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Technologies 1 Facility Systems Integration. Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Facilities System Integration for Optimized Energy, Safety, and Comfort.

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1 Technologies 1 Facility Systems Integration

2 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Facilities System Integration for Optimized Energy, Safety, and Comfort It’s Not Just Temperature Controls Anymore! Facility Systems Integration for Optimized Energy, Safety, and Comfort It’s Not Just Temperature Controls Anymore! Ed Merwin Director VYKON Automation, Energy, Security Tridium, Inc.

3 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Agenda Automation Industry Update –Protocols & Technologies Integrated Intelligent Buildings –Definition –Examples Real Projects – Real Value

4 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 INDUSTRY UPDATE

5 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Protocols BACnet Lon Works Modbus OPC SNMP OBIX DALI OpenADR ONVIF/PSIA Haystack Protocol Transition – Security, Encryption – IP

6 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Wireless IEE – 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

7 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 ADJACENT& EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

8 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 IT Security Security Standards and Certification – DIACAP – Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) – Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) – Transport Layer Security (TLS) Encryption

9 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Mobile Apps

10 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Mobile

11 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Emerging Technologies IPV6 – Expanding the IP address space IPSO Alliance – IP for smart objects – IT and Buildings Industry Partners Internet Of Things

12 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Power Technologies POE EMerge Alliance – An open industry association – Adoption of safe DC power distribution in commercial buildings

13 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 THE INTELLIGENT BUILDING

14 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 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

15 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Intelligent Building Characteristics Designed around Users Improves Security Enhances Comfort Provides Energy Savings Enterprise-wide Energy Monitoring Everything Communicates Local Command and Control Remote Command and Control Accessible from Anywhere The right data to the right people Affordable Adds Value

16 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 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 EnergyConsulting 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!

17 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 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

18 Proprietary Information Of Energy Dashboard

19 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Role Based Dashboards Commuter Tony Stewart

20 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Role Based Information Sustainability Officer CFO

21 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Location Based Dashboards

22 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 GETTING DATA

23 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Getting Data Database to Database Frameworks – Niagara Web Services, Drivers (Connectors) – XML – OBIX – Haystack – Queries Mobile – , Text, Tweet, Apps

24 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 TRADITIONAL BUILDING SYSTEMS

25 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Lighting Electrical Card Access VideoElevators HVAC Buildings have many systems No Data Sharing Silos of systems Silos of responsibility Disparate Systems

26 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 BACnet Modbus DALI LonWorksZigBee Proprietary Silos of Protocols Disparate Protocols

27 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 INTELLIGENT BUILDING SYSTEMS

28 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Interoperability of Protocols & Systems BACnet Modbus LonWorks Proprietary Open Middleware Frameworks Normalize Device Protocols. Provide tools for integration Everything looks the same regardless of protocol or system M I D D L E W A R E F R A M E W O R K EnergyAccess LightingHVAC

29 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Integration through Web Services New applications and services Energy IP Cameras Web Browser Access Control Appliance HVAC Lighting ModbusBACNetLON MODBUS ® Enterprise Applications Local Area Network HTTP XML, oBIX, Elevator Control XMLoBIX Enterprise Integration OpenADR Utility and Aggregators

30 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Leverage Technology & Value Weather, Leaks Pilferage, Food Safety Card Access, Event Scheduling Weather, Demand Response Vandalism, Leaks

31 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Video for Facilities Integrated Video with Equipment Status and Temperature Burner On 160 Deg Fuel=Oil

32 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 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

33 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Re-task Video on Alarm/Event Freeze Alarm = Look to Ceiling Water Night = Look toward Restroom Door Intruder in Frame = Turn on All Lights, Inside and Outside

34 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 UTILITY INTEGRATION

35 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 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!

36 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 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 / Invoice ” SMTP OpenADR Utility HVAC

37 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 REAL PROJECTS – REAL VALUE

38 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 C-Store, QSR Benefits Energy & Operational Savings Reduced Equipment Downtime Reduced Risks Better Customer Experience Higher Profits

39 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 New Kent VA Rest Area LEED Gold Rainwater Harvesting Grey Water Management Geothermal

40 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Manitoba Hydro Place LEED Platinum Exceeded the original target of 60% energy savings $15 million in annual operating costs savings Integrated natural ventilation, shades, blinds, geothermal, atrium water feature

41 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 City of Raleigh HVAC, Lighting, Security, Video, Metering, Car Charging Increased Customer Satisfaction Lower Operational Cost Energy Visibility & Reduction

42 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 MGM Grand MGM Grand/Macau Yearly Savings in excess of $3.1M Over 25 Million kW’s saved Theatrical and Building Systems Interface

43 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 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

44 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 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

45 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 Data Center/Telecom Optimum Uptime Data Centers – Communications Huts Battery Power and Distribution Generation Server Racks Equipment Health

46 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 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

47 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 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

48 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 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!

49 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 QUESTIONS

50 Proprietary Information Of Energy 2013 THANKS!


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