Facilities increasingly rely on computerized systems to optimize their buildings' systems operation and reduce the costs of maintenance and management. Therefore, facility managers and engineers must rise to the challenge of a new discipline-systems networking and integration-as more and more computerized systems become implemented.BAS, MMS, and building utilities metering; it does not need information on utilities billing or power plant operation). ac What information is to be transmitted over the network to other systems (i.e., from BAS to maintenance management system, from BAS to the FIDMS). ... graphic software (Harvard Graphics), drafting software (AutoCad), trend graphs, and other formats familiar to the network users.
|Title||:||Networking and Integration of Facilities Automation Systems|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1999-09-28|