Open Green Facility System Architecture with IEEE1888

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Open Green Facility System Architecture
with IEEE1888


Dr. Hiroshi Esaki, Director,

Dr.Hideya

Ochiai
, Chair of Standardization WG

Green University of Tokyo Project (www.gutp.jp)

1

IEEE1888 :
UGCCNet

(Ubiquitous Green Community Control Network)

Professional operation;


few floors since summer of 2009


all
-
building since April 2011


all
-
5
-
campuses since July 2011

Finished Oct.2005

KU+KUS with MIC+JGN2

in 2005

DUMBO2006

with AIT

Building Automation WG

in 2003 at

Collaboration

with Tokyo Gov.

since 2004

In 2008

Beijing Olympic

In 2008

FIAP in 2009

(Live E! architecture)

IEEE 1888

in
Feb.2011

with NIST@USA

B2G in
SGIP (Smart Grid

Interoperability Panel)

toward
CoS

Since 2005

(7
th

at Kyoto)

Established FNIC in2006

(Facility Network
Interop
)

China
-
Japan Green IT

Project funded by MIC

in 2009

IIT Hyderabad

With IMD

Live E!


Introduction of FIAP(=IEEE1888)


ace is involving


Collaboration with

KDDI

&

WNI



Sensors
at
Aps

of

KDDI



Collaboration with CAS (Chinese Academy of
Science)


Qinghai
Hu

(
青海湖
)


Shangri
-
La

(
桃源郷
)




Collaboration with High Schools


Sensor installation in Greater Tokyo


Special class and workshops


PM2.5 Sensor in Beijing


GUTP


Extension of

IEEE1888


Demand Control of HVAC and Lights at Eng.No.2
Building


Power meter deployment in The Univ. of Tokyo


Going to professional operation


Collaboration


UCB (us) with Intel US/JP


Chularonkorn

University (
th
)


UMPS/LIP6/CNRS
--



CNRS (
romain
/
jorge
)
--

sensor data analysis
--


Tsinghua

University (
cn
) with MIC (?)



Toward Global Standardization;

FIAP to

IEEE1888, ASHREA
BACnet

and NIST
SGIP
CoS



Interoperability of IoT/SO


China
-
Japan Green IT


义NT

䈲B



䥅I䔠ㄸ㠸



䥅IF/圳W


ASHRAE

BACnet

(ISO/IEC)


IPSO

(with 6LowPAN)


䥐瘶

F潲om



周T 䝲een 䝲楤
(for
iDC
)


ETSI

INT,

IoT
, 3GPP2/IMS


楄A

卩Sg慰are



1.
OpenStack
/
OpenFlow

2.
JDCC/TGG/GITPC

1.
Not domestic, but global

2.
Practical;


(i)
Open source
for implementation


(ii)
Testing spec/software
for


interoperability and conformance


(iii)
Logo program
for deployment

Testbed operation

Invitation of stakeholders
(new faces for us)

Activities toward global standard

What IEEE1888 defines ?


In a word,


HTTP
-
based SOAP/XML over IP
communication protocol
among
(1) facilities(field
-
systems)
,
(2) {shared} databases
,
and
(3)
information systems (
applications, e.g., BEMS
) for
facility
(and energy)
information management and control.



Design Concepts

1.
Federation

of the existing access/field networks (
BACnet
,
Lonworks
, RS485,
ZigBee
, Z
-
wave, etc…)

2.
Database
-
centric

system model

3.
Field
-
System’s protocol
-
free application
development and
deployment

4.
Use SOAP/XML

5.
Applicability on
cloud computing platform


7

IEEE1888 System Architecture

User Interface

Reporting

Data Analysis

Command Submission

Data Archive

Rendezvous Point

for GWs, APPs

Virtualization of

Input/Output

GW, Storage, APP
Binding

(Management Plane)

TCP/IP Network

HTTP and XML

Proprietary Circuits

CSV Files, …

8

Role of Internet Architecture and
IEEE1888 for Smart Facilities


1.
Innovation of design and operation for facilities

Innovate/change the structure of “legacy” industry

a.
“Vendor” oriented



“User” oriented

b.
“Vertical “

structure



“Horizontal”

structure

2.
Vender/Protocol Lock
-
In “free”

structure

a.
New facility



cost reduction, wide
-
area integration

b.
Existing facility



live and integrate with legacy devices

3.
Opportunities to use
shared “database”

a.
Decrease hurdle for the introduction of innovative
services

1.
Preserve (and Improve) Performance


As
“Risk Management”
, i.e., against energy
shortage/outage

2.
Performance



44%
for Peak, and

31%
for total (at Eng.No.2 Bldg)


2 years
RoI

(at Eng.No.2 Bldg) ;


0.6 MUSD investment, 1.0 MUSD Electricity Bill


0.5 year
RoI

(for virtualization of servers at Esaki Lab.)

3.
Sustainability


Open

architecture


Multi
-
vendor

operation (
more than 10 vendors
)

4.
New Business Development


Improvement of business activities



10

4 Outputs in the summer 2011



GUTP, established in
June 2008
.


