Web Based Enterprise Energy and Building Automation Systems

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The Fairmont Press, Inc., Jan 1, 2007 - Technology & Engineering - 423 pages
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Annotation The capability and use of IT and web based energy information and control systems has expanded from single facilities to multiple facilities and organizations with buildings located throughout the world. This book answers the question of how to take the mass of available data and extract from it simple and useful information which can determine what actions to take to improve efficiency and productivity of commercial, institutional and industrial facilities. The book also provides insight into the areas of advanced applications for web based EIS and ECS systems, and the integration of IT/web based information and control systems with existing BAS systems.
 

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Contents

Introduction to Web Based Enterprise Energy and Building Automation Systems
3
Building Automation Beyond the Simple Web Server
13
What Is an Intelligent Building?
17
How Can a Building Be Intelligent If It Has Nothing to Say?
23
Ten Technology Takeaways for 2006
29
The Business Value of Enterprise Energy Management at DFW Airport
45
Web Based Enterprise Energy and Facility Management System Case Studies
55
Innovating the Business of Facilities Operations
57
Web Based Information TechnologyA Supply Chain for Energy Strategy in Hotel Operations
227
Web Based Enterprise Energy and Facility Management Systems in the Entertainment Park Industry
239
How Disney Saves Energy Hint Its Not Magic
241
An Owners Approach to Energy Management System Design
249
Using the Web for Energy Data Acquisition and Analysis
259
Disneys Enterprise Energy Management Systems
269
Web Based Enterprise Management Systems for Demand Response Applications
277
Participation through Automation Fully Automated Critical Peak Pricing in Commercial Buildings
279

An IT Approach to Optimization and Diagnosing Complex System Interactions
65
How to Automate Strategies That Make Companies Energy Savvy
75
Bringing Building Automation Systems Under Control
91
Enterprise Energy Management System Installation Case Study at a Food Processing Plant
101
Ford Compressor Management System Case Study
109
Technology as a Tool for Continuous Improvement
121
A Case Study of the Jefferson Health Systems Enterprise Energy Management System
129
Integrated Energy Management A Proven Approach to a Successful Energy Management Program
135
Web Based Enterprise Energy and Facility Management System Applications
143
Automated Commissioning for Lowercost Widely Deployed Building Commissioning of the Future
145
Monitoringbased Commissioning for Facilities
157
Effectiveness of Energy Management Systems What the Experts Say and Case Studies Reveal
165
The Revolution of Internet Enabled OEM Controls
183
Web Based Wireless Controls for Commercial Building Energy Management
191
At the Base of the Enterprise Pyramid Training Building Operators for Digital Monitoring and Control
203
Facility Scheduling Program FSP
213
University of North Carolina at Chapel HillA Proactive Approach to Facility Management
219
Industrial Customers Participating in the Deregulated Texas Electric Markets Electric Reliability Council of Texas ERCOT Utilizing Dashboards to Int...
287
Web Enabled Metering and Controls for Demand Response
299
Hardware and Software Tools and Systems for Data Input Data Processing and Display in Enterprise Systems
315
Wireless Metering The Untold Story
317
An Energy Managers Introduction to Weather Normalization of Utility Bills
329
The Energy and Cost Savings Calculation System ECSCS
341
SCADA and DCS Security Vulnerabilities and Counter Measures for Engineers Technicians and IT Staff
357
Developing an Energy Information System An Efficient Methodology
371
Developing an Energy Information System Working with the Budget
379
Future Opportunities for Web Based Enterprise Energy and Building Automation Systems and Conclusion
385
My Virtual Value Visions for Building Automation Beyond 2006
387
Cisco Connected Real Estate
391
Final Thoughts and Conclusion
401
About the Authors
405
Index
417
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