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Technology Roadmap for Intelligent Buildings. October 31, 2002 David Dern. Marketing Director Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA). Steering Committee Fifteen industry leaders Suppliers Consultants Building Owners Energy Providers Government Experts Equity Markets.

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October 31 2002 david dern

Technology Roadmap for Intelligent Buildings

October 31, 2002

David Dern

Marketing Director

Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA)


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Steering Committee

Fifteen industry leaders

Suppliers

Consultants

Building Owners

Energy Providers

Government Experts

Equity Markets

Technology Roadmap


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Definition of an intelligent building

A building and its infrastructure which provides the owner, operator and occupant with an environment which is flexible, effective, comfortable and secure through the use of integrated technological building systems, communications and controls.

Continental Automated Buildings Association


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Facts about the industry in North America

  • $120 billion per year of electricity and gas consumption

  • $160 billion per year in operations and maintenance services provided by more than 40,000 suppliers

  • From 1995 - 2000, commercial offices have become 11% less efficient in managing energy consumption

  • Vacancy rates are climbing…rents and profits are declining

  • Environmental pressures are increasing

  • Increasing reliance on high-quality “off-grid” energy will continue

The industry must find a way to increase services and

profits while reducing costs


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Intelligent Buildings Technologies can incorporate:

Fire and life safety systems

Heating ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC)

Elevators and escalators

Access control systems and security systems

Lighting management

Energy management systems

Telecommunications

IT infrastructure

Community infrastructure

End user services

Candidate Systems


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LIGHTING

Schedules

Occupancy Sensing

FIRE

Functionality checks

Detector service

Fire, Life, Safety

LIFTS

Breakdown

Maintenance

Traffic Performance

SECURITY

Doors

PIR

Integration

G

COMMUNICATIONS

Voice/Video/Data

W

ACCESS

Doors

Buildings

Occupancy

Feed Forward

24/7 Monitoring

Breakdown

Plant Tuning

Conditioned Monitoring

Car Park Utilisation

E

ENERGY

Utility Monitoring

(Elec/Water/Gas/Oil)

Tenant Building

Air/Water

Heat

Lighting

Back-up Generation

HVAC

Air-Handling Unit

Boilers

Pumps

Fans

Energy Control

Variable Air Volume

Air Quality

What is an Intelligent Building?


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Stakeholders - Who benefits?

  • Government and other industry agencies

  • Real Estate developers

  • Building Owners / Operators

  • Architects

  • Design engineers

  • Construction industry

  • Building equipment and system suppliers

  • Technology developers

  • Building occupants/end users

  • Service Providers


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Survey Industry Leaders - Results


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Challenges & Barriers

  • Cost - who will pay?

  • Lease structures

  • Public education

  • Technology “silos”

  • Not all stakeholders aware of benefits

  • Codes & standards do not always support integrated & intelligent processes

  • “Rush” to judgment & short-term solutions

  • “Real-time” monitoring & diagnostic tools not available on all sub-systems

  • Tradition

  • Education / Training for industry professionals


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OPC/XML

BACnet/LonWorks

Technology

Open Standards

Interoperability

Innovation

Plug n Play

Evolution of Interoperability

IT Standards are driving the transfer, communications

and transport layers….

Modbus/DDE

Multi-Vendor

Common

Protocols

Proprietary

Systems

Connectivity

Integration

  • Information is

  • distributed on a

  • transport layer

    • Hardwire (Ethernet, Firewire, Serial)

    • Optical (Fiber)

    • Wireless (BlueTooth, WAP, IEEE 802.11)


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CABA's Intelligent & Integrated Buildings Conference "Profiting From The Intelligent Building"December 2-3, 2002Toronto, Canadawww.caba.org/iibc


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50+ members

from all building

disciplines

CABA Intelligent & Integrated Buildings Council

“To encourage the development, promotion, pursuit and understanding of

integrated systems and automation in homes and buildings.”

www.caba.org

Building Assessment & Building Enhancement Guidelines

24 Industry leaders - Report released May 31 www.ctbuh.org

David Maola, Executive Director

  • International Council for Research and Innovation

    • in Building and Construction www.cibworld.nl

  • W098 - “Intelligent & Responsive Buildings”

  • “To provide an international forum for discussion and critique on research,

  • development and design activities related to intelligent architecture,

  • technologies, systems and materials and their integration within the

  • design, construction, operation and management of buildings.”

Industry Leadership Activities


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CABA’s Mission

To encourage the development, promotion pursuit and understanding of integrated home and building automation systems.


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www.caba.org

Continental Automated Buildings Association


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