Energy and Analytics: BIG DATA and Building Technology Integration, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Energy and Analytics

BIG DATA and Building Technology Integration, 1st Edition

By John J. "Jack" McGowan, CEM

Fairmont Press

350 pages

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Hardback: 9781498744294
pub: 2015-07-06
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Description

This book details how to leverage big data style analytics to manage and coordinate the key issues in both energy supply and demand. It presents a detailed explanation of the underlying systems technology that enables big data in buildings and how this technology provides added cost benefit from efficiency, onsite solar, and electricity markets. It is a primer on Building Automation Systems Standards, web services and electricity markets and programs plus a complete tutorial on energy analytics hardware, software, and Internet-enabled offerings that energy managers must understand today.

Table of Contents

PART I—INTRODUCTION

The 21st Century Energy Marketplace and Facilities

4PLEX Energy

Energy and Analytics Energy Management Applications for Analytics

Dashboards and Visualization Tools

Dashboards

Dashboard Technology Situation Analysis

Dashboard Application Situation Analysis

Introduction to Analytics

Alarms

FD&D—Fault Detection & Diagnosis

Some Examples Help to Highlight the Distinctions

Can Analytics Effect Control Actions?

Data Access—A Key Requirement for All Data-Oriented Tools

Analytics as an Exploratory Process

Analytics for Energy Management in Buildings and on Campuses

History and Process

Energy Efficiency and Conservation

Peak Load Management

Distributed Generation

Demand Response

Electricity Market Participation

Analytics for Operations and Equipment Maintenance in Buildings and on Campuses

Importance of This Content

Introduction by James M.Lee

Preventive Maintenance

Predictive Maintenance

What is Required to Deploy a Predictive Maintenance program?

Benefits

Conclusion

PART II— INTRODUCTION TO TECHNOLOGY CONTENT

Building Systems Technology: The Foundation of Analytics

Six-Sigma Approach to Energy Management Planning

Introduction

Abstract

Introduction

Define Team and Budget

Measure Performance

Analyze Audit Data

Improve System Efficiency

Control Operations and Motivate Employees

Conclusions

State-of-the-art Building Automation Systems (BAS)Executing Direct Digital Control

Historical Perspective

BAS Market

BAS Technology

BADDC Technology for Equipment andGeneral Purpose Applications

BADDC Technology for Zone Level

Control Applications

Active Energy and Analytics

Introduction to Digital Communication for Building Automation and DDC

Data Messages

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Protocols

Media Access Control (Mac)

Network Software

Signal Boosting and Inter-Protocol Networks

BAS Industry Networking

Internet and Web Services

Architecture

Topology

Energy and Analytics Data Access

Middleware—A New Frontier for Building Systems and Analytics

Middleware

Networks for Analytics

Energy and Analytics Network Systems

Middleware Ad hoc Network Infrastructure

Project Haystack Data Standards

Challenges with Data

Project Haystack Approach and Activities

The Internet of Things (IoT)

Introduction

Definitions and Context

Trends Driving the Internet of Things

Buildings Opportunities

Energy and Analytics Tools

Energy and Analytics Best Practices

Setting the Bar

Cloud Computing

Software as a Service (SaaS) orData as a Service (DaaS)

BAS, Middleware and HVAC-centric Solutions

Dashboard and API

Financing Energy Management for Buildings and Campuses

History

The Next Wave

Analytics for Measurement and Verification

Measurement and Verification (M&V) Science

Energy and Analytics

M&V in 21st Century Electric Markets

PART III— INTRODUCTION TO ENERGY AND ANALYTICS SUCCESS STORIES

88 Acres—The Microsoft Energy and Analytics Success Story

The Visionary

88 Acres in a One-stoplight Town

The Living, Breathing Building

Enough Data to Change the World

A Smarter Future

Smart People, Smart Grid

An Intuitive Tool to Understand Energy Use

Inspiring Future Generations

Envision Charlotte: Energy Big Data at Community Scale

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS093000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Facility Management
SCI024000
SCIENCE / Energy
TEC031020
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Power Resources / Electrical