges and universities are measuring their comprehensive environmental performance under STARS (Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System).
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