EP01.04 - Building Wide Systems Integration Powered by Brains
e-Health ePoster Library. Mishra S. Jun 7, 2016; 131551; EP01.04
Sanjay Mishra
Sanjay Mishra
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Focus of the Panel Discussion: Advances in building integration are pushing the concept of 'smart' to higher levels every day. Now, building owners, contractors, architects and engineers wonder, 'Is this building smart enough for tomorrow? How about 10 years from now?' It's just not enough to bring together heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment with security and lighting systems. There's demand for a new, innovative way to construct a smarter, more optimized and efficient building. And just as the construction market continues to require integrated project delivery (*IPD) and design-build to positively impact speed, value and cost certainty in a construction project, there is also a need to envision the building's purpose and desired outcomes. By leveraging convergence of building, business and specialty systems from the beginning, you can have a bigger impact on first and lifecycle costs, and functional capabilities. Objectives: Using an integrated project delivery (IPD) process from the start allows us to maximize value to the owner while minimizing issues like redundant systems, miscommunications, cost overruns and missed deadlines. The advantage of an IPD approach is the design and construction team, including owner reps, engineering consultants, architects, general contractors and JCI, collaborate early in the design process and work toward designing the building based on the desired outcomes required for the people who use the building. This results in time and cost savings as well as reducing the complexity and risk of the building, business and vertical specialty systems interoperability Panel Perspectives Represented: Reduce operating expense by converging disparate systems, infrastructure and management 8-12% savings on technology package vs. traditional construction procurement Reduced energy and operating spend Meet today's need for IT driven standards in building data exchange on a shared infrastructure Questions for Discussion: How can one Positively support the mission of the building? Can a smart health facilityEngage and support occupants? Could a Health Facility be Optimized building systems through architecture that allows refresh and forward compatibility 140 Character Summary: Optimized building systems through architecture that allows refresh and forward compatibility
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