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Wizardry - Creating Magical Changes in the full lifecycle of Infrastructure #COMIT2019

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Presentation by Fran Rabuck at the 2019 COMIT Conference. More information: http://www.comit.org.uk/conference-2019

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Wizardry - Creating Magical Changes in the full lifecycle of Infrastructure #COMIT2019

  1. 1. Wizardry
  2. 2. Lifecycles • Worldwide Lifecycle • Build, Design and Construct Lifecycle • IT Lifecycle • Operation & Maintenance Lifecycle
  3. 3. The Origins of COMIT COMIT (Construction Opportunities for Mobile IT) began in August 2003 as a two-year research and development project. It was part-funded by the UK's Department for Trade and Industry (DTI) which has now been replaced by the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS).Magical Changes at COMIT
  4. 4. Generational Changes
  5. 5. Quantum Computing https://www.heritage.org/node/10888847/print-display http://qutip.org/news/Commercial_Prospects_for_Quantum_Computing_Dec_2016.pdf
  6. 6. Young Innovators Competition • When a 17 year old can do over 20 projects in Quantum, we have no excuses for not exploring this technology now • Open source, Hackathons, Cloud access make this technology available NOW • Coding and development is different and the learning curve high • As construction data explodes, the opportunity for new data analytic tools will become a necessity • Quantum Computing will change the game for security http://tanishabassan.ca/ https://younginnovatorstowatch.com/
  7. 7. Text Analytics https://conspectusinc.com/our-approach-for-owners/ • Text is unstructured data • Creating it • Understanding it • Translating it • Adding/Extracting Intelligence • AI tools for text leading-edge research and application • Owner/Operator benefits most • Involvement in CSI, COAA https://conspectusinc.com/2018/10/fiduciary-duty-for- design-professionals-an-introduction/
  8. 8. Raspberry Pi 4 • Processor: Broadcom BCM2711, Quad core Cortex-A72 (ARM v8) 64-bit SoC @ 1.5GHz • Graphics: OpenGL ES 3.0 graphics with H.265 (4kp60 decode), H264 (1080p60 decode, 1080p30 encode) video codecs • SDRAM: 1GB, 2GB or 4GB LPDDR4-2400 SDRAM (depending on model) • LAN / WLAN: Integrated 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz IEEE 802.11ac wireless, Power over Ethernet (PoE) enabled (requires separate PoE HAT) • Bluetooth: Bluetooth 5.0, BLE • Connectors: • Micro-SD card slot for loading operating system and data storage • Gigabit Ethernet • 2 USB 3.0 ports • 2 USB 2.0 ports. • 2 micro-HDMI ports (up to 4kp60 supported), 2-lane MIPI DSI display port, 2-lane MIPI CSI camera port • Ports: Raspberry Pi standard 40 pin GPIO header (fully backwards compatible with previous boards) • Audio: 4-pole stereo audio and composite video port https://all3dp.com/1/raspberry-pi-4-review-the-specs/ https://awesomestufftobuy.com/raspberry-pi-4/
  9. 9. Advanced Sensors Edge Computing
  10. 10. No LiDAR • LiDAR has been a core technology in use in construction for a long time • CES had over 137 companies selling LiDAR hardware and software • New driving force is ADAS self driving cars industry • Camera technology will provide more information • "Elon is Right". Anthony Levandowski agrees, LIDAR is dead https://youtu.be/fNgEG5rCav4 https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=18826724
  11. 11. MobileEyes – Intel Ordnance Survey – the national mapping agency of Britain – said its work with Mobileye would “unlock the innovation of artificial intelligence-powered automotive technology for an array of markets.”
  12. 12. Transportation Changes • Self Driving Cars changes the thinking on roads, navigation, public services, saves life, AI – ethics, insurance, finance… • Look to the sky – Uber and future sky-hop Taxi service • Hyperloops - The NEXT Superhighway
  13. 13. No Code Era https://www.salesforce.com/blog/2018/03/trends-in-low-code-no-code-and-education.html
  14. 14. Pervasive Computing • Hidden/Embedded Everywhere • Platform Agnostic • UX – Touch, Voice, Pen, Eyes • Bio-Interfaces • Connectivity Everywhere – linking Lifecycles in our World • Storage • Computing Everywhere
  15. 15. AR/VR/XR – Out, Spatial Computing - In • Combines the concepts of XR, Computing is in the system • The environment is the computing systems • Complex UI - Mixed Mode • Ultimately NOT Headset Driven! https://venturebeat.com/2019/05/20/vr-fund-virtual-reality-ecosystem-has-more- than-550-companies/
  16. 16. AR/VR without Glasses – Light Projection https://lightform.com/
