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1 1 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. World class buildings for World class Education Andy Macleod UK Education Sector Manager Cisco Systems 24 th May 2005

2 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 222 Background to project- Connected Campus World class buildings for World class education Convergence of buildings and Education best practise examples – breadth not depth Developing the Ecosystem – who are the stakeholders? Connected Colleges and Campuses – the plan

3 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 333 Definitions – what are we talking about Intelligent Buildings NETbuildings E- Buildings Smart Buildings I – Buildings Converged / connected real estate (WPR) Cisco Connected Real Estate Connected Campus, College and Schools

4 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 444 Connected Colleges IP Convergence IP Building Platform IP Comm. Platform Multi Function Systems Life/ Safety and Security Building Automation Data VoiceVideo Single Function Systems Fire Safety Control Access Control HVAC Control Electricity Lighting Elevators Control Data Comm. Fax and Text Comm. Voice Comm. TV and Images Building Systems User Systems Security The Next Wave of Convergence... Information & Building Systems BuildingServices (Ethernet enabled) ICTServices ‘The electronic campus’

5 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved © 2003 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Attracts staff students& partners Generates revenue and Service streams Attracts staff students& partners Generates revenue and Service streams Improve Health, Safety & Security Improve Health, Safety & Security Reduce building Lifecycle costs Reduce building Lifecycle costs ‘Productivity’ learning Collaboration & fun Centre of Community ‘Productivity’ learning Collaboration & fun Centre of Community Flexible, Adaptable Buildings Converging IT and Building Systems to create next generation Campus/Colleges

6 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 666 World Class further Education Huge investment (FE £1.7BN last two years- 300 projects) FE 50% of Building Stock needs replacing Plan to pull forward to 2010 BSF background - £10bn for our schools Applying Connected RE concept to UK Education- Developing stakeholder value to provide world class building services Can you help us build this?

7 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 777 IP Communications Fire Physical Security Lighting Visitor Access Elevator 24 / 7 Monitor EnergyHVAC WAN TODAY Open Standards Building Network LEGACY Disparate Building Networks Improving Real Estate Lifecycle Services Building & Information Technologies Are Converging

8 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 888 Conventional Building Systems Legacy Systems Operating in Silos Safety & Security Fire - Extinguishing - Smoke ventilation - Escape routes - Fire protection flaps Holdup Burglary Access control Video surveillance Emergency lighting HVAC Heating Used hot water Cooling Ventilation and air conditioning Single room control Voice Video Data Communication Elevators Electricity distribution Waste water Conveying technology Kitchen technology Special technologies Automation Alarming Monitoring Operation Maintenance Logging Alarming Monitoring Operation Maintenance Logging Alarming Monitoring Operation Maintenance Logging Alarming Monitoring Operation Maintenance Logging

9 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 999 Building Systems Over IP Platform Migrating to Common Communication Standards Centralized Operations Management Operation Maintenance Logging Enterprise Integration Alarming Monitoring IP and Wireless communication standards Safety & Security Fire - Extinguishing - Smoke ventilation - Escape routes - Fire protection flaps Holdup Burglary Access control Video Surveillance Emergency lighting HVAC Heating Used hot water Cooling Ventilation and air conditioning Single room control Voice Video Data Communication Elevators Electricity distribution Waste water Conveying technology Kitchen technology Special technologies Automation

10 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved Turn the heat up with an IP Phone!

11 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 11 Understanding Building Life Cycle CostsConceptConceptDesignDesignConstructConstruct Maintain & Operate Operate Development Period 2% 23% Operating Period 75 % years Architects Engineers Owner Developer Financing Asset Management (Owners) Facility Management (Users) Construction System Integrators Tech Vendors

12 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 12 Lifecycle Cost Savings ( WPR Germany) Capital Investmentup to 60% reduction –Integrated Infrastructure (50% cable install saving) –Plug and Play Installation –Staff Productivity Streamlined Operations up to 50% reduction –Centralized Operation Management –Automated Processes –Energy Efficiency

