Rui Manuel Almeida – IBM


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Numa parceria com a Agência para a Energia ADENE, a IBM, a Câmara Municipal de Faro, a Universidade do Algarve e a CCDR do Algarve, a Iniciativa CONSTRUÇÃO SUSTENTÁVEL realiza o SEMINÁRIO “Cidades mais Inteligentes”, a partir das 18:00h no dia 12 de Abril no Auditório da CCDR do Algarve. O SEMINÁRIO enquadra-se na Semana Europeia da Energia Sustentável através do programa Enterprise Europe Network e o programa encontra-se em:


Com mais de metade da população do planeta a habitar em cidades os temas da sustentabilidade e da resiliência urbanas tornam-se cada vez mais importantes. Uma cidade sustentável é, por definição, “compacta, completa e conectada”. A cidade inteligente nasce deste conceito de sustentabilidade urbana e assenta numa gestão dinâmica e em tempo real de todos as condições e dos fluxos que a cidade gera, dando prioridade à resiliência da cidade, à eficiência na utilização de recursos e à utilização de recursos renováveis, distribuindo os benefícios de forma equitativa.

A eficiência energético-ambiental do meio edificado, a descentralização da transformação de recursos renováveis que introduzem o conceito de “utilizador-produtor”, as “redes inteligentes e bi-direccionais” e a capacidade de “armazenamento descentralizado de recursos” à escala urbana, a disponibilização de toda a informação em tempo real sobre os fluxos e a gestão dinâmica das condicionantes climáticas que afectam o bem estar da cidade, estão entre os temas abordados.


Autarcas, promotores imobiliários, empresários, arquitectos, engenheiros, gestores de condomínio e de imóveis, proprietários de imóveis ... em suma, a todos que pretendem explorar as oportunidades de intervenção no meio edificado existente com o objectivo de optimizar o respectivo desempenho energético-ambiental.