  17. 17. Digital Twin • Rebranding of the IoT movement with XR interfaces • Siemens – 3 Types of Digital Twins • Product: Efficient design of new products • Production: Manufacturing & production planning • Performance: Capture, analyze, and act on operational data https://www.plm.automation.siemens.com/global/en/our-story/glossary/digital-twin/24465
  18. 18. Bio-Drones “DragonflEye” • Draper and HHMI connecting solar, optic sensors to dragon fly to study control for human-drone navigation https://www.inc.com/will-yakowicz/dragonflies-as-tiny-drones.html
  19. 19. Bio-electric ERA • Brain research and work to understand and connect brain (waves) to electronic coding/decoding. Also work at cell level and optical connections. • Much initial work at measuring brain “waves” • Even kids games to connect a hat sensor and move a light ball through space. “Light lifting” • Where will this impact construction and operation? http://www.bem.fi/book/01/01.htm https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/new-era-bioelectric-medicine- harish-kapoor/
  20. 20. Beyond Design-Build- Construct → Operation & Maintenance Important to recognize the fully connected lifecycles of both DBC and OM, and the natural cycles
  21. 21. Executive Team • Hong Gao : Systems Architect • Jeff Nolan : Solutions Executive • Proud to join the Founders in Chief Strategy Role
  22. 22. The Problem • 80% of Lifecycle costs are in Operation of Infrastructure/Assets • BIM needs to complete the cycle with emphasis on Owners
  23. 23. Facility Management & Operation Survey of FM Execs - Aveva 98% - Delays caused by poorly documented operational information 90% - Additional cost associated with badly cataloged information 90% - Delays in having to seek additional operational information 84% - Additional costs to format data in a manner compatible with client’s requirements 80% - Lost time to reformat data delivered in formats incompatible with the other operating systems 76% - Extra costs to obtain additional information at late stages of the process 68% - Additional costs caused by litigation between EPC's and other stakeholders Source: AVEVA’s Research Report: Progressive Handover
  24. 24. Industry Challenges • Files delivered 6 to 12 months after facility startup Industry Analysis • 40% of an engineers time is devoted to searching for info to respond to reactive maintenance and develop new construction projects NIST 2004 • 8% of maintenance budget could be saved, if required info was available 2011 Building Smart Alliance • O&M Manuals investment wasted Federal Facilities Council, NSF Construction Cost: ($M) CostofHandoverUtilization($K) Value of Handover Management
  25. 25. First Published Case Study • Coming Next Issue of Facilities Engineering Journal… Our first successful full lifecycle case study use of our technology at Howard Hughes Medical
  26. 26. Knowledge Assessment
  27. 27. Overview • Continuously Load Handover Data into Operations efficiently • Ensure Handover Knowledge is integrated and accessible • Provide owner clear vision of handovers • Standardize and Integrate Handover Data with O&M Systems
  28. 28. • Collaboration platform enabling O&M participation • Provide project transfer roadmap to O&M system – Transform between Project and O&M View (patent-pending) • Manage the facility knowledge change lifecycle Benefits Construct Operate Plan
  29. 29. What we do… We continuously extract, transform, & normalize data…
  30. 30. What we do… Develop Value Added Solutions for Facility Management…
  31. 31. How it works Extract AHU-1 – Purchase Contract Explore Air Handler One – COBie AHU_01 – 1St Floor CAD Layout Normalize Simple … Powerful … Affordable Distribut e
  32. 32. Document Extraction – Automatic
  33. 33. Document Extraction – Manual
  34. 34. Document Cleanup • Discover Duplicates • Break Apart large submittal packages • Rotate Pages and Re-Organize PDFs • Reorganize folders and Rename files based on Standards
  35. 35. BIM Extraction • Integrate Owners Specs with BIM • Enforce O&M Data Standards • Enforce O&M Naming Conventions • Supplement BIM with external data • Extract BIM for Handover uses
  36. 36. Field Extraction 416041602121 • Load form based off QR Code • OCR Capture support on Phone • Draw shape with finger • Save picture and relate to asset • Cloud service verifies differences Panel Schedule Capture & Print Equipment Verification
  37. 37. Different views of Facility Knowledge CMMS BIM for FM New Project (BIM) New Project Files, Reports, Equip Files BAS Start New Assets Doc Links
  38. 38. CMMS Link to Agile Handover Corrigo Equipment Type Documents Agile Handover
  39. 39. Impact / Failure Analysis

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