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1 It’s Not Just Temperature Controls Anymore! Niagara Sales Honeywell International Inc. Facilities System Integration for Optimized Energy, Safety, and Comfort

2 22 Agenda 1.Industry Update –Protocols –Adjacent Technologies 2.The Intelligent Building –Definition –Stakeholders’ Perspective 3.Building Systems –Traditional System vs Intelligent Integrated 4.Intelligent Building Systems Examples 5.Automated Demand Response

3 3 INDUSTRY UPDATE

4 44 Protocols BACnet Lon Works Modbus OPC SNMP OBIX DALI OpenADR Sedona Emerging Specialty Protocols

5 55 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 Sedona –Utilizes 6LowPan and is open souce WiFi –Becoming more affordable at the device level

6 66 Mesh Networking

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10 10 Mesh Networking

11 11 ADJACENT TECHNOLOGIES

12 12 Emerging Technologies IPV6 –Expanding the IP address space IPSO Alliance –IP for smart objects –IT and Buildings Industry Partners M2M Internet Of Things

13 13 THE INTELLIGENT BUILDING

14 14 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.

15 15 Intelligent Building Characteristics Designed around Users Improves Security Enhances Comfort Energy Intelligence Provides Energy Savings Enterprise-wide Energy Monitoring Everything Communicates System Data Sharing Local Command and Control Remote Command and Control Designed for Reliability

16 16 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 17 TRADITIONAL BUILDING SYSTEMS

18 18 Lighting Electrical Card Access VideoElevators HVAC Buildings have many systems No Data Sharing Silos of systems Silos of responsibility Disparate Systems

19 19 Traditional Systems Architecture Individual Central Servers No Data Sharing, Isolated Systems, Single point of failure Access Control Server EnergyHVACLighting ElevatorVideo Server

20 20 BACnet Modbus DALI LonWorksZigBee Proprietary Silos of Protocols DISPARATE PROTOCOLS

21 21 Traditional Systems Protocols Facility Systems may actually be made up of multiple individual systems based on protocol. Lon HVAC Lon Server BACnet HVAC BACnet Server Proprietary HVAC Proprietary Server HVAC SYSTEM

22 22 INTELLIGENT BUILDING SYSTEMS

23 23 Connect and Integrate Energy Access LightingHVAC Intelligent Buildings Connect and Integrate Disparate Systems

24 24 Interoperability Framework Energy Access LightingHVAC Interoperability Middleware Frameworks Connect and Integrate Systems M I D D L E W A R E F R A M E W O R K

25 25 Normalize Protocols BACnet Modbus LonWorks Proprietary Intelligent Buildings Normalize Device Protocols.

26 26 Interoperability of Protocols BACnet ModbusLonWorksProprietary Interoperability Middleware Frameworks Normalize Device Protocols. Everything looks the same regardless of protocol M I D D L E W A R E F R A M E W O R K

27 27 Example Scenario Class A, Multi-tenant Office Building Systems being installed: –Security - Card Access, Video, Elevator Access and Intrusion –HVAC –Lighting –Energy Monitoring –Tenant Billing HVAC and Lights Scheduled 7am-7pm M-F After hours usage billed extra

28 28 Framework Example Unoccupied building, Saturday night Card Access Video IntrusionElevator HVAC Lighting Energy Tenant Billing System Interaction:

29 29 Framework Example Scott swipes card at main entrance, works on 4 th floor South Card Access Video IntrusionElevator HVAC Lighting Energy Tenant Billing System Interaction: “Access Granted, Zone 4”

30 30 Framework Example Video system needs to verify and record Scott’s entrance Card Access Video IntrusionElevator HVAC Lighting Energy Tenant Billing System Interaction: “Access Granted, Zone 4” “Camera Preset 1, Initiate Recording”

