PART I: INTRODUCTION 1 Introduction to Web Based Enterprise & Building Automation Systems 2 Building Automation Beyond the Simple Web Server 3 What in an Intelligent Building? 4 How Can a Building Be Intelligent if It Has Nothing to Say? 5 Ten Technology Takeaways 6 The Business Value of Enterprise Energy Management at DFW Airport
PART II: WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & FACILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CASE STUDIES 7 Innovating the Business of Facilities Operations: A Framework for the Next Major Advancement in Facilities Operations 8 An IT Approach to Diagnosing Complex System Interactions 9 How to Automate Strategies that Make Companies Energy Savvy 10 Bringing Building Automation Systems Under Control 11 Enterprise Energy Management System Installation Case Study at a Food Process Plant 12 Ford Motor Company Web Based Enterprise Wide Compressor Management System 13 Technology as a Tool for Continuous Improvement 14 A Case Study of the Jefferson Health System's Enterprise Energy Management System 15 Integrated Energy Management: A Proven Approach to a Successful Energy Management Program
PART III: WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & FACILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM APPLICATIONS 16 Automated Commissioning for Lower Cost, Widely Deployed Building Commissioning of the Future 17 Monitoring Based Commissioning for Facilities 18 Effectiveness of Energy Management Systems: What the Experts Say & Case Studies Reveal 19 The Revolution of Internet Enabled OEM Controls 20 Web Based Wireless Controls for Commercial Building Energy Management 21 At the Base of the Enterprise Pyramid: Training Building Operators for Digital Monitoring & Control 22 Facility Scheduling Program 23 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: A Proactive Approach to Facility Management 24 Web Based Information Technology: A Supply Chain for Energy Strategy in Hotel Operations
PART IV: WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & FACILITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN THE ENTERTAINMENT PARK INDUSTRY 25 How Disney Saves Energy Hint: It's Not Magic 26 An Owner's Approach to Energy Management System Design 27 Using the Web for Energy Data Acquisition & Analysis 28 Disney's Enterprise Energy Management Systems
PART V: WEB BASED ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR DEMAND RESPONSE APPLICATIONS 29 Participation Through Automation: Fully Automated Critical Peak Pricing in Commercial Buildings 30 Industrial Customers Participating in the Deregulated Texas Electric Utility Market Utilizing Dashboards to Integrate Revolutionary Web Based Software Solutions & Enterprise Systems 31 Web Enabled Metering & Control for Demand Response
PART VI: HARDWARE & SOFTWARE TOOLS & SYSTEMS FOR DATE INPUT, DATA PROCESSING & DISPLAY IN ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS 32 Wireless Metering: The Untold Story 33 An Energy Manager's Introduction to Weather Normalization of Utility Bills 34 The Energy & Cost Savings Calculation System for Enterprise Energy Management 35 SCADA & DCS Security Vulnerabilities & Counter Measures for Engineers, Technicians & IT Staff 36 Developing an Energy Information System: An Efficient Methodology 37 Developing an Energy Information System: Working with the Budget
PART VII: FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES FOR WEB BASED ENTERPRISE ENERGY & BUILDING AUTOMATION SYSTEMS; & CONCLUSIONS 38 Virtual Value Visions for Building Automation 39 Cisco Connected Real Estate 40 Final Thoughts & Conclusion
HANDBOOK OF WEB BASED ENERGY INFORMATION & CONTROL SYSTEMS Edited by Barney L. Capehart, Ph.D., C.E.M. and Timothy Middelkoop, Ph.D., C.E.M.