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Advanced Technology for Smart Buildings


The Role of Owners and Architects in a Smart BuildingDesign TeamsFacility ProgrammingSiting the BuildingMaterialsCoordinationThe Handoff to OperationsMeasuring the Performance of a BuildingFinancial MetricsSecurity and Life SafetyOperations and MaintenanceProductivity and Satisfaction of Building OccupantsEssential Attributes of a Smart BuildingCabling Infrastructure, Lighting Control Systems, and Facility Management SystemsCabling InfrastructureLighting Control SystemsFacility Management ToolsBIM IntegrationSystem Integration, Audio-Visual Systems, and WaterSystem IntegrationAudio-Visual SystemsPaging and Messaging SystemsDigital SignageWaterOccupant Satisfaction, Fire Alarm, Networks and SecurityOccupant SatisfactionFire AlarmNetwork and SecurityElectrical, Building Metering, and Video Surveillance SystemsElectricalBuilding MeteringVideo Surveillance SystemsAdvanced Building Management Systems, Communication, Data Infrastructure and HVAC, Access Control and SustainabilityAdvanced Building Management SystemsCommunication and Data InfrastructureHVACAccess Control SystemSustainability and InnovationThe Constantly Evolving Smart BuildingSmart Buildings and CitiesThe Internet of Things and Smart BuildingsInformation Technology in Building SystemsOverviewCommunications ProtocolsWireless InfrastructureWireless Network TypesZigbeeEnOceanZ-WaveRFIDWi-FiCable InfrastructureConstruction CostsConverge The Cabling TypesCoordinate Pathways for All the Technology SystemsReduce the Number of Cabling ContractorsUse a Client’s Master Agreements for the Materials and EquipmentSingle Point for Cabling AdministrationOperational CostsWarrantiesExpansionUse Cabling Consolidation PointsSecurityTips on Preventing a Security BreachCommunication and Data InfrastructureFacility Management SoftwareWork Order SystemPreventative and Predictive MaintenanceSpace PlanningMaterial and Equipment Parts Inventory ControlAsset ManagementData standardsBIM IntegrationThe Management of Building System DataOverviewLack of PlanningStandardized Naming ConventionsData MiningValidation of DataDocument ManagementBenefits of Data ManagementPractical Data Management ActivitiesThe Role of a Facility Data ManagerDashboards: Transforming Data into InformationFacilitate Comparative AnalysisCustomize Chart Scale For Optimal Data PresentationAppropriate Selection of ChartsProper Formatting of NumbersPrioritizing Users Over DataThe Benefits of Management DashboardsThe Handoff Between a Newly Constructed Building and Building Operations; How Not To FumbleGive Operations Personnel a Seat at the Table with the Design and Construction TeamsInstall Some of the Facility Management Software Applications Relatively Early in the Construction ProcessHave the General Contractor or Sub-Contractors Operate the Building For a Short Time, and Then Transfer Operations to the OwnerInsist On the Use of BIM During Design and ConstructionThe Most Value That Operational Personnel Can Bring to the Table Is Their Involvement In Defining the Requirements of Commissioning, System Start-Up, and Close Out ProceduresIdentify the Data, Information and Resource Materials Needed to Operate the BuildingThe Expectations of Contractor’s Requirements Must Change From Just Installing Equipment to Completing and Leaving Their Work In a Condition for Long Term Operations and SupportConduct a Review of the Transition to Operations and Document Lessons LearnLightingOverviewSystem ControlRelay PanelsOccupancy SensorsDimmersDaylight HarvestingBallastsIntegration into Building Automation SystemsEmerging Lighting SystemsInterior ShadingExterior ShadingElectrically Switchable GlassAutomation IssuesData AnalyticsOverviewIssues and Concerns in Implementing FDDGuest Industry ExpertsLighting SystemsWater System and Conveyance EquipmentPower Management SystemsIT InfrastructureDemand Response and RefrigerationDemand ResponseRefrigerationCase Study: Microsoft Redmond CampusMonitoring Conveyance SystemsWait Time for ElevatorsElevator SpeedTemperature and Humidity in The Machine RoomEnergy ConsumptionUse Video CamerasRelevant Conveyance DataApplicationsReal Time Location SystemsTagsBarcodesRFIDQR (Quick Response Code)Readers and AntennasRTLS HostRTLS Healthcare ExampleAdministrating an RTLSLocation TaggingApplying Asset TagsRTLS and Indoor Positioning SystemsCompanies in the IPS SpaceWhere Are Building Owners?Security and Indoor Positioning SystemsIndoor MapsEye-TrackingEye Tracking TechnologyExamples of MuseumsDistributed Antenna SystemsDAS Business ModelLife Safety and EmergenciesDC CurrentIT NetworksData CentersRenewables, Electric Vehicles, StorageLightingAppliancesDC Power InfrastructureStandardsPower Over EthernetPOE OverviewMicrogridsOverviewPotential BenefitsDevelopers and Building OwnersMacro versus MicroGenerating Revenue from MicrogridsSolar EnergyWind PowerIntegrated Building Management SystemsOverviewEscalated ComplexitySpecifications for the Future Building Management System (IBMS)The Benefits of an IBMSDashboardsOverviewWhat to PresentHow to Present the InformationThe Position of the Information on the DashboardColorShapes and SizesIndustry ExamplesVideo Surveillance SystemsOccupancy, People, Counting and EnergyVideo Smoke DetectorsAccess Control SystemDoor ContactsRequest-to-ExitElectrified Door HardwareReadersMaintaining High Performance Control SystemsSoftware IssuesCommunications IssuesHardware IssuesOperator IssuesSteps to Take
 
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