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UHI Seminar presentation presented by Malcolm Murray about research and development work being carried out in the area of sustainable energy in the built enviroment and how Web based technologies can ...

UHI Seminar presentation presented by Malcolm Murray about research and development work being carried out in the area of sustainable energy in the built enviroment and how Web based technologies can help. This work has been carried out by GreenspaceLive Ltd and The University of the Highlands and Islands

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    Semantic Energy - Malcolm Murray Semantic Energy - Malcolm Murray Presentation Transcript

    • SEMANTIC ENERGY Dr. Malcolm MurrayProduct Manager - GreenspaceLive
    • THE PROBLEM - BUILDINGS• Buildings account for ~70% of electricity consumption (US)• Reducing and managing this will make a huge impact• Very Complex picture• Needs to be characterized
    • THE PROBLEM – ENERGY NETWORKSFROM THIS:
    • THE PROBLEM – ENERGY NETWORKSTO THIS:
    • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IS KEY• Characterizing building information• Managing energy networks• Load balancing• This happens, but is not connected• The Web Can connect!
    • BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING• Goes WAY beyond CAD• Represent building INFORMATION as well as drawings• Allows us to do much more analysis and management!• Gaining serious traction in construction
    • BUILDINGinformation Environment DESIGN INFORMATION MODELING• Complex, but can manage the entire building workflow Client Input Programming Visualization Building Performance Simulation & Analysis Quality Assurance dRofus Adobe Image Stitcher IES Ecotect Green Design Navisworks Design Reservations Modeler Building Builder Navisworks Design Review FRS Review SAP 3ds Max Maya Studio Solibri Oracle Security Energy Sketchup Revit IWMS AutoCAD Concept Revit Architecture Rhino 3DS Max Drawings Traditional Building Information Model Deliverables Specs Schedules Rhino / Grasshopper Deliverables Revit Revit Computational Design New Structure MEP e-SPECS Galapagos Building Post Internet Component Search Rhino Inventor Commissioning Occupancy / Access Codebook Facility Autodesk Seek, SmartBIM Library Management Digital Tekla Vico Innovaya Project EcoDomus TRIRIGA Best Practice Library dRofus CenterStone HOK KnowledgeNET Building Data Fabrication Model FM:Systems PlanOn Archibus Industrial Design Facility 360 MRI Alias Alias Maximo Inventor Invent Rhino Studio Studio or 11 Integrated data models and systems for efficient operations and reduced maintenance costs
    • BIM INTEROPERABILITY IMPORTANT• Different Domain Experts can carry out their own work• Links with others• This is now beginning to happen• Based on Web technologies (XML) – Still tend to be single model focused.• Growing support.
    • GREENSPACE’S SOLUTIONS FOR BIM
    • http://projectrapier.com Capital & Lifecycle Cost Model Energy & Services Model Embodied Carbon ModelBased on Sweet Group cost analyses Based on BDSP Suntool rapid thermal Based on Architype in-house embodied carbon of recent project data engine calculator £ kWh CO2e
    • http://projectrapier.com
    • http://projectrapier.com SketchUp RAPIER gbXML Autodesk Revit Energy ModellersSketchUp
    • gTools
    • gModeller – Building Information for GoogleSketchUp
    • gWorkspace – Store and Share on the Cloud
    • gEnergy EPC – Cloud Based Energy PerformanceAnalysis
    • http://projectrapier.com
    • ENERGY SUPPLY
    • CIM (IEC 61970)• Data standard for Energy Networks• Can represent energy generation, conversion technologies, networks, distribution technologies, financial details and more.• Can be represented in XML form.• Currently used by various Utility companies world wide.• Extensible
    • • Focused on modeling future energy grids• 16 partners across Europe• Completed last September• UHI / Greenspace were involved in regional modelling and information representation
    • SUSPLAN DATA INPUT
    • SUSPLAN KNOWLEDGE BASEhttp://susplan.eu
    • SUSPLAN KNOWLEDGE BASEhttp://susplan.eu
    • SUSPLAN KNOWLEDGE BASEhttp://susplan.eu
    • NEXT STEPConnecting These Areas
    • THE SEMANTIC WEB• Basically an evolution of the World Wide Web.• Concept introduced by Tim Berners Lee in 1999.• Extends the scope of the World Wide Web to manage data.• Connects data across many sources.
    • SEMANTIC WEB LAYERS In Development / Research Mature SemWeb TechnologyExisting WWW Technology
    • LINKED OPEN DATA
    • SEMANTIC ENERGY• Semantic Web based platform representing building and energy related information.• Currently a proof of concept developed by Greenspace.• gbXML based ontology along with others.• New way of organising energy information• Extremely Scalable
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    • WHERE TO NEXT?• Need more funding – research proposals• Market exposure• Link with other similar work (e.g., UrbanOS etc)
    • THANKS FOR LISTENING ANY QUESTIONS?malcolm@greenspacelive.com http://greenspacelive.com http://projectrapier.com http://susplan.eu