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Feb 17, 2014 (3 years and 5 months ago)

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Facilities System Integration

for

Optimized Energy, Safety, and
Comfort



It’s Not Just Temperature Controls
Anymore!







Business

Track

Agenda


Industry

Update
-

Ed Merwin

Services Overview
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Scott Boehm

R2
-
AX

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Ed Merwin

Threat Level Strategies
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Roger Rebennack

Open Forum
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All






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Facilities System Integration

for

Optimized Energy, Safety, and
Comfort



It’s Not Just Temperature Controls
Anymore!







Facilities System Integration

for

Optimized Energy, Safety, and Comfort


It’s Not Just Temperature Controls Anymore!







Ed Merwin

Director VYKON Automation, Energy, Security

Tridium, Inc.

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Agenda


Automation Industry Update


Protocols & Technologies


Integrated Intelligent Buildings


Definition


Examples


Real Projects


Real Value


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INDUSTRY UPDATE

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Protocols


BACnet


Lon Works


Modbus


OPC


SNMP


OBIX


DALI


OpenADR


Frameworks


Niagara/Sedona


Haystack


Protocol Transition


Security, Encryption


IP




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Wireless


IEE 802.15.4


Mesh Networking


Zigbee


BACnet and Wireless


BACnet International has approved the ZigBee building automation
standard


Z
-
Wave


Residential, Light Commercial


6LoWPan


IPV6, Low Power, Personal Area Network


Commercial, Industrial


EnOcean


Battery
-
less


WiFi


Becoming more affordable at the device level

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ADJACENT& EMERGING
TECHNOLOGIES

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IT Security


Security Standards and Certification


DIACAP


Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard

(PCI
DSS)


Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)


Transport Layer Security (TLS)


Encryption


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Mobile Apps

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Mobile

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Emerging Technologies


IPV6


Expanding the IP address space


IPSO Alliance


IP for smart objects


IT and Buildings Industry Partners


Internet Of Things




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Power Technologies


POE


EMerge Alliance


An open industry association


Adoption of safe DC power distribution in commercial buildings





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Security & Video Technologies


Security & Video Industry is catching up to Open Standards


ONVIF


Open Network Video Interface Forum


Interoperability between IP
-
based physical security products regardless
of manufacturer


AXIS, Bosch, Honeywell, Pelco, Siemens …..



PSIA
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Physical Security Interoperability Alliance


Interoperability of IP
-
enabled security devices across all segments of the
security industry


Honeywell, Cisco, IBM, Stanley, Pelco






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THE INTELLIGENT BUILDING

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What is an Intelligent Building?

GOVERNMENT

OFFICE BLDG.

INDUSTRIAL

HOSPITALITY

HEALTHCARE

EDUCATION

RETAIL

MULTI
-
HOUSING

MUSEUMS

Intelligent buildings apply technologies to improve the building
environment and functionality for occupants/tenants while
controlling costs, improving security, comfort and accessibility.


Efficient, Safe, Comfortable

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Intelligent Building Characteristics


Designed around Users


Improves Security


Enhances Comfort


Provides Energy Savings


Enterprise
-
wide Energy Monitoring


Everything Communicates


System Data Sharing


Local Command and Control


Remote Command and Control


Accessible from Anywhere


Designed for Reliability


Affordable


Adds Value


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Stakeholder’s Perspective


Multiple systems

to
maintain


Need
productivity tools
for
day to day work


Easy migration of
legacy
systems


Limited
training

time !



Reduce operating costs


Maintain high quality
service levels



Department coordination


Enterprise integration
for
business processes


Develop energy saving
strategies


Identify/ monitor energy usage


Reduce operating cost


Deal with
utilities, bills, rates


Allocate costs or
bill tenants

Site

Maintenance

Energy

Consulting Eng.

IT/ Security


Network / Server uptime


Data security

& integrity


Physical Security


Access control



Video surveillance


Save energy consumption in
datacenters


Open protocol

systems


Reliable

solution


Choice of vendors


Easy to specify systems
and verify operation

Owner/ CFO


Planning & Budgeting


Control
operating costs


Need proven ROI for
spending


Peace of mind!

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What’s a dashboard?


A well
-
engineered representation of data that
fits the mission



Data and artwork that …


Gets Attention


Tells a Story


At any appropriate location


Using any appropriate technology


To the right audience


With the right metrics, KPIs


Glider

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787 Dashboard

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Role Based Dashboards



Commuter

Tony Stewart

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Role Based Information

Sustainability Officer

CFO

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Location Based Dashboards

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GETTING DATA

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Getting Data


Database to Database


Frameworks


Web Services, Drivers (Connectors)


XML


OBIX


Haystack


Queries


Mobile


Email, Text, Tweet, Apps


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Lighting

Electrical

Card Access

Video

Elevators

HVAC

Buildings have many systems


No Data Sharing


Silos of systems


Silos of responsibility

Disparate Systems

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BACnet

Modbus

DALI

LonWorks

ZigBee

Proprietary


Silos of Protocols




Disparate Protocols

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INTELLIGENT BUILDING
SYSTEMS

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Interoperability of Protocols & Systems

BACnet

Modbus

LonWorks

Proprietary



Interoperability Middleware Frameworks
Normalize Device Protocols.


