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1 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 1 Building Service Performance Buildings and the Larger Community Michelle Raymond Principal Research Scientist Honeywell Labs (a situational impact perspective)

2 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 2 Situation Management Information Needs u Cleanly Cross Domains n Connect correct information NOW! n Information services n Reasoning services n Action services u Data Exchange Support n Sharing policies n Distribution assignment n Creating Common Operating Picture n Scope and view accounting

3 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 3 Having structured relationships amongst standardized information for a facility: u Defines facility information exchanges and resulting BIM data in way usable by specialized service providers u Organizes facility life-cycle information with associated data u Provides basis for longevity to the information and improves feasiblity of multiple checkpoints for data integrity Why an ontology?

4 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 4 NBIMS Business Processes u Business Processes n Interfaces to business processes at the core of NBIMS n Standardizing commonly-recognized relationships n Identify information needing to flow through the model n Make information available to appropriate parties Formalizing information flows will: n Identify authoritative sources for information n Ensure that correct data is collected n Data need only be entered once into the model

5 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 5 National BIM Standard Definition of BIM – buildingSMART Official Definition: A Building Information Model (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. As such it serves as a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life-cycle from inception onward.

6 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 6 6 © BIMS 2006 IAI-IFC Usage Space Natural Asset Linear Structure Structure Building Facility / Built Theatre / World Sub-Systems System Level Site Real Property Asset Country State / Province County Installation / Region Node Segment Room Space System Level Sub-Systems Room Water / Sea Land / Parcel Underground Air / Space Geospatial Information (GIS) Geospatial Information (GIS) Overlay Building information (Building Information Models) Building information (Building Information Models) Components City Hierarchical Information Relationships

7 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 7 7 IFC objects, relationships, space BUILDING Or Structure Sub-Systems (part of systems) Level (Stories) Attributes Vertical Room Void Business Groups Financial Classifications Assets Metrics Example FCA,MDI Example Rentable Space Circulation Area Example Furniture Equipment Phone Metrics Attributes Metrics Zones Personnel SYSTEMS –Ex. Structural, MEP, Flooring, Ceiling, Exterior, Walls SPACE-Vertical Horizontal, Empty OVERLAYS – Typically associated with building hierarchy elements. Example Space Assignment Business Group Example Marketing Administration Systems represent the physical entities of the building. Systems use NA classifications such as Omni-Class and Uniformat and are transported/exchanged via IFCs Space is physical in nature, but can be unbounded (have no or cross physical boundaries) but it will always be tied to the physical structure or systems in some way Overlays are more abstract data - organizational, operational, functional, financial, non-fixed assets, resources, personnel, etc. that is data tied to the Systems and Space Example Secure Areas Systems Metrics Example SUI,CI Attributes Standards Area Volume Gross Net Reports or Extracted Data from BIM (examples from all classifications) Sq. Ftg. Surface Usable Linear Ft. Quantities Metrics Attributes Components Attributes Metrics Materials & Types Hierarchical Building Information Relationships © BIMS 2006

8 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 8 8 One object exists in multiple contexts Properties BARBi - Norway Propertie s LexiCon - Nederland Propertie s NBS - England Propertie s SDC - France Propertie s One concept carries the same unique identification in every language 78AF4E98C8D4406B873DBB85E1FE7DB In a briefing document In product catalogues Properties In classification systems Properties In building specifications Properties In a calculation system Properties In a Facility management system Properties For demolition and reconstruction Properties In a CAD system Properties NBIMS – North America Propertie s Courtesy of Lars Bjørkhaug, Norwegian Building Research Institute © BIMS 2006

9 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 9 oBIX – Open Building Information eXchange oBIX Architecture objectives provide means for reliable, extensible, safe interoperability. Enables Building Management Systems to communicate with external services Represents information in a standardized format Enables defining specialized contracts to invoke operations based on security permission and situation awareness Provides for changing permissions based on alarm states Emergency Management TC

10 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 10 oBIX 2.0 Stack oBIX 1.0 Foundation Object model XML Contracts Web Services Watches, points, histories, alarming oBIX Enterprise Distributed database: query, search, navigation, caching Ontology: site, building, story, equipment, space, relationships oBIX Building HVAC equip Fire Elevator, etc oBIX Energy Meter Price structures oBIX Security Users/badges Doors/readers Cameras/video oBIX Industrial Process 1131/1499 Batch/recipes

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12 12 Storm begins to move in

13 13 Skywarn storm spotter network triggered

14 14 Skywarn storm spotter network triggered

15 15 Skywarn storm spotter network triggered

16 16 Skywarn storm spotter at work

17 17 Skywarn storm spotter at work

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21 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 21 Images:Images: local area images

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23 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 23 Rail yard Office Other Recipients Tornado Touchdown Alert Chemical Plant oBIX payloads in Distribution Element example Emergency Operations First Responders Send DE CAPoBIX proprietary protocol invoke contract NWS Alert Contracts Invoke Tornado – Take Shelter Alert requests Safety Chemical Containment Operation Building Management System CAP Emergency Management TC

24 24 CERT response

25 25 Images:Images: local area images

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28 28 Resource Messaging Services We need heavy equipment for careful debris removal. City Emergency Management System Request Resource Broadcast Local Heavy Construction Company Response to Request (includes location / equip.) Requisition Resource Commit Resource Report Resource Deployment Site Emergency Management System We need search and rescue support Incident Commander (on site) Request Information Broadcast Ham Radio Operator

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31 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 31 Hazardous Materials Sensor Detection Triggered Does your building care? Do its occupants? It depends. A service provider shares needed information.

32 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 32 Situation Maps A variety of buildings and organizations are about to become involved in the situation.

33 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 33 Situation Maps Alert received depends on the location of the building and (optionally) on the type of facility.

34 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 34 Situation Maps Examples of Schools Effected by the Emergency

35 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 35 Situation Maps Business Building that can Cut Outside Air Intake

36 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 36 Situation Maps The Eldercare System Evacuation Plan

37 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 37 Knowledge Solutions needed u Cleanly Cross Domains n Know where to get data – SOA-RR n Domain Information Structure - Ontology n Reasoning Systems n Ontology based Services u Data Exchange Support n EventTypes in Policy Management within SOA n Incident Lifecycle - Ontology n Ontology to Ontology – Semantic clustering n Data slicing – Metadata for scope and view - Michelle Raymond

38 38 Once the Framework is in place – the opportunity for beneficial services and sources are endless. Lets discuss what services you need or can provide and how we can trust those services through good perfomance measurement. Moving Forward

39 14 July, 2008 Ontolog Forum: Building Service Performance Project Kickoff - Michelle Raymond 39 Links and References u (NBIMS) National Building Information Model Standard n Project page: n BIMS Slide Show: u (oBIX) Open Building Information Exchange n OASIS oBIX Technical Committee: open.org/committees/tc_home.php?wg_abbrev=obixhttp://www.oasis- open.org/committees/tc_home.php?wg_abbrev=obix n oBIX TC Press links: open.org/committees/obix/press.php u (EDXL) Emergency Data eXchange Language n OASIS EMTC Technical Committee: open.org/committees/tc_home.php?wg_abbrev=emergencyhttp://www.oasis- open.org/committees/tc_home.php?wg_abbrev=emergency n Associated EMTC Standards: open.org/committees/tc_home.php?wg_abbrev=emergency#technical Presenter Contact is welcome via:


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