Coordinating Fault Detection , Alarm Management , and Energy Efficiency in a Large Corporate Campus

  title={Coordinating Fault Detection , Alarm Management , and Energy Efficiency in a Large Corporate Campus},
  author={Jonathan Cook and Darrell S Smith and Alan Meier},
Microsoft sought to reduce energy use on its Puget Sound campus by enhancing analysis of energy consumption and building system optimization. The pilot project focused on 13 diverse buildings, representing 2.6 million square feet and equipped with various building management systems. An analytical layer above the existing building management systems was deployed to provide a consolidated view of granular energy use across all of the buildings and generate actionable data to improve maintenance… CONTINUE READING
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