Web Based Enterprise Energy & Building Automation Systems

  • ID: 575895
  • Book
  • 425 pages
  • The Fairmont Press
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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 will answer 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 will also provide insight into the areas of advanced applications of web based EIS and ECS systems, integration of IT/web based information and control systems with existing BAS systems, commissioning IT/web based systems, measurement and verification of energy saving projects, and monitoring and control of all operations of a facility to integrate the energy related operations of a facility to the business side of the facility-including financial, purchasing, sales, personnel, quality control, manufacturing and service delivery.
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PART I: INTRODUCTION
1 - Introduction to Web Based Enterprise & Building Automation Systems
2 - Building Automation Beyond the Simple Web Server
3 - What in an Intelligent Building?
4 - How Can a Building Be Intelligent if It Has Nothing to Say?
5 - Ten Technology Takeaways
6 - The Business Value of Enterprise Energy Management at DFW Airport

PART II: WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & FACILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CASE STUDIES
7 - Innovating the Business of Facilities Operations: A Framework for the Next Major Advancement in Facilities Operations
8 - An IT Approach to Diagnosing Complex System Interactions
9 - How to Automate Strategies that Make Companies Energy Savvy
10 - Bringing Building Automation Systems Under Control
11 - Enterprise Energy Management System Installation Case Study at a Food Process Plant
12 - Ford Motor Company Web Based Enterprise Wide Compressor Management System
13 - Technology as a Tool for Continuous Improvement
14 - A Case Study of the Jefferson Health Systems Enterprise Energy Management System
15 - Integrated Energy Management: A Proven Approach to a Successful Energy Management Program

PART III: WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & FACILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM APPLICATIONS
16 - Automated Commissioning for Lower Cost, Widely Deployed Building Commissioning of the Future
17 - Monitoring Based Commissioning for Facilities
18 - Effectiveness of Energy Management Systems: What the Experts Say & Case Studies Reveal
19 - The Revolution of Internet Enabled OEM Controls
20 - Web Based Wireless Controls for Commercial Building Energy Management
21 - At the Base of the Enterprise Pyramid: Training Building Operators for Digital Monitoring & Control
22 - Facility Scheduling Program
23 - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: A Proactive Approach to Facility Management
24 - Web Based Information Technology: A Supply Chain for Energy Strategy in Hotel Operations

PART IV: WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & FACILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN THE ENTERTAINMENT PARK INDUSTRY
25 - How Disney Saves Energy - Hint: Its Not Magic
26 - An Owners Approach to Energy Management System Design
27 - Using the Web for Energy Data Acquisition & Analysis
28 - Disneys Enterprise Energy Management Systems

PART V: WEB BASED ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR DEMAND RESPONSE APPLICATIONS
29 - Participation Through Automation: Fully Automated Critical Peak Pricing in Commercial Buildings
30 - Industrial Customers Participating in the Deregulated Texas Electric Utility Market Utilizing Dashboards to Integrate Revolutionary Web Based Software Solutions & Enterprise Systems
31 - Web Enabled Metering & Control for Demand Response

PART VI: HARDWARE & SOFTWARE TOOLS & SYSTEMS FOR DATE INPUT, DATA PROCESSING & DISPLAY IN ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS
32 - Wireless Metering: The Untold Story
33 - An Energy Managers Introduction to Weather Normalization of Utility Bills
34 - The Energy & Cost Savings Calculation System for Enterprise Energy Management
35 - SCADA & DCS Security Vulnerabilities & Counter Measures for Engineers, Technicians & IT Staff
36 - Developing an Energy Information System: An Efficient Methodology
37 - Developing an Energy Information System: Working with the Budget

PART VII: FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES FOR WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEMS; & CONCLUSIONS
38 - Virtual Value Visions for Building Automation
39 - Cisco Connected Real Estate
40 - Final Thoughts & Conclusion

Index
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