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The primary purpose of this book is to prepare energy managers to understand the basic concepts and principles of information technology (IT), so that they can successfully apply this knowledge to their facility, and have the necessary understanding to supervise the IT work of a consultant or vendor. Thoroughly illustrated with charts and diagrams, the book provides you with the facts and information you'll need to successfully purchase, install and operate complex web-based energy information and control systems. Comprehensive in scope, this important reference addresses the most significant concepts and principles that energy or facility managers typically need to grasp, with emphasis on computer networking, use of facility operation databases, and sharing data using the web and TCP/IP communications protocol.

ISBN: 0-88173-449-7
8½ x 11, 426 pp., Illus., Hardcover


1 – Introduction to Information Technology for Energy Managers: Understanding Web-Based Energy Information & Control Systems

2 – Introduction to Web-Based Information & Control Systems

3 – How a Web-Based Energy Information System Works

4 – The Evolution of Building Automation Systems Toward the Web

5 – What Network Building Control Can Do for End Users

6 – Life-Cycle Considerations for "Smart Equipment"

7 – Introduction to Web-Based Energy Information & Control Systems for Energy Management & Demand Response in Commercial Buildings

8 – Trends Affecting Building Control System (BCS) Development

9 – How to Get the Most Out of Your EIS: A New Organizational Management Paradigm

10 – The Case for Energy Information

11 – Using the Web for Cost-Effective Energy Information

12 – The Importance of a Strategic Metering Plan for Utility Cost Management

13 – Optimizing the Value of Web-Based Energy Information

14 – Guide to Analysis Applications in Energy Information Systems

15 – Data Analysis & Decision Making: Using Spreadsheets & "Pivot Tables" to Get a Read on Energy Numbers

16 – Knowledge Practice in a Sea of Information

17 – Some Methods of Statistical Analysis for EIS Information Signals

18 – Introduction to Network Security

19 – Computer Network Security: An Overview

20 – Network Security for EIS & ECS Systems

21 – Fundamentals of Database Technology & Database-Driven Web Applications

22 – Relational Database Choices & Design

23 – Utility Data Web Page Design: An Introduction

24 – Utility Data Web Page Design: Learning Technologies

25 – Utility Data Web Page Design: Presenting the Data

26 – BACS Industry Shaped by Standardization & Information Technology

27 – BCS Integration Technologies: Open Communications Networking

28 – ANSI/EIA 709.1, IP, & Web Services: The Keys to Open, Interoperable Building Control Systems

29 – Real-Time System Integration

30 – Specifying, Selecting & Evaluating Web-Accessible Control Systems

31 – Custom Programs Enhance Building