Networking and Integration of Facilities Automation Systems / Edition 1

Networking and Integration of Facilities Automation Systems / Edition 1

by Viktor Boed
     
 

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.See more details below

Overview

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.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780849306990
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
09/28/1999
Pages:
264
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.70(d)

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Table of Contents

Integration of Facilities Computerized Systems,Viktor Boed
Basics of Network Communications,Viktor Boed
DDC Open Systems:An Overview, John J. McGowan
Network Protocols,Viktor Boed
Serial Communications,Viktor Boed
RS-485 Networks for Facilities Metering at Yale University,Robert Hobbs
Case Study:Heterogeneous Interconnected Fieldbuses, Frantisek Zezulka
Lower Level Industrial Networks:Fieldbus,Viktor Boed
Canadian Automated Building (CAB)Protocol,Viktor Boed
LonTalk Protocol,Viktor Boed
The Development of BACnet, Ira Goldschmidt
A Data Communication Protocol for Building Automation and Control Networks: BACnet,Viktor Boed
Institutional Energy Metering:Challenges and Opportunities, Roberto Meinrath
Case Study:Yale Maxnet,Viktor Boed
Bibliography
Index

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