31 31 Framework Example Alarm system armed, need to disarm 4 th floor intrusion zone Card Access Video IntrusionElevator HVAC Lighting Energy Tenant Billing System Interaction: “Access Granted, Zone 4” “Camera Preset 1, Initiate Recording” “Disarm Intrusion Zone 4”

32 32 Framework Example Allow access to 4 th floor Card Access Video IntrusionElevator HVAC Lighting Energy Tenant Billing System Interaction: “Access Granted, Zone 4” “Camera Preset 1, Initiate Recording” “Disarm Intrusion Zone 4” “Floor 4 Enable”

33 33 Framework Example It is hot in Scott’s office, turn on AC Card Access Video IntrusionElevator HVAC Lighting Energy Tenant Billing System Interaction: “Access Granted, Zone 4” “Camera Preset 1, Initiate Recording” “Disarm Intrusion Zone 4” “Floor 3 Enable”“Zone 4 Occupied”

34 34 Framework Example Scott needs light on 4 th floor hallway and office Card Access Video IntrusionElevator HVAC Lighting Energy Tenant Billing System Interaction: “Access Granted, Zone 4” “Camera Preset 1, Initiate Recording” “Disarm Intrusion Zone 4” “Floor 3 Enable”“Zone 4 Occupied” “Circuit 1, 2 ON”

35 35 Framework Example Lights and AC for Scott used 50 kWH Card Access Video IntrusionElevator HVAC Lighting Energy Tenant Billing System Interaction: “Access Granted, Zone 4” “Camera Preset 1, Initiate Recording” “Disarm Intrusion Zone 4” “Floor 3 Enable”“Zone 4 Occupied” “Circuit 1, 2 ON” “Totalize light and HVAC for Zone 4”

36 36 Framework Example Invoice Scott $150 for after hours energy usage Card Access Video IntrusionElevator HVAC Lighting Energy Tenant Billing System Interaction: “Access Granted, Zone 4” “Camera Preset 1, Initiate Recording” “Disarm Intrusion Zone 4” “Floor 3 Enable”“Zone 4 Occupied” “Circuit 1, 2 ON” “Totalize light and HVAC for Zone 4” “Generate / Invoice for after hours usage”

37 37 Energy Video Cameras Elevator Control Access Control HVAC Lighting ModbusBACnetLON Local Area Network XMLBACnet Integrated Architecture Common User Interface Accessible from anywhere

38 38 Floor Plan

39 39 Security Dashboard

40 40 Lighting Dashboard

41 41 Energy & Emissions Dashboard

42 42 Example Scenario 2 School District Central Food Preparation Center Systems being installed: –Security - Card Access, Video and Intrusion –HVAC –Lighting –Energy Monitoring HVAC and Lights Scheduled 7am-7pm M-F

43 43 Framework Example 2 Unoccupied building, Saturday Morning, Forgot Access Card Card Access Video Intrusion HVAC Lighting Energy System Interaction: Web Browser Smart Phone

44 44 Framework Example 2 Unoccupied building, Saturday Morning Card Access Video Intrusion HVAC Lighting Energy System Interaction: Web Browser Smart Phone “ Alarm Freezer Hot”

45 45 Framework Example 2 Unoccupied building, Saturday Morning, Troubleshoot alarm Card Access Video Intrusion HVAC Lighting Energy System Interaction: Web Browser Smart Phone “ Alarm Freezer Hot” “Connects to System”

46 46 Framework Example 2 Unoccupied building, Saturday Morning, Use camera to verify suspected freezer problem Card Access Video Intrusion HVAC Lighting Energy System Interaction: Web Browser Smart Phone “ Alarm Received” “Connects to System” “Sees Freezer Door Open”

47 47 Framework Example 2 Unoccupied building, Saturday Morning,, Forgot Access Card Card Access Video Intrusion HVAC Lighting Energy System Interaction: Web Browser Smart Phone “ Alarm Received” “Connects to System” “Sees Freezer Door Open” “Verify Employee”

