EveryBuilding


          Gilman
Tolle

University
of
California,
Berkeley

  Summer
2010
LoCal
Retreat

In
April
2010,


how
much
energy

did
this
building
use?





How
much
energy

did
you
expect
it

to
use?





If
you
comp...
In
April
2010,


how
much
energy

did
this
building
use?





How
much
energy

did
you
expect
it

to
use?





If
you
comp...
ULlity
Website
–
Monthly
Data,

available
everywhere



    Smart
Meter
–
Hourly
Data
with

    one‐day
delay,
available
s...
In
April
2010,


how
much
energy

did
this
building
use?





How
much
energy

did
you
expect
it

to
use?





If
you
comp...
`

`

`

`

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In
April
2010,


how
much
energy

did
this
building
use?





How
much
energy

did
you
expect
it

to
use?





If
you
comp...
In
April
2010,


how
much
energy

did
this
building
use?





How
much
energy

did
you
expect
it

to
use?





If
you
comp...
Your
building
runs


                                            all
the
Lme
–


                                         ...
vs.




• 
Always
on
                  • 
Open
and
close

• 
In
the
“cloud”

            • 
On
your
computer


• 
Many
peo...
vs.
             `





• 
Always
on
                  • 
Open
and
close

• 
In
the
“cloud”

            • 
On
your
comput...
EveryBuilding:
trying
to
make
the
“virtual
building”
real

EveryBuilding

                                         Architecture




                                                 ...
Building
                                 ThermostatSetpoint:DualSetpoint



                Zone
                        ...
Campus
                     Green
Building
XML


                                       EnEty‐RelaEonship
Diagram
‐
Excerp...
EveryBuilding

                 User

                                          EnEty‐RelaEonship
Diagram



 Checkin
    ...
EveryBuilding

                 User

                                          EnEty‐RelaEonship
Diagram



 Checkin
    ...
everybuilding.gtolle.com


       Gilman
Tolle

   get@eecs.berkeley.edu

EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data
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EveryBuilding: web-based building energy modeling with live data

  1. 1. EveryBuilding
 Gilman
Tolle
 University
of
California,
Berkeley
 Summer
2010
LoCal
Retreat

  2. 2. In
April
2010,

 how
much
energy
 did
this
building
use?
 How
much
energy
 did
you
expect
it
 to
use?
 If
you
compared
the
 two
numbers,
 what
could
you
 learn?
 How
much
work
does
 it
take
to
make
the

 comparison?
 flickr:
AlmusaiL

  3. 3. In
April
2010,

 how
much
energy
 did
this
building
use?
 How
much
energy
 did
you
expect
it
 to
use?
 If
you
compared
the
 two
numbers,
 what
could
you
 learn?
 How
much
work
does
 it
take
to
make
the

 comparison?
 flickr:
AlmusaiL

  4. 4. ULlity
Website
–
Monthly
Data,
 available
everywhere
 Smart
Meter
–
Hourly
Data
with
 one‐day
delay,
available
some
places
 Networked
Submeters
+
sMAP/IS4
 Real‐Lme
data
and
breakdown
 early
adopters
and
researchers
only

  5. 5. In
April
2010,

 how
much
energy
 did
this
building
use?
 How
much
energy
 did
you
expect
it
 to
use?
 If
you
compared
the
 two
numbers,
 what
could
you
 learn?
 How
much
work
does
 it
take
to
make
the

 comparison?
 flickr:
AlmusaiL

  6. 6. `

  7. 7. `

  8. 8. `

  9. 9. `

  10. 10. `

  11. 11. In
April
2010,

 how
much
energy
 did
this
building
use?
 How
much
energy
 did
you
expect
it
 to
use?
 If
you
compared
the
 two
numbers,
 what
could
you
 learn?
 How
much
work
does
 it
take
to
make
the

 comparison?
 flickr:
AlmusaiL

  12. 12. In
April
2010,

 how
much
energy
 did
this
building
use?
 How
much
energy
 did
you
expect
it
 to
use?
 If
you
compared
the
 two
numbers,
 what
could
you
 learn?
 How
much
work
does
 it
take
to
make
the

 comparison?
 flickr:
AlmusaiL

  13. 13. Your
building
runs

 all
the
Lme
–

 day
and
night.
 flickr:
Jeremy
Levine
Design
 Why
doesn’t
your
 building
model

 run
all
the
Lme
too?
 flickr:
quapan

  14. 14. vs.
 • 
Always
on
 • 
Open
and
close
 • 
In
the
“cloud”

