Tue, May 16|
New York Institute of Technology
Smart Metering & AI for Building EMS
Food, drink & networking 5:30 - 6:00 pm. Presentations begin at 6:00 pm and complete at 7:30 pm.
Time & Location
May 16, 2023, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
New York Institute of Technology, 16 W 61st St, 11th Floor Auditorium, New York, NY 10023
About The Event
- WattTime Buildings Overview
- Digital Facility Management - Intellimation
- kW Engineering - Interval Data
- YouTube Recording
*Continuing Education/Professional Development credits will be available.
Our May chapter meeting will look at current digital data applications and issues impacting our industry, including both energy-meter data and building operational data.
Driven by state regulators, over the last decade, energy metering has taken a huge leap to electronic “smart” meters, reading and recording at 15-minute intervals, increasing a meter’s data points from 1 per month (2 if Demand is separate) to almost 3,000 per month. Con Ed has installed 5,000,000 and counting under NYS regulatory mandate. And this is independent of sub-meters for tenants or systems. This huge reservoir of data offers both challenges and opportunities. How is this data managed and to what uses can it be put?
Similarly, our building control systems have moved from local systems with limited data capabilities to digital systems that capture records of every controlled parameter. Even small homes increasingly have smart thermostats as part of the growing IOT wave with its data connection to the cloud. Is this data accessible and structured so that it can be readily used? Can it be merged with energy-use data?
These are questions we will be examining in May.
- David Jump, PE., CMVP kw Engineering, an expert in Measurement and Verification of Energy Savings
- Terry Herr, Intellimation LLC, a controls integrator, specializing in BAS data extraction and use
- Henry Richardson, WattTime Inc., the Technical Director of a cutting-edge information technology firm in the utility sector