Everything looks the same regardless of
protocol or system


Tools for easy integration

M I D D L E W A R E F R A M E W O R K

Energy

Access

Lighting

HVAC

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Integration through Web Services

New applications and services

Energy

IP

Cameras

Web Browser

Access Control


Appliance

HVAC

Lighting

Modbus

BACNet

LON

MODBUS
®


Enterprise Applications

Local Area Network

HTTP

XML, oBIX,

Elevator

Control

XML

oBIX

Enterprise Integration


OpenADR

Utility and Aggregators

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REAL SYSTEM
EXAMPLES

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Integrated Floor Plan

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Security Dashboard

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Energy & Emissions Dashboard

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Energy Management & Information


Connect


Manage


Analyze


Detect



Getting more granular with sub
-
metering


Find the
Issues
before the
Fire


Continual Monitoring



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Schools Get It!

Weather, Irrigation, Plumbing, Food Safety, Solar

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Facility Ranking

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Leverage Technology & Value

Weather, Leaks

Pilferage, Food
Safety

Card Access,
Event Scheduling

Weather, Demand
Response

Vandalism,
Leaks

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Video for Facilities


Integrated Video with Equipment Status and Temperature

Burner On

160 Deg

Fuel=Oil

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Re
-
task Video on Alarm/Event

Freeze Alarm =


Look to Ceiling

Water flow @ Night =

Look toward Restroom Door

Intruder in Frame =

Turn on All Lights,


Inside and Outside

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A set of “eyes” to look at a high risk area before entering

Video Integration
-

Transformer Vault

IN=13,804 V

OUT=480 V

138 Deg

IN=13,804 V

OUT=480 V

138 Deg

84.6 Deg

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UTILITY INTEGRATION

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Automated Demand Response


Connect the utility or aggregator directly to the facility



Utility or aggregator provides financial incentives to
adjust building energy usage in real time




ADR enabled building controller


Ensure the building stays within safety and comfort standards


Adjust usage in increments depending on utility demand


Keep an energy and activity log to verify demand reduction



Utility controls demand on the grid



Owner gets a check!





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Advanced Demand Response Example

Elevator

Plant

Power/Lighting

Energy

Reconciliation

“Demand Response Alarm”

“I have capacity”

“Raise Set point 1 degree”

Wireless

“Slow Car Speed”

XML

“90% Load”

“Circuit 1, 2 Off”

MODBUS
®


“Verified KW Shed”


Generate / email Invoice



SMTP

OpenADR

Utility

HVAC

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REAL PROJECTS


REAL VALUE

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C
-
Store, QSR

Benefits


Energy & Operational
Savings


Reduced Equipment
Downtime


Reduced Risks


Better Customer
Experience


Higher Profits



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New Kent VA Rest Area

LEED Gold


Rainwater Harvesting

Grey Water Management

Geothermal


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Manitoba Hydro Place


LEED Platinum


Manitoba Hydro Place has exceeded the
original target of 60% energy savings



$15 million in annual operating costs savings


Integrated natural ventilation, shades, blinds,
geothermal, atrium water feature


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City of Raleigh


HVAC, Lighting, Security, Video,
Metering, Car Charging



Increased Customer Satisfaction



Lower Operational Cost



Energy Visibility & Reduction



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MGM Grand

MGM Grand/Macau


Yearly Savings in excess of $3.1M



Over 25 Million kW’s saved



Theatrical and Building Systems Interface

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San Francisco Public Utilities Commission


LEED Platinum


Exterior sun shades


Natural ventilation with the use of operable
windows


Wind turbines along the façade


Three roof top solar platforms with 684 panels


45% daylight harvesting


Living machine wastewater recycling for flushing
use


Rain harvesting for irrigation


uses 55% percent less energy
and consumes 32% less
electrical demand than the
ASHRAE baseline standard.

Jim
Sinopoli
-
Realcomm

Advisory

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SFPUC IBMS


13,500 Points


450 Dashboards


Rain harvesting for irrigation


Elevator Monitoring


Waste Water Treatment System


Direct Digital Controls


Digital Network Lighting Controls


Power Monitoring and Control System


Fire Alarm and Detection System


Solar Energy Collector Metering


Wind Energy Power Generator Metering


Interior & Exterior Shade Control System


Weather Station Monitoring System


Window Washing System


Water Reclamation




Public information & Education


Demand Response


Alarm management


Building Analytics

Jim
Sinopoli
-
Realcomm

Advisory

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Data Center/Telecom

Optimum Uptime



Data Centers


Communications Huts


Battery Power and Distribution


Generation


Server Racks


Equipment Health

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Daewoo

Daewoo Automotive



Collecting data in real time from multiple
meters and various equipment systems
involved in the manufacturing and
production operation



Processing the data and calculating energy
usage and costs for each vehicle



Manage the energy efficiency on a
per
manufactured car basis

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Industrial Energy Optimization

Air Compressor Management


Output


Energy


Monitoring


Boiler Optimization


Honeywell Delphi


Web Interface


PLC interface


O2 Trim


Chiller Plant Management


Optimum Energy


Optimized Chiller Selection


Pump Management


Tower Optimization


Printing Press Energy


Quad Graphics


Energy Monitoring


Kw/Ton Paper


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Conclusions



Value of Integration


Energy Savings


Operational Savings


M & O


Better customer service response


Make SURE It Makes SENSE


Energy efficiency, comfort, and safety are now a key
component of facilities planning, design, and operation


Think about what the technology, applications, and
people can do for you.


If you can THINK it, you can DO it!


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QUESTIONS

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THANKS!

Ed Merwin