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ISA Toronto Chapter Presentation-March 2017

Intelligent Buildings can use the skills of the control experts in the process field like the ISA Chapter members. Recent IEC Standard on cybersecurity is applicable to the building automation field.

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ISA Toronto Chapter Presentation-March 2017

  1. 1. Connect to what’s next™ Intelligent Buildings – Opportunities and Challenges ISA Toronto Chapter Meeting) March 30 2017 Presented by : David Katz Sustainable Resources Management Contact : Tel: 416-6184651
  2. 2. CABA Presentation Summary 1. Overview of CABA 2. Intelligent Buildings Description 3. Market Sizing, Characteristics and Trends 4. Zero Net Energy Buildings 5. Life Cycle Costing and Intelligent Buildings 6. Intelligent Buildings and Big Data 7. Cybersecurity Issues 8. IoT and Intelligent Buildings 9. Intelligent Building Macro Environment 10.Smart Grid and Smart Cities Page 2
  3. 3. About CABA The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) is an international not-for profit industry association dedicated to the advancement of connected home and building technologies. The organization is supported by an international membership of over 330 organizations involved in the design, manufacturing, installation and retailing of products relating to home automation and building automation. Members also include utilities and service providers. Page 3
  4. 4. CABA Board of Directors CABA Vision Statement “CABA accelerates growth in the connected home and intelligent buildings sectors.” Page 4Page 4
  5. 5. Smart Buildings Networked. Intelligent. Adaptable. Page 5 Source: Intel Corporation, CABA Board Member
  6. 6. The Architecture of Latest Building Automation System (BAS) Page 6 Source: CABA Intelligent Buildings Market Sizing for North America Report
  7. 7. Page 7 Intelligent Building Solutions Market Life Cycle Analysis Source: CABA’s North American Intelligent Buildings Roadmap 2011
  8. 8. IT/Horizontal Convergence Page 8 Source: CABA’s 2015 Intelligent Buildings and Big Data, International Association of Fire and Rescue Services, and BSRIA
  9. 9. Enterprise Convergence Platform and Cloud Technology Page 9 Source: IBM
  10. 10. BMS Penetration by Number of Buildings - by Commercial Building Size Category Page 10 Source: CABA’s Smart Grid Impact on Intelligent Buildings
  11. 11. Characteristics and Trends Page 11 • Higher education • Healthcare, mainly hospitals • Governmental buildings • Transport (airports) • Offices • Sports Stadiums • Life science/pharmaceutical industry • High tech/precision manufacturing Verticals Trends  New build and major refurbishment  Remote access to data (needs to be IP) - Could be Cloud based  Cheaper sensors, processors and available application software  Possibility of generation data from M2M/IoE  PoE platform – Low voltage lighting systems and sensors  Uptake of wireless protocols  Increasing use of software packages Source: CABA Market Sizing for North America – Intelligent Buildings Consultant/ Design Engineers IT companies IT SIs End-users (property Investors) Facility managers EPC (Gov, Edu, Health) Who is driving convergence?
  12. 12. Life Cycle Costing Of Intelligent Buildings Page 12 CABA Landmark Research Study A complimentary CABA Life Cycle Costing of Intelligent Buildings report can be found at: EMERALD SPONSORS DIAMOND SPONSORS RUBY SPONSORS
  13. 13. Page 13 Source: CABA’s Convergence of Green and Intelligent Buildings Report
  14. 14. Defining Big Data in Intelligent Buildings Page 14  Big data in intelligent buildings is defined as:  The next generation in business and operational intelligence derived from the analysis of data integrated across multiple streams or sources for the purposes of overall system understanding, performance, and optimization.  The term big data encompasses both the solution architecture and associated analytics. Source: CABA Intelligent Buildings and Big Data 2015
