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1 © Franke, May 27, 2010 New Market Opportunity: A Report on the Quick Server Restaurant Market’s use of LonMark Standards Tracy Markie – Engenuity Systems, Inc. Mike Gibson – Echelon Corporation

2 © Franke, Quick Serve Restaurant Opportunity 2

3 © Franke, Quick Serve Restaurant – Energy & Apps BUILDING SIDE: Automatic utility demand response Peak shaving Optimized start Monitor or Control of: Hot water heater Gas tank monitor Oil recovery system/tank Hot Water heater Drive through heater Gas leak detectors Irrigation (sprinkler) control Back door control Security system and camera KITCHEN SIDE: Smart Ventilation (Ventilation Tuning) Smart Stand-by Smart Fire-Up Schedule Energy Consumption by Area of Restaurant

4 © Franke, Rank by RevenueChainSegmentNumber of Units 3Subway21,195 1McDonald'sBurger13,862 5StarbucksSnack10,684 7Pizza HutPizza7,515 2Burger KingBurger7,488 4Wendy'sBurger6,645 9Dunkin' DonutsSnack5,769 15Dairy QueenBurger5,695 6Taco BellMexican5,580 8KFCChicken5,358 12Domino's PizzaPizza5,155 18Quiznos Subs4,636 11Arby's3,564 10Sonic Drive-InBurger3,343 32Baskin RobbinsSnack2,763 17Papa John's PizzaPizza2,760 13Jack in the BoxBurger2,132 25Little Caesars PizzaPizza1,967 19Hardee'sBurger1,926 20PopeyesChicken1,905 41Cold Stone CreamerySnack1,384 14Chick-fil-AChicken1,365 26Church's ChickenChicken1,301 16Panera Bread1,230 21Carl's Jr.Burger1,141 27Long John Silver'sSeafood1,081 40Papa Murphy's PizzaPizza1,057 23Panda ExpressAsian1,052 30Checkers Drive-In/Rally'sBurger825 39SbarroPizza808 43Jamba JuiceSnack707 22WhataburgerBurger706 24ChipotleMexican704 45Jimmy John's632 33CiCi's PizzaPizza622 47Einstein/Noah's Bagels612 29Boston MarketChicken598 42Captain D'sSeafood549 36Del TacoMexican506 28Steak 'n ShakeBurger491 35Zaxby'sChicken409 37White CastleBurger406 49QdobaMexican395 44KrystalBurger391 34Bojangle'sChicken390 38El Pollo LocoChicken389 31Culver'sBurger372 50FuddruckersBurger237 48In-N-Out BurgerBurger213 46Jason's Deli , Top 50 QSR Chains

5 © Franke, Mains Panel w/manual RTU controls & labels CURRENT HVAC CONTROL SCHEME

6 © Franke, Return Air temp sensor in the Kitchen and Dining RTU controls 2 stages of cooling (there is no heating) CURRENT HVAC CONTROL SCHEME

7 © Franke, CURRENT LIGHTING CONTROL SCHEME Lighting circuits are split between the Mains Panel and two remote lighting control panels All lighting is manually controlled by store personnel and is color coded Red = Lights that do not turn OFF White = Lights that come ON at night Blue = Kitchen Lights Green = Dining Area Lights

8 © Franke, Energy Management 8

9 © Franke, Outside lighting, (parking lot, building, signage) Inside lighting, controlled by schedule HVAC units, controlled by schedule and indoor sensors...all managed via EEMS Dashboard THE SYSTEM: WHAT IT DOES

10 © Franke, RTU’s (Existing) Touch-Screen User Interface Power Meter Lighting Control Remote Temp Sensors Humidity Control Interface to Smart Equipment Communicating Thermostats eBoxx I/O Controller Lighting Contactor SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE Current Transducers Supply Air Temp Sensor

11 © Franke, USER INTERFACE (“DASHBOARD”)

12 © Franke, HVAC Screen

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19 © Franke, “My temperature isn’t what you set it to be!” “You could be saving money on energy -- right now!” “I have a problem--and here’s what it might be…” “It’s time to do a PM task. Let me show you how.” “I’ve got a new program to upload. Tell me when to begin.” WHAT DOES SMART EQUIPMENT HAVE TO SAY?

