R Schach & J Otto
Knowledge-Based Services in Building Management
Abstract: In recent years Facility Management (FM) developed as a know-how-oriented service. Equally the Building Automation attained a prime importance in the creation of optimized operations through digital systems for measurement and control. The target of future solutions is to combine the central Building Automation Systems with the FM-Systems for an integrative usage. Within the development of open date interfaces of the available Building Control Systems the present singularly used dates will be provided to services for an integrated FM. In that case the already existing services can be improved or new services can be created. The shown results of completed scientific research projects are determined in the creation of an applicative interface between the systems of FM und Building Control, the definition of the system architecture and possibilities for new services.
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Roger Ebeltoft, Jan Otto Larsen
Instrumentation Of Buried Flexible Culvert Subjected To Rockfall Loading
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