46 private companies and 20 NPOs (as of January 2012)


Eng.Building

No.2
, in
Hongo

Campus


Targeted reduction;
15% in 2012, 50% in 2030


12 floor high, R&D and R&E activities


Established October 2005


More than saving energy


Sustainability


New functions and business


Global Standard



IEEE1888


NIST SGIP
CoS


Green Univ. of Tokyo Project




Companies



Aichi Tokei Denki Co., Ltd.


Asahi Kasei
Microdevices

Corporation


CiMX

Corporation.


Cisco Systems, Inc.


Citrix Systems Japan K.K.


Daikin Industries, Ltd.


DSI, Inc.


Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.


Fujitsu Limited


Hitachi
Co.Ltd
.


IBM Japan Ltd.,


ITOCHU Corporation


Johnson Controls Inc.


KAJIMA CORPORATION


Kantokowa

Co., Ltd.


KOKUYO
Co.,Ltd
.


LAC Holdings

Inc.


Microsoft Japan

Corporation


Mitsubishi
Corportion



Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.


Mitsubishi Research Institute

Inc.


Mitsui Fudosan
Co.,Ltd


Mitsui Knowledge Industry
Co.Ltd
.


NEC Corporation


Nippon Steel Engineering
Co.Ltd
.


NTT
Comware

Corp.


NTT Corporation


NTT Facilities Inc.


OPTiM

Corporation


ORIX Corporation


OTSUKA Corporation


Panasonic Corporation


Panasonic Electric Works Co., Ltd.


Q&A Corporation



RICHO Co., Ltd.


Sanki Engineering Co., Ltd.


Schneider Electric Japan Group


SEIKO PRECISION Inc.,


SHINRYO Corporation


Sohgo

Security Services
Co.Ltd
.,


Takenaka

Corporation


Toshiba Corporation


Toyo Denki Seizo K.K.


Ubiteq

Inc.


VeriSign Japan K.K.


Yamatake Corporation





O牧慮楺慴楯i猯sn楶敲獩瑩敳



Green IT Promotion Council.


IPv6 Promotion Council.


The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan


The Institute of Electrical Installation Engineers of Japan


LONMARK JAPAN


OKAYAMA IPv6 CONSORTIUM.


IPv6 Sensor Networking Consortium


WIDE Project.


Tokyo Metropolitan Research Institute for Environmental
Protection


Chularonkorn

University (
Thailland
)


SRM

University

(India)



Keio University.


Niigata University



Nagoya University


Ritsumeikan

University


Shizuoka University


Yamaguchi University


Kanazawa University


The University of Tokyo




Companies



Aichi Tokei Denki Co., Ltd.


Asahi Kasei
Microdevices

Corporation


CiMX

Corporation.


Cisco Systems, Inc.


Citrix Systems Japan K.K.


Daikin Industries, Ltd.


DSI, Inc.


Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.


Fujitsu Limited


Hitachi
Co.Ltd
.


IBM Japan Ltd.,


ITOCHU Corporation


Johnson Controls Inc.


KAJIMA CORPORATION


Kantokowa

Co., Ltd.


KOKUYO
Co.,Ltd
.


LAC Holdings

Inc.


Microsoft Japan

Corporation


Mitsubishi
Corportion



Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.


Mitsubishi Research Institute

Inc.


Mitsui Fudosan
Co.,Ltd


Mitsui Knowledge Industry
Co.Ltd
.


NEC Corporation


Nippon Steel Engineering
Co.Ltd
.


NTT
Comware

Corp.


NTT Corporation


NTT Facilities Inc.


OPTiM

Corporation


ORIX Corporation


OTSUKA Corporation


Panasonic Corporation


Panasonic Electric Works Co., Ltd.


Q&A Corporation



RICHO Co., Ltd.


Sanki Engineering Co., Ltd.


Schneider Electric Japan Group


SEIKO PRECISION Inc.,


SHINRYO Corporation


Sohgo

Security Services
Co.Ltd
.,


Takenaka

Corporation


Toshiba Corporation


Toyo Denki Seizo K.K.


Ubiteq

Inc.


VeriSign Japan K.K.


Yamatake Corporation





O牧慮楺慴楯i猯sn楶敲獩瑩敳



Green IT Promotion Council.


IPv6 Promotion Council.


The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan


The Institute of Electrical Installation Engineers of Japan


LONMARK JAPAN


OKAYAMA IPv6 CONSORTIUM.


IPv6 Sensor Networking Consortium


WIDE Project.


Tokyo Metropolitan Research Institute for Environmental
Protection


Chularonkorn

University (
Thailland
)


SRM

University

(India)



Keio University.


