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Web Based Access Control and Integration to BAS March 2007 Steve Lucas – Sales Manager, Vykon Security Scott Muench - Technical Sales Manager © 2007 Tridium,

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1 Web Based Access Control and Integration to BAS March 2007 Steve Lucas – Sales Manager, Vykon Security Scott Muench - Technical Sales Manager © 2007 Tridium, Inc.

2 2 Web Based Access Systems Definition of Web Based Access Control System –Access Control application that can be accessed entirely from a standard Web Browser (ie, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox) 3 Types of Web Based Systems –Traditional host based system with web interface add-on –Web hosted application such as an ASP model –Browser based network appliance What is an Appliance? –Special purpose hardware platform with embedded software that handles a particular application (ie, Linksys router, IP camera, chiller plant controller)

3 3 Industry Trends – Access Control Progression of Access System Architectures –Host based server, client workstations –Master server, regional servers, client workstations –Embedded access systems, web browser based clients Traditional Access System Architectures are Changing –Network topology is flattening –Systems becoming more distributed Open Integration for Access Systems –Previously through custom proprietary serial drivers –Can also provide connectivity through API / SDK –Migrating towards open protocols – BACnet, LON, Modbus, Niagara –Now deliver content through web services – XML, oBIX

4 4 Traditional Access Control Arch. Central Server Full client workstations Isolated BAS Door Access Panel Host Based ServerClient Workstation Energy HVAC Lighting Door Access Panel Analog Cameras Local Area Network DVR

5 5 New Access Control Architecture Network topology is flattening Systems becoming more distributed Integrations through open protocols Energy IP Cameras Network Video Server Web Browser Access Control Appliance HVAC Lighting ModbusBACNetLON MODBUS ® Local Area Network

6 6 Industry Trends - BAS Facility Managers Seeking Tighter Integration with Lighting, HVAC, and Energy Management –Need for energy cost savings!! Access System Becoming Vital Component of BAS –Provides who enters the facility –Based on who, system can determine where individual lives and what resources they require Facilities can Exact Equipment Usage Based on Need –Reduces energy costs –Increases life expectancy on equipment –Track who and how much energy was consumed

7 7 Typical Building – Integration Example

8 8 Access System Configuration

9 9 Protocol Configuration

10 10 BAS System Configuration

11 11 Access / BAS Integration

12 12 Access / BAS Integration

13 13 BACnet Point Status

14 14 Return to Unoccupied

15 15 Enterprise Integration Business applications need security and building information Web based access systems combined with Web Services provides the plumbing to unlock this information New Enterprise applications are now possible such as –After hours tenant billing –Individual tenant comfort override and personal settings –Integrated smart building scenarios – the building simply knows what to do when you present your card

16 16 New Enterprise Integration Integration through Web Services New applications and services No Access Control PC required Energy IP Cameras Network Video Server Web Browser Access Control Appliance HVAC Lighting ModbusBACNetLON MODBUS ® Enterprise Applications Local Area Network HTTPXML, oBIX

17 17 Access System Results

18 18 oBIX Data BAS Zone Identifier

19 19 Issues: Traditional access systems are not embedded systems –Required host based servers –Required Client workstations with thick client software Traditional access systems not integrated in to Building Automation Systems –Standalone and isolated systems –Inefficient use of equipment and energy Limited Enterprise Integration –Lacking the who and the what –Money left on the table

20 20 Web Based Access Control and Integration to BAS

21 21 Benefits of Next Generation Access Systems Embedded, browser based –Full server functionality without the PC or Disk drive –Less intimidating investment More customers will invest in high tech security without the need for high tech training –Lower maintenance cost –No single point of failure –System can be sold with the building –No special operators software or PC Any browser is an operator station Access from anywhere for daily operation and maintenance

22 22 Benefits of Next Generation Access Systems BAS Integration –Lower installed cost of integrated systems vs. stand alone systems with overlapping features –Increased energy savings with tighter integration of occupancy for lighting and HVAC –Increased tenant satisfaction with one card swipe integrated control of security, lighting, and HVAC –Easy tenant override Enterprise Integration –Integral oBIX server lowers cost of integrating security data to the enterprise –No server PC required, big system functionality without the big system –Occupant and override data tightly integrated to enterprise applications for tenant billing, human resources etc.

23 23 Q & A We would like your feedback on todays TridiumTalk If you have any further questions, comments or topic suggestions, please them to Steve LucasScott MuenchRick Weisensale


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