A Novel Human Machine Interface for Advanced Building Controls and Diagnostics

@inproceedings{Quimby2014ANH,
  title={A Novel Human Machine Interface for Advanced Building Controls and Diagnostics},
  author={Paul W. Quimby and Ritesh Khire and Francesco Leonardi and Soumik Sarkar},
  year={2014}
}
A new generation of Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) for building automation systems is needed to allow facility managers to leverage the potential of advanced controls and diagnostics. In this paper we describe a design process and the end product, a novel HMI prototype and the system that supports it. The system is an integration of advanced algorithms, an underlying software architecture, building equipment, and the human operators that use it. Recent developments in building controls and… CONTINUE READING
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