20 © Franke, Smart Kitchen Equipment Development (LonWorks) Enabled LLOV Fryer ›F›Frymaster ›H›Henny Penny NNext Generation Grill ›T›Taylor ›G›Garland SShake / Sundae ›T›Taylor ›C›Carpigiani HHD UHC ›F›Frymaster ›P›Prince Castle AABS ›C›Cornelius Field Upgradable  Beverage System › Manitowoc › Cornelius  Ice Machines › Scotsman › Manitowoc  Fry Dispenser › Franke › Automated Equipment  Toaster › Prince Castle › Antunes  Blended Ice Machine › Taylor › Manitowoc Future  Specialty Coffee  Walk-Ins  Reach-Ins

21 © Franke, DASHBOARD: EQUIPMENT ALERTS

22 © Franke, DASHBOARD: EQUIPMENT STATUS (BY ITEM)

23 © Franke, DASHBOARD: ALERT DETAIL

24 © Franke, Integrated Dashboard APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT PATH Energy Management HAACP Monitoring Equipment Alerts Preventive Maintenance Remote Diagnostics Production Management Asset Management Menu Downloads

25 © Franke, RTU’s (Existing) Touch-Screen User Interface Power Meter Lighting Control Remote Temp Sensors Humidity Control Interface to Smart Equipment Communicating Thermostats eBoxx I/O Controller Lighting Contactor INTEGRATION TO SMART EQUIPMENT Current Transducers Supply Air Temp Sensor eBoxx communicates BOTH to EEMS and Smart Equipment; no additional hardware or integration needed

26 © Franke, EXPANSION PATH: BUILDING SIDE EEMS Supports Other HVAC/Lighting Optimization Strategies… Advanced lighting control, including dimming (daylight harvesting) and occupancy control (example: Restrooms) Economizers and other high-efficiency add-ons and units Staggered RTU starts, integrated with kitchen activity Load shifting through time scheduling Advanced dehumidification using any one of 5 strategies Multiple store data aggregation, providing store-to-store comparison and analysis Advanced metering for individual analysis and control of energy-wasting products and systems Smart Maintenance program using alarming, trending, data logging and remote notification (text messages and s) PRESENTATION TITLE26

27 © Franke, Fran ke Conf ident ial KITCHEN APPLICATION EXAMPLE: SMART VENTILATION Decreases or increases the exhaust air flow and make up air flow in proportion to the cooking load Saves money by not “wasting” conditioned make-up air during low volume cooking times Enables exhaust fans to run more efficiently Can be integrated seamlessly to the Smart Equipment infrastructure

28 © Franke, Fran ke Conf ident ial 3 -Vat Fryer Exhaust Fan Exhaust Fan Motor Speed Controller 3-Vat Fryer 3- Platen Grill 3-Vat Fryer Cook Event Translator Exhaust Fan Make Up Air (into Restaurant) eBoxx KITCHEN APPLICATION EXAMPLE: SMART VENTILATION

29 © Franke, Networked Restaurant Power Line Router LonWorks Server Store Computer Control Panel Polaris External Alert/Maintenance Equipment Stats Kitchen Equipment Corporate Internal HVAC Lighting (New Stores) Software for use at Restaurant: Energy Savings Preventive Maintenance Food Safety, etc. Remote Users, Service Agents, etc.

30 © Franke, Additional Applications for Platform Smart Equipment and… Hot Water Heater control Drive through heater Solar power Occupancy-based lighting (i.e., restrooms) Leak detection Irrigation control Back door control Security

31 © Franke, May 27, 2010 Thank You! Tracy Markie – Engenuity Systems, Inc. Mike Gibson – Echelon Corporation


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