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Technology Roadmap for Intelligent Buildings

Presented to IMEI

January 28, 2003

Mexico City

David Dern

Marketing Director

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www.caba.org

Continental Automated Buildings Association

CABA--Who We Are...

CABA \’CA-BA\ noun (since 1988)

Definition: 1. Continental Automated Buildings Association

2. Your Information Source for Home & Building Automation

  • Synonyms: See Competitive Intelligence, Cost Savings, Networking, Market and Technology Trends and Interoperability.
  • Mission Statement: To encourage the development, promotion, pursuit and understanding of integrated systems and automation in homes and buildings.
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Intelligent & Integrated Buildings Council

Mandate: Explore the opportunities and trends in large building automation and integrated systems

How is this accomplished?

-IIBCouncil Meetings

-IIBConference

-IIBCouncil Task Forces

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Intelligent & Integrated Buildings Council

  • IIBConference
    • 100 industry delegates in 2002, Toronto, CANADA
    • High level speakers and case studies
    • Conference sessions including: Energy Management, Security, Standards/Middleware/Interoperability, Marketing the IB, Life Cycle Cost Benefits and Case Studies
    • www.caba.org/iibc
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Continental Automated Buildings Association

Intelligent & Integrated Buildings Council

  • IIBCouncil Task Forces
  • 1. Intelligent Building Ranking Criterion & Procedure
  • 2. Middleware
  • 3. The Life Cycle Costs of Intelligent & Integrated Buildings
  • 4. Best-Practices Guide for Selecting IBTs
  • 5. Demonstration Project
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Technology Roadmap for Intelligent Buildings

  • Explores and explains the current status and imminent opportunities offered by accelerating the evolution and use of intelligent building technologies. The focus is on commercial, institutional and high-rise residential buildings, both new projects and retro-fits, in a five year horizon.
    • Defines Intelligent Buildings Technology (IBT) systems
    • Examines requirements of building managers and tenants
    • Identifies opportunities to reduce building operating costs using IBTs
    • Examines challenges to IBTs, including need for interoperability of sub-systems
    • Stresses need to quantify the benefits and increase awareness of IBTs through education
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IB Definition

Intelligent Building: One where technological buildings systems, communications and controls are integrated to create an infrastructure and a building that provides the owner, operator and occupant with an environment which is flexible, effective, comfortable and secure.

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

BUILDING MANAGEMENT

OFFICE AUTOMATION

Intelligent Building

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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

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In other words...

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The Benefits

  • The ability to access a building independently and securely outside of normal working hours
  • Standardized infrastructure allows for simple upgrades and modification of systems
  • Higher building and rental value
  • Lower and/or controllable consumption costs
  • Greater occupant/tenant control over building systems
  • A single control point interfaces allows for easy modification of telephone, security, LAN, wireless devices, building directory, etc...
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The Benefits--for the Stakeholders

  • Building Developers
  • Advanced functionality
  • Customize building spaces
  • Building Owners/Operators
  • Reduce operating and maintenance costs
  • Some building function can also be given to the occupant.
  • Greater operational flexibility and need for less staff
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The Benefits--for the Stakeholders

  • Developer/Owners
  • Automation reduces the cost of operating staff
  • Added building functionality results in increased rents and building value
  • Equipment and System Manufacturers
  • Standards based products + interoperable systems= decreased costs and increase reliability. Therefore, a bigger pie is created
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The Challenges

  • Financial impact
    • Higher up front costs versus lower operational costs
  • Need for an integrated design/build process (including architects, engineers, owners, developers, and contractors)
  • IBs must react to component and system failures more reliably
  • Education, experience and changed practices are needed throughout the supplier community
  • Competing technologies
  • Unclear standards
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The Challenges--for the Stakeholders

  • Developers/Owners
  • New methods and techniques are needed
  • Challenge of accepting a higher financial risk/investment weighed against a higher financial return.
  • Need for education
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The Challenges--for the Stakeholders

  • Occupant/Tenant
  • Must be made aware of the changes in building operation. Costs and savings must be managed.
  • Designers
  • Team committment
  • Construction Processes
  • Traditional construction process
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The Challenges--for the Stakeholders

  • Building Codes
  • Current codes may be too restrictive to allow for the ideal installation
  • Move towards objective-based codes
  • Technology
  • Competing standards
  • Proprietary technologies
  • LACK OF INTEROPERABILITY!
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Opportunities

  • Trends
  • Integration of communications providing an overall integration solution
  • Single control console that uses a single software
  • Phase out of separate control rooms
  • Shift from investment based on lowest initial cost to one based on highest value
  • Suppliers developing intelligent, self-diagnosing, fault-tolerant controllers
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Market Drivers

  • Reduced costs
  • Greater ease of operation (operator and tenant)
  • Greater reliability

Societal Impacts

  • Worker connectivity
  • IBTs are positioned to allow workers to access and control their work environments
  • “It’s common for technology to be introduced to reduce costs, while its greatest value turns out to be the added value capabilities it brings.”
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Future Technology Impacts

  • Fibre optics
  • Biometrics
  • Terrorism
  • Multi-function sensors (temp., IAQ, light, occupancy)
  • Software and interfaces now allow users to control their workspace
  • Because technological solutions exist, tenants are starting to demand them
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Conclusions (top 5)

  • There are currently many IBT products capable of automating and integrating all major building systems
  • BAS can reduce costs and increase productivity and comfort
  • Lack of properly assessable IBT reference projects
  • Significant shortage of trained, knowledgeable and certified professionals in the design, installation and integration of IBSystems
  • IBTs require the cooperation of the entire design team including the owner, developer, architect and engineers
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Recommendations (top 6)

  • Increase awareness of IBTs and their positive impact on the investment
    • Document the savings through cost/benefit analyses
    • Reference examples
    • Demonstration projects
  • Education must be provided at all levels (includes architects, engineers, developers, owners and construction)
  • True interoperability must be pursued
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Recommendations (top 6)

  • Warranty related
    • Ensure that individual systems interoperate
    • Building codes must realize that IBTs provide improved safety and functionality
  • Contractual recommendations
    • Contracts must contain non-exclusive service requirements and sharing of service facilities
    • Service agreements must ensure overall system reliability
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Recommendations (top 6)

  • Adoption of a single communications infrastructure with an integrated design (Division 17)
    • Communications becomes a utility within building
    • Single contractor to install communications infrastructure
    • Certify communications infrastructure
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CABA ONLINE24/7 INFORMATION SERVICE PROVIDES:

  • Instant access to searchable industry intelligence
  • Searchable CABA member database
  • Training and Networking opportunities
  • Conference Features/Upcoming Events
  • Access to recent industry presentations
  • Access to current Protocol/Standards information

The Benefit: Efficient access to valuable industry information that will ensure the continued profitability of your company!

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