 • 
On
your
computer

 • 
Many
people
 • 
One
person
 • 
Live
updates
 • 
Send
files
 • 
NoLfied
of
changes
 • 
Track
changes
 How
can
we
make
building
models

 less
like
Microso4
Office
and
more
like
Google
Docs?

  15. 15. vs.
 `
 • 
Always
on
 • 
Open
and
close
 • 
In
the
“cloud”

 • 
On
your
computer

 • 
Many
people
 • 
One
person
 • 
Live
updates
 • 
Send
files
 • 
NoLfied
of
changes
 • 
Track
changes
 How
can
we
make
building
models

 less
like
Microso4
Office
and
more
like
Google
Docs?

  16. 16. EveryBuilding:
trying
to
make
the
“virtual
building”
real

  17. 17. EveryBuilding
 Architecture
 Database
 EveryBuilding

 Server
 Webapp
Server
 sMAP
Data

 sMAP/IS4
Data

 (Model
Data,
 (HTML,
XML,
JSON)
 Servers
 Servers
 Sensor
Data)

 Weather
 EnergyPlus

 Underground
 Third‐Party
Apps
(e.g.
 Model
ExecuLon
 Poller
 Third‐Party
Apps

 mobile
phone)
 (e.g.
mobile
phone)
 Weather
 Underground
 Servers

  18. 18. Building
 ThermostatSetpoint:DualSetpoint
 Zone
 ZoneControl:Thermostat
 Lights
 Schedule:Compact
 BuildingSurface:Detailed
 Boundary
CondiLon
 (Floor,
Wall,
Roof)
 ZoneHVAC:EquipmentConnecLons
 FenestraLonSurface:Detailed
 ZoneHVAC:EquipmentList
 ConstrucLon
 ZoneHVAC:IdealLoadsAirSystem
 Material:NoMass
 Material
 EnergyPlusEnEty‐RelaEonship
 Diagram
‐
Excerpt

  19. 19. Campus
 Green
Building
XML

 EnEty‐RelaEonship
Diagram
‐
Excerpt
 Building
 Zone
 Space
 ShellGeometry
 SurfaceSpace
 ClosedShell
 AnalyLcalShell
 Adjacency
 Surface
 ShellSurface
 (ExteriorWall,
InteriorWall,
 (Ceiling,
Floor,

 RaisedFloor,
Air,
SlabOnGrade)

 Wall,
Air)
 Opening
 ShellOpening
 (NonSlidingDoor,
FixedWindow,


 (Door,
Window)

  20. 20. EveryBuilding
 User
 EnEty‐RelaEonship
Diagram
 Checkin
 created‐by
–
also
applies
to
ahachment
and
sensor
 Space
 space
graph
 SpaceRelaLonship
 Note:
A
“space”
can
also
be
a
“thing”.
 sensor
connecLon
 Ahachment
 Sensor
 SubscripLon
 SensorReading

  21. 21. EveryBuilding
 User
 EnEty‐RelaEonship
Diagram
 Checkin
 created‐by
–
also
applies
to
ahachment
and
sensor
 Space
 space
graph
 SpaceRelaLonship
 Note:
A
“space”
can
also
be
a
“thing”.
 sensor
connecLon
 Ahachment
 Sensor
 SubscripLon
 SensorReading

  22. 22. everybuilding.gtolle.com
 Gilman
Tolle
 get@eecs.berkeley.edu


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