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Paper lc3-2017-279:
A Platform for Automated Technical Building Management Services Using Ontology

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Georg Ferdinand Schneider, Yashar Kalantari, Georgios D. Kontes, Gunnar Grün and Simone Steiger

A Platform for Automated Technical Building Management Services Using Ontology

Abstract: The deployment of technical building management services is a requirement to further reduce energy demand of future and existing buildings. Automating the process of configuring and deploying technical building management services such as fault detection and diagnosis of technical equipment seems to be a promising path to intensify the adoption of these services. In this work we present a data processing and analytics execution platform which allows the deployment of ontology-based, automated technical building management services on a large-scale. We present the platform architecture and results from a reference implementation performing rule-based fault detection on offline air handling unit data.

Keywords: Technical Building Management, Service-Oriented Architecture SOA, Fault Detection and Diagnosis, Ontology

DOI: https://doi.org/10.24928/JC3-2017/0279

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