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Jeremy Towler provides an explanation of what a Smart Building is and how it can be integrated within everyday life. He also looks at the smart grid, the information dimension and the need for skills development.

Jeremy Towler provides an explanation of what a Smart Building is and how it can be integrated within everyday life. He also looks at the smart grid, the information dimension and the need for skills development.

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  1. 1. Evolution of Smart Buildings and their place in the Internet of Everything Jeremy Towler Senior Manager - Energy & Smart Technologies - BSRIA Worldwide Market Intelligence Smart Buildings Conference 2014 London October 2014
  2. 2. 2 Excellence in Market Intelligence BSRIA is…..? 2 Member based Association Since 1955 What? Consultancy services Test Instruments Publications Training Information Research How? Owner/Operators Specifiers Manufacturers Contractors For whom? Why? To help industry and clients be more efficient and effective
  3. 3. Trends for Smart Buildings
  4. 4. Technologies are already Interacting… 4 Data Communications Smart Devices / Appliances Smart BuildingsSmart Cities Energy
  5. 5. Smart City Broadband connectivity, Knowledge workforce, Innovation, Digital inclusion... Smart Building Information and Communications Technology, Passive design, Energy & Water efficiency, On-site renewables, Controls & Lighting, Monitoring and Management… Smart Grid Bi-directional flows of energy, 2-way communications, remote control/automation of power, integrated distributed energy, energy storage…
  6. 6. Smart Grid Source: Prysmian Group
  7. 7. 7 Excellence in Market Intelligence Smart Buildings 7 Integration with the Smart Grid Connecting to Smart Cities
  8. 8. Home Automation Evolution HOME AUTOMATION HOME AUTOMATION HOME AUTOMATION
  9. 9. Triangulation - Analytics - Big Data
  10. 10. Smart Automation: Visualization - Interaction
  11. 11. System Integration
  12. 12. 12 Excellence in Market Intelligence The Challenge of Software and the Cloud 12 Big Buildings -Big Data Advanced Analytics The Cloud: - Universal Access Major opportunities for IT companies which combine these
  13. 13. 13 Excellence in Market Intelligence Comms Smart City Education Health Leisure / Culture Public Security Govern- ment Transport Smart City Elements 13 Grid
  14. 14. 500 million data elements daily 18 month payback The Information Dimension 58,000 employees 125 buildings 750 Air Handling Units 4 million per building 10% energy savings 48% faults detected in <60 secs.
  15. 15. When? Smart Meters Cyber-security for Building Systems Dynamic Energy Pricing Building Energy Management: Systems - Services - Analytics Distributed Energy: Generation and Storage Smart Grid LEDS
  16. 16. 16 Excellence in Market Intelligence Siemens Schneider Electric IBM Johnson Controls Microsoft Honeywell ABB SamsungLG Google Vodafone Fujitsu HitachiNEC Panasonic Trane e.on SAP UTC (Carrier/ALC) Dalkia - VeoliaHonda Jones Lang Lasalle Verizon Apple Building IQ Cofely (GDF Suez) BreadthofCompetency Breadth of Services Smart Reach Leaders Wide Potential Leaders Narrow 16 Who is best placed to Lead the ‘Smart New World’?
  17. 17. More than 75% of Buildings have no Intelligent Controls 1991-2010 15% Before 1960 41% 1961-1990 44%
  18. 18. Lessons from Motor Racing 150-300 sensors and actuators
  19. 19. Towards the Information-based Building “How can I manage my buildings to provide a safe, secure, comfortable and productive environment as cost- effectively as possible?”
  20. 20. New Skills Needed
  21. 21. Evolve

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