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Rui Manuel Almeida – IBM

  1. 1. Smarter BuildingsA smarter way to manage buildings and facilities Rui
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  2. 2. SMARTER MANAGEMENT FOR BUILDINGS & FACILITIES The need for progress is clear The benefits are significant2 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  3. 3. A globally integrated world creates new interwoven issues Increasingly empowered people demandOn going pressures Urban growth straining both new better managed and eco-efficient to reduce cost. and existing infrastructures. workplace. Energy shortfalls combined Buildings have new connectivity, with communication and security volatility in price. imperatives. 3 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  4. 4. The digital and physical infrastructures of the planet are converging… Computational power is being put into things we wouldn’t recognize as computers. Indeed, almost anything—any person, any object, any process or any service, for any organization, large or small—can become digitally aware and networked.44 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  5. 5. …because intelligence is being infused into the way the world works. 30 billion 1 billion 85% By 2011, 30 billion RFID By 2011, there will be more Nearly 85% of new tags will be embedded than 1 billion camera phones automobiles will into our world and across in existence. contain event data entire ecosystems. recorders by 2011. 2 billion 4 billion 1 trillion There will be an estimated There are an estimated Soon, there will be 1 trillion 2 billion people on the 4 billion mobile phone connected devices in internet by 2011. subscribers worldwide. the world, constituting an “internet of things.” 15 petabytes 1 petaflop 1 sq kilometer Every day, 15 petabytes Scientists are working to New analytics enable high- of new information are being prevent influenza pandemics by resolution weather forecasts for generated. This is 8x more modeling the viruses with a areas as fine as than the information in all supercomputer that can operate 1 to 2 square kilometers. U.S. libraries. at one petaflop, or one quadrillion operations per second.5 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  6. 6. Something profound is happening around us + + = INSTRUMENTED INTERCONNECTED INTELLIGENT SMARTER We now have the People, buildings, All this information can We can gather, ability to measure, campuses, cities, etc. be used to make synthesize and apply sense and see the are now interacting in optimal decisions that this information to exact condition of entirely new ways. are based on historical achieve financial, practically everything trends and predicted environmental and in near real-time. events. operational benefits in buildings.6 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. The need for progress is clear30 percent 42 percent 1Energy costs alone Worldwide, buildings Buildings are therepresent about 30% consume 42% of all number 1 contributorof an office building’s electricity – up to 50% to global CO2total operating costs. of which is wasted. emissions.2025 1/2 2/3By 2025, buildings Buildings lose as 65% of building occupantsworldwide will become much as 1/2 of the are willing to help redesignthe top energy consumers. water that flows into their workplace to make it them. more environmentally responsible.7 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  8. 8. The benefits are real40% 30% 91% Up to 18%savings less water occupancy rate productivitySmarter buildings Also save up to LEED and Energy A variety of studiescan reduce energy 30% of water Star green buildings have demonstratedusage by 40% and usage along with have consistently productivity benefits inreduce building lower energy costs higher occupancy commercial settings.maintenance cost resulting from rates with reduced Office worker10-30%. reductions in the churn, quicker lease productivity increased amount of energy up, and higher re-up up to 18% on average used to pump and rates. in smarter buildings. heat water.8 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  9. 9. SMARTER BUILDINGS What is a smarter building? How do I get there?9 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  10. 10. What is a smarter building?Smarter Buildings are well managed, integrated physical and digital infrastructures that provideoptimal occupancy services in a reliable, cost effective, and sustainable manner. Smarter Buildings…   Are more cost effective by reducing energy and operating costs.   Use active and designed-in techniques to achieve efficiency and environmental responsibility.   Have the ability to interact with occupants inside them as well as the environment around them.   Maintain a safer and more secure workplace.   Communicate in real-time to supporting infrastructure ( i.e. smart grid, broadband, etc.).10 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  11. 11. How does a building become smarter? Portfolio Water Energy Elevators Estates Mgmt Smart Meters, Smart Meters, Maintenance, Use / Flow Sensing Demand response Performance Weather Current Asset Mgmt Fire Predictions Lifecycle Functionality checks, HVAC Detector service Fans, Variable Air Integration and interaction with with Externalities Energy Use Facilities Management Process Optimization Volume, Air Quality Passive/Active Emergency Services Alerts, ActionsBuilding Services Maintenance Utilities Occupancy Demand Mgmt, Space Mgmt Cost ControlTenant Services Help Desk Lighting Community Occupancy Sensing Services Waste Mgmt Access/Security Transportation,Trash/Water/Recycle Badge in, Traffic, Events Cameras, Integration 24/7 Monitoring Perimeter, Doors, Compliance Condition Monitoring, Floors, Occupancy Parking Lot Utilization CommercialEnvironmental reports Potential Instrumentation of Building Systems AdvertisementIndustry Specific Hospital, hotel, etc. Integrated Building & Communications Services11 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  12. 12. Business Solution: Practical Application of Smarter Buildings Strategic Thinking  Data Source: Industry Bldg Mgmt Systems Level 4 Business  Identify Sub-optimal Conditions Level 4 - Advanced Analytics  Detect Root Cause  Implement Corrective Actions  Drives improved Operational Efficiency  Reduces Cost  Executive Reporting Level 3 Information  Integration with HR and Security Level 3 - Global Optimization  Global Space Cost, Utilization, Density & Reporting  Real Time Energy Monitoring  Electricity, Water, Fuel Oil, Gas tracking  Building Operations Efficiency Level 2 Common Tools  Maximo – Global Work Order Mgmt Level 2 -  Space Suite – Global Space Mgmt Data Operational  Drawbase – Bldg Drawing Repository Management  Utility Accountant – Cost and Consumption  Enterprise Energy Management System Level 1  Demand Management Level 1 - Control Building Management  Alarms, Escalation, Trending Building Controls Systems  Reports  Schedule Management Level 0 Level 0 - Physical Physical Sensors Meters Cameras HVAC Lighting Fire Water12 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  13. 