Niigata University



Nagoya University


Ritsumeikan

University


Shizuoka University


Yamaguchi University


Kanazawa University


The University of Tokyo

66

Members

46

Companies

20

NPOs

Stakeholders on Facility Business;


-

Developer, e.g., landlord


-

General Contractor/Con”s”tractor


-

System Integrator


-

System Designer


-

ICT Vendor


-

Component vendor, e.g., sensor


-

Standardization Body


-

R&D organization, e.g., University


-

Local government, e.g., Tokyo

Smart Meter

Smart Lights

Smart HVAC

Smart Kiosk

With
iPad
/
iPhone


Android

iPhone

iPad

Migrating; from
“single screen”
瑯t
“multiple screens”


from
“Pull”
瑯t
“Push”


Lightening

control

200V Power
monitoring,

EHP
mngmnt and
control

GHP
mngmnt and
control

Electricity

and water

metering

CSV

Savic

Yamatake

EHP

Mitsubishi

GHP

Mitsubishi

N
-
MAST

Panasonic

Metering

Aichi

Legacy system

+ common I/F


gateway

Ubiteq/Cisco

Digital

LONーIP

G/W

Common DB

(Live E!)

BACnet/

WS

BACnet

Router

BX
-

Office

Electricity

(
100
V

200V)

Management

DU

DU

DU

データ

収集PC

Electricity


(100V)

Data Integration among legacy sub
-
systems

Visualization of data

Additional system

Breaker

100V
outlets

Web

I/F

TE

Student

Professor

TE

Wireless

temperature

sensor

PC

Server

Wireless

temperature

sensor

Action and Control

BACnet/

WS

Data Analysis


Yokogawa


Electricity


CiMX


HDPLC

HDPLC

HDPLC

PLC

LONーIP

G/W

Wireless

temperature

sensor

Data

spots

Panasonic

CiMX

NEC

Toshiba

Yamatake

LMJ

Yamatake

Toshiba

Ubiteq
/
Cisco/

Panasonic

LMJ

LMJ

Watanabe

Wireless

temperature

sensor

Digital

signage

LMJ

Schedule

controller

G/W

LON
-
ADP

LON
-
IP

G/W

LMJ

Electricity

Sensor

LON
-
IP

G/W

Ci
MX

Server

Schedule

Server

TE

oBIX

G/W

System overview Eng.No.2 Building in
Hongo

Campus, Tokyo, Japan

Lightening

control

200V Power
monitoring,

EHP
mngmnt and
control

GHP
mngmnt and
control

Electricity

and water

metering

CSV

Savic

Yamatake

EHP

Mitsubishi

GHP

Mitsubishi

N
-
MAST

Panasonic

Metering

Aichi

Legacy system

+ common I/F


gateway

Ubiteq/Cisco

Digital

LONーIP

G/W

Common DB

(Live E!)

BACnet/

WS

BACnet

Router

BX
-

Office

Electricity

(
100
V

200V)

Management

DU

DU

DU

データ

収集PC

Electricity


(100V)

Data Integration among legacy sub
-
systems

Visualization of data

Additional system

Breaker

100V
outlets

Web

I/F

TE

Student

Professor

TE

Wireless

temperature

sensor

PC

Server

Wireless

temperature

sensor

Action and Control

BACnet/

WS

Data Analysis


Yokogawa


Electricity


CiMX


HDPLC

HDPLC

HDPLC

PLC

LONーIP

G/W

Wireless

temperature

sensor

Data

spots

Panasonic

CiMX

NEC

Toshiba

Yamatake

LMJ

Yamatake

Toshiba

Ubiteq
/
Cisco/

Panasonic

LMJ

LMJ

Watanabe

Wireless

temperature

sensor

Digital

signage

LMJ

Schedule

controller

G/W

LON
-
ADP

LON
-
IP

G/W

LMJ

Electricity

Sensor

LON
-
IP

G/W

Ci
MX

Server

Schedule

Server

TE

oBIX

G/W

System overview Eng.No.2 Building in
Hongo

Campus, Tokyo, Japan

1.
Multi
-
vendor

2.
44%(peak), 31%(total)

3.
2 year
RoI


Effect of visualization?




Even with different
temperature, power
usage is the same !

June 28
-
29, 2011

3.5



5



<< IEEE1888 Application Example >>

Handling the Current and Historical Data of Building Facilities

10F EHP HVAC Statuses

Time:

Room

ON/OFF

Working Mode

Set Temperature

Room Temperature

COOL

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COOL

COOL

COOL

COOL

COOL

FAN

COOL

COOL

Note: Some words are translated from Japanese into English.

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平均削減率(%)

2011/6/20
-
8/31 Eng.No.2 Bld.



30%


15%

Total

Power Usage




31


70

+


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ㄵ㨰0
-
1㘺〰

⠷㈥(

Average 44 % Peak cut

Smart

Meter

GW

GW

HVAC

Data Storage

Demand

Estimator

(APP)

Power Meter

Power

Meter

Estimated Demand

HVAC

Controller

(APP)

Estimated Demand

Realtime

Status Check

HVAC Status

IEEE1888

IEEE1888

IEEE1888

IEEE1888

IEEE1888

Dataflow on IEEE1888

<< IEEE1888 System Example >>

Demand Control System

BACnet

Lonworks

(and Proprietary Bus)

The Internet

1. IEEE1888 interface is not only designed for the Gateways, but also for Storages and Applications.

2. GW, Storage, APPs come from different vendors.

Important Message

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