13 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 13 Building Infrastructure Investments Building$ 150 per sqft Electricity$ 15 per sqft Water$ 10 per sqft Gas$ 5 per sqft Communications $ 2 per sqft...communication investments are a “rounding error” in the financial pro-forma…IT is a utility (WPR study USA CA)

14 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 14 Example of Integrated Security Applications over the WAN ID CREDENTIAL MANAGEMENT CCTV & DIGITAL VIDEO SURVEILLANCE DATA & NETWORK SECURITY VISITOR MANAGEMENT ACCESS CONTROL Major Segments of Security INTRUSION DETECTION FIRE ALARM Video files Event linkages Video alarms Burglar Alarms Assets Locations Information protection BMS SEAMLESS INTEGRATION Single Database Single GUI Single Network Configuration Single Application Single Code Security & IT have converged and there will be a continuing trend to enable other BMS and edge devices onto IP platforms.

15 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 15 Connected Real Estate Roadmap- College map? Ease of Implementation Business Benefit L L H H Must Have’s Quick Wins Money Pits Low Hanging Fruit AVVID (Converged Voice, Video & Data) AVVID (Converged Voice, Video & Data) HVAC Video Surveillance Video Surveillance Access Control Access Control Energy Mgmt Energy Mgmt Lighting Asset Tracking Asset Tracking Fire/Life & Safety

16 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 16 BAS Waves of Adoption – IP Enabled Devices Ist Wave2nd Wave 3rd Wave HVAC AVVID Video Surveillance Video Surveillance Access Control Access Control Energy Mgmt Energy Mgmt Lighting Asset Tracking Asset Tracking Fire/Life & Safety

17 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 17 Falmouth College of Arts- CUC New build opportunity for regional development – Combined Universities of Cornwall State of the art Media Centre, Design Centre and Student Halls IP Infrastructure to support communications + teaching & learning Significant reduction in overall operating expenditure IP Applications include: Door access – IP phones CCTV IP to mobile phone SMS texting Student telephony Building management systems Wireless telephony Video streaming for eLearning

18 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 18 Crossways Academy IP Infrastructure at the College supporting: College access through connectionsless smart cards Biometric id for Library resources HVAC automation, mgt and control IP based CCTV providing pervasive security IP TV for distributing multi media around the academy Pervasive wireless for mobility and anywhere learning, and info

19 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 19 University College and School examples Car park barriers,CCTV and Trent - £savings on management. Biometric ID scanning helps prevent bullying in lunch queues and fingerprints help library assets. IPCCTV Lea – 41% drop vandalism( £46k broken windows and £75k graffiti & litter 33% increase in student numbers at Crossways. 70%reduction in since IP car barriers- and HVAC and IPT making savings SMT comms via IP wireless phones for ‘crowd control’ and canteen logistics in Academies – at no cost Lightbulbs and Glaswegians

20 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 20 © 2003, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 20 Developing the Ecosystem – stakeholder agendas & value- what is the FE/HE model? Staff/Students Collaboration Mobility Remote access Building Owners? Revenue streams New business models Attract & retain tenants Reduce churn Tenants? Business efficiency Cost benefits Core vs Context Investors? Value over time Yields ROA/ROI Facility Manager Operational efficiencies Service availability TCO Developers Cost of building Time to build Competitive Adv Principal/£dir Centre for Learning Attractive Flexible Low cost Estates Dir Mgt Space optimisation Flexibility The Network is the new utility (like water, electricity..)

21 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 21 Connected Campuses and Colleges – building the ecosystem Stakeholder workshops Collecting best practices & case studies Consultation with architects, M&E,Prime Contractors,Property consultants and associations Cisco working with BAS manufacturers,SIs, FM etc White papers, Blueprints Liaison with BECTA,NILTA,FERL,JISC, Dfes and ?Else? Ecosystem development - partners Stakeholder conferences/meetings feb- april World Class Buildings conference June 30 th

22 22 © 2002 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. World class transformation in further education Together we can build this. Thank you


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