Webinar: Data Analytics & Predictive Maintenance in HVAC Systems

Here is a video of a webinar hosted by AEE Greater Philadelphia Chapter and presented by Cimetrics, Inc.

Topic
TURN YOUR DATA INTO A CRYSTAL BALL: How Big Data
Analytics can Target Energy Savings Opportunities as well
as Predict Impending System Failures to Achieve Improved
Energy Efficiency, Comfort and Sustainability.

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Monitoring-Based Commissioning during COVID-19

During these unprecedented circumstances, Cimetrics’ Analytika service continues to monitor our customer sites and support any changes to facility operations. Many facilities have reduced their on-site staff and eliminated non-essential maintenance, but Cimetrics will continue to be their watchdog for critical equipment faults. Cimetrics will also continue to monitor building spaces for unusual conditions that would normally be reported by the occupants.

Cimetrics offers the following suggestions to minimize energy use during this period of reduced occupancy:

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Ivy League University saves $315,000 in annual energy costs while improving comfort, sustainability, and being an environmental steward to the community.

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This University (we will refer to it as “ILU”) is composed of more than 150 buildings. The campus includes classrooms, dormitories, laboratories, libraries, museums, arenas, and administrative offices. More than 7,000 students are currently enrolled.

The Challenge

ILU’s environmental sustainability goals include a holistic approach for research, education, and financial considerations while minimizing environmental impacts.

To this end, ILU was interested in implementing energy conservation measures and technologies, which help achieve the sustainability goals while taking into account ILU’s specific needs.

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Educational and research facility more than doubles its investment in energy management, extends equipment life with model-based analytics.

Overview
A Boston-based higher education and research school* has been on task to maximize the efficiency of its aging Building Automation System (BAS). Over the past decade, the campus has integrated new and existing BAS equipment, some of which are nearing end-of-life status but consistently operational. Equipment commissioning, campus-wide analytics, monitoring, and performance optimization are necessary to improve equipment capacity, identify anomalies and failures impacting system efficiency, and reduce energy consumption and demand.

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A hospital saves over a million dollars in annual energy costs while improving comfort, sustainability, and social responsibility in the community.

Overview

This Hospital* is located in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Hospital set a goal to reduce energy consumption and GHG emissions while maintaining a high level of air quality and patient comfort. To this end, Hospital was interested in implementing energy conservation measures and technologies, which help
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