A Strategy for IOT Enabled Building Energy Management Systems & Support Services

13:00 - Thursday 7th October 2021


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Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS) and Internet of Things (IOT) technology have made significant advancements in the last few years. Creating opportunities for better systems integration, data aggregation and analysis, while providing the ability to manage building assets remotely.

While these advancements have been great, support services have not evolved at the same pace, as such service offerings have remained largely disjointed and disparate, with the delivery of the various services required to manage the performance of a building’s subsystems are generally left to individual specialists and service providers. This makes the correlation of the data produced by these systems and the subsequent management of the processes involved in generating value from said correlated data, rather convoluted and inefficient.

In this session, we explore the role of BMS in the delivery of Smart Buildings from an operational support perspective to demonstrate how to empower a building’s key stakeholders to make better decisions about their energy usage, HVAC plant control and equipment maintenance, while ensuring a safe and healthy working environment is maintained and engineering activity on site is optimised.

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Horace Cyrus

Head of Connected Systems & Data Driven Services

Chartwell Controls Limited

My professional goal is to make a lasting contribution to the Controls Systems and Building Services industry, which I’ve been a part of for 20+ years, by capitalising on advances in IOT and networking technology, forming partnerships with key industry players within the data analytics and building services space and developing predictive analytical algorithms to push us closer to fully autonomous early fault detection and performance monitoring, with an aim to providing the tools and services for more informed and intelligent building energy management, while using the insight gained from the data analytics to improve on the processes within building energy management as a service and influence control systems strategy design.

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