48 48 Framework Example 2 Unoccupied building, Saturday Morning, Security un locks door Card Access Video Intrusion HVAC Lighting Energy System Interaction: Web Browser Smart Phone “ Alarm Received” “Connects to System” “Sees Freezer Door Open” “Unlocks Door” “Verify Employee”

49 49 Framework Example 2 Card Access Video Intrusion HVAC Lighting Energy Web Browser Smart Phone “ Alarm Received” “Connects to System” “Sees Freezer Door Open” “Unlocks Door” “Verify Employee” “Turns On Lights”

50 50 Framework Example 2 Card Access Video Intrusion HVAC Lighting Energy Web Browser Smart Phone “ Alarm Received” “Connects to System” “Sees Freezer Door Open” “Unlocks Door” “Verify Employee” “Turns On Lights” “Disables Alarm”

51 51 Framework Example 2 Card Access Video Intrusion HVAC Lighting Energy Web Browser Smart Phone “ Alarm Received” “Connects to System” “Sees Freezer Door Open” “Unlocks Door” “Verify Employee” “Turns On Lights” “Disables Alarm”

52 52 Framework Example 2 Card Access Video Intrusion HVAC Lighting Energy Web Browser Smart Phone “ Alarm Received” “Connects to System” “Sees Freezer Door Open” “Unlocks Door” “Verify Employee” “Turns On Lights” “Disables Alarm” “Energy Report Received”

53 53 Example Interface Integrated Video with Equipment Status and Temperature Burner On 160 Deg Fuel=Oil

54 54 Example Interface Integrated Video with Room Temp

55 55 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

56 56 A set of “eyes” to look at a high risk area before entering Transformer Vault IN=13,804 V OUT=480 V 138 Deg IN=13,804 V OUT=480 V 138 Deg 84.6 Deg

57 57 AUTOMATED DEMAND RESPONSE (ADR)

58 58 ADR 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!

59 59 ADR Example “Demand Response Alarm” OpenADR Building Controller

60 60 “Demand Response Alarm” “I have capacity” OpenADR ADR Example Building Controller

61 61 “Demand Response Alarm” “I have capacity” “Raise Setpoint 1 degree, If unoccupied raise 3 degrees” Wireless OpenADR ADR Example Building Controller

62 62 Elevator “Demand Response Alarm” “I have capacity” “Raise Setpoint 1 degree” Wireless “Slow Car Speed” XML OpenADR ADR Example Building Controller

63 63 Elevator HVAC “Demand Response Alarm” “I have capacity” “Raise Setpoint 1 degree” Wireless “Slow Car Speed” XML “90% Load” OpenADR ADR Example Building Controller

64 64 Elevator HVAC Power/Lighting “Demand Response Alarm” “I have capacity” “Raise Setpoint 1 degree” Wireless “Slow Car Speed” XML “90% Load” “Circuit 1, 2 Off” MODBUS ® OpenADR ADR Example Building Controller

65 65 Elevator HVAC Power/Lighting Energy “Demand Response Alarm” “I have capacity” “Raise Setpoint 1 degree” Wireless “Slow Car Speed” XML “90% Load” “Circuit 1, 2 Off” MODBUS ® “Verified Demand Shed” OpenADR ADR Example Building Controller

66 66 Elevator HVAC Power/Lighting Energy Reconciliation “Demand Response Alarm” “I have capacity” “Raise Setpoint 1 degree” Wireless “Slow Car Speed” XML “90% Load” “Circuit 1, 2 Off” MODBUS ® “Verified Demand Shed” “Generate / Invoice ” SMTP OpenADR ADR Example Building Controller

67 67 Conclusions Value of Integration –Energy Savings –Operational Savings – M & O –Better customer response –Hard saving numbers from industry adopters Energy, comfort, and safety are now a key component of facilities planning, design, and operation Energy usage must continue to be optimized Technology advancements have reduced the cost of implementing and maintaining intelligent, integrated buildings

68 68 QUESTIONS

69 69 THANKS!


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