13. Analytics are key in managing smarter buildings 1.  Sensing-Monitoring 2. Data Store Enterprise - Near real time data capture - Trending analysis Reporting from BMS - Data warehouse Feed - Sensors/feeds across domains - Meta data and business rules - Asset level performance monitoring Targeted data acquis ition5. Sustainability & Reporting - Enterprise & Operational Dashboard - Drilldown capability - Alert Summary - Work Order Management Meta-data model - Maintenance of optimized • Contextualization position (no back sliding) • Interrelationships 3. Analytics - Alerting - Business Rule Trends - Computational modeling 4. Improvement Identified Statistics/Models - Creation of insights Improvement for Improvement that feed decisions and - Optimized base-line energy use actions/projects actions - Process changes - Maintenance and operations activity - Operational cost savings Feeds to other systems: - Capital cost avoidance Work Orders, Excel, - Reduced energy use Browser, Planning 13 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation - Client satisfaction
  14. 14. Creating Smarter Cities one building at a time !14 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  15. 15. Smarter Buildings integrate with Smarter Grids. An example of how smarter buildings are a part of a Smarter City Smarter Buildings Residential  Integrated and optimized physical and digital  Energy Management - Central control and infrastructures that are cost effective and connection of home systems - electronics and operationally efficient for energy, water, waste, community micro grids. Appliances Industrial plants that automatically adjust power GHG management and can serve as micro grids usage based on grid status. Building complex Advanced Meters  Link with power company Electric Company  Intelligent fault management  Distributed grid intelligence CogenData / C/oud Central Power Plant Operations Center  Dynamic system control room Plug-in Electric Hybrid Vehicle (PEHV) Charging  Smart charging of hybrid & electric vehicles at home and at commercial locations Solar ,Wind Farms, Energy Exploration, Hydro Distribution Company Production and Generation  Distribution management   Coal, Oil, Gas  Energy supply chain   Nuclear, Hydroelectric  Distributed storage   Solar, Wind, Geothermal 15 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  16. 16. SMARTER BUILDINGS Partnering for success16 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  17. 17. IBM is partnering with industry leaders to deliver solutions ASSETS COMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES & PROPERTY INFRASTRUCTURE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTION INFRASTRUCTURE DATA CENTER BUILDING MOBILITY INFRASTRUCTURE INFRASTRUCTURE INFRASTRUCTURE Servers & Storage UPS HVAC Cell Towers Applications & Data PDU Lighting Production Equipment Network Devices CRAC Security Trucking Fleets Distributed Systems Chiller Fire17 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  18. 18. The Green Sigma™ Coalition Building Technologies   Helping to define Smarter Building key performance indicators and standards   Working together to deliver proven solutions for sustainability   Collaborating on customer projects across many industries to drive quick ROI & continuous improvement18 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  19. 19. CUSTOMER CASE STUDIES Real experiences, real benefits19 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  20. 20. IBM smarter buildings implementations Armonk, NY Rochester, MN Case Studies: Rochester Armonk Implementations completed by September 2010. Expect +5% energy cost reduction in already efficient   Facility profile:   Facility profile: buildings that have seen an –  Opened September 1997 –  3.3m sq. ft. multi-building, mixed use average 5% reductions/year –  Capacity: 600 people light industrial complex for the last 10 years. –  33 buildings – office, production, lab,   Scope: Operational cost reductions data center, warehouse, CUP –  Lighting management –  Age of facility dates back to 1950s expected from condition- –  Metering –  10 buildings per year are retro- –  PLC – BMS integration based maintenance and commissioned prioritization of preventive –  Advanced analytics –  Fault detection & diagnostics   Scope: maintenance. –  Dashboard for energy, carbon, –  BMS/metering integration maintenance, space, etc. –  HVAC sensors/metering point Implemented with smarter integration buildings alliance partner –  Lighting management –  Perimeter pre-heat Johnson Controls –  Chiller optimization –  Advanced analytics/FDD. –  Dashboard for energy, carbon, maintenance, space, etc.20 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  21. 21. Sample Results of IBM Property Management Initiatives21 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  22. 22. Smarter buildings in action SMART IS SMART IS SMART IS Create facilities that are cost effective Integrated communications and building Integration of energy information related for their owners, reducing energy and services that support intelligent to asset management: meaning safer, operational cost. operations more secure and focused on safeguarding the environment.Mabuchi-motors: St. Barnabas Medical Center: Ave Maria University:Designed, built and maintain an Improved asset utilization and Converged 23 systems tointelligent HQ building in Japan staff response times by 90%. single IP network. Integratedthat delivered 22% reduction of Reducing overhead paging by JCI Metasys with IBM MaximoCO2, 13% reduction of life cycle 94%. Enhancing HCAHPS scores Asset Management. Savedcost. by eliminating communication $1M in building costs and barriers between care teams and $350K/yr in combined patients. operating costs 22 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  23. 23. Why IBM for Smarter Buildings? ─ BM’s own global transformational experience I ─ BM Services I   Global Business Services has the consulting expertise to bring together business and operational requirements   Global Technology Services has the operational and integration best practices ─ BM Technology I   IBM Systems hardware leadership   IBM Software solid base for integration ─ BM Research I   Deep Research Capabilities   Green and Business Analytics Research ─  artner Ecosystem P   IBMs partnerships with building management vendors via the Green Sigma Alliance23 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  24. 24. Smarter Buildings are part of the IBM Smarter Planet Vision The world is flatter, smaller, and getting smarter Everything is becoming instrumented, interconnected, and intelligent Smarter Buildings24 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  25. 25. Thank You! Let’s build a Smarter Planet25 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  26. 26. Back-Up26 Apr-12-11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
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