  15. 15. Major Findings Page 15 Source: CABA Intelligent Buildings and Big Data 2015 1. Chasm between the technology and end-user readiness for big data in intelligent buildings. 2. The majority of decision makers in the intelligent buildings market do not know how to define big data or understand the potential benefits of these new solutions. 3. Data security is a major concern for customers, and technology providers have an opportunity to demonstrate how standards and procedures can protect businesses investing in big data solutions. 4. Big data in intelligent buildings represents a pinnacle in energy and operational management.
  16. 16. The Cybersecurity Ecosystem, 2016 Page 16 Source: CABA Intelligent Building and Cybersecurity, Landmark Research 2016
  17. 17. Importance of Cybersecurity Page 17 Source: CABA Intelligent Building and Cybersecurity, Landmark Research 2016
  18. 18. Building Elements Perceived to be at High Risk Page 18 Source: CABA Intelligent Building and Cybersecurity, Landmark Research 2016
  19. 19. Profile of Cyber Attackers and Types of Attacks Carried Out Source: 2015 Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report and CABA Intelligent Building and Cybersecurity, Landmark Research 2016Page 19
  20. 20. Page 20 Readiness Level by Group Source: CABA Intelligent Building and Cybersecurity, Landmark Research 2016
  21. 21. Page 21 IEC Recent Study Results Source: CABA Intelligent Building and Cybersecurity, Landmark Research 2016 BCSWG Study Conclusions 1. IEC 62443 Standards are applicable to BCS. 2. The ISASecure certification scheme is applicable to BCS. 3. BCS cybersecurity standards and guidelines are under development by other entities but no product-specific cybersecurity standards exist yet. 4. The IEC 62443 standards do not duplicate any BCS industry cybersecurity standards. 5. No BCS cybersecurity certification scheme exists that would be duplicated by the ISASecure certification scheme for BCS.
  22. 22. Page 22 IEC Recent Study Results Source: CABA Intelligent Building and Cybersecurity, Landmark Research 2016 Other Relevant Findings 1. BACnet (Building Automation and Control networks) will soon release a set of cybersecurity specification improvements for the commonly used BCS protocol. 2. Efforts by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) on the Internet of Things (IoT) and cyber physical systems may ultimately impact BCS. 3. ASHRAE and CABA recently initiated education efforts on BCS cyber security topics, and have launched efforts to study the needs of their members related to BCS cyber security.
  23. 23. Page 23 IEC Recent Study Results Source: CABA Intelligent Building and Cybersecurity, Landmark Research 2016 Other Relevant Findings 4. IEC 62443 is emerging as a defacto reference standard for operational technology (OT). Published References to IEC 62443 include: NIST Framework for Improving Infrastructure Cybersecurity includes ten specific references to ISA 62443-3-3. NIST 800-82 Guide to Industrial Control System Security and NIST Framework for Cyber Physical Systems provide ISA 62443 a general reference. • CABA's 2015-16 landmark study Intelligent Buildings and Cybersecurity, IEC 62443 is first in a list of "prominent building control cybersecurity standards“. • The Industrial Internet Consortium September 2016 Volume G4: Security Framework includes 42 references to IEC 62443.
  24. 24. Page 24 Source: Jabil,
  25. 25. Internet of Things Page 25 Devices that are connected to the internet, integrating greater computer capabilities, and using data analytics to extract meaningful information. Source: Intel Corporation, CABA Board Member
  26. 26. “Internet of Things” Principles Page 26 Source: Intel Corporation, CABA Board Member
  27. 27. Page 27 Intelligent Building Macro Environment Source: Institute of Engineering Technology and Compass Intelligence Analysis. Smart Cities Smart Homes Smart Transportation Smart Grid Intelligent Building Structures
  28. 28. Page 28 Smart Systems – The Building of the Future Source: Arup Foresight
  29. 29. Page 29 CONTACT CABA Source: Arup Foresight
  30. 30. CONTACT CABA Page 30 Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) 1173 Cyrville Road, Suite 210 Ottawa, ON K1J 7S6 613.686.1814 Toll free: 888.798.CABA (2222) Fax: 613.744.7833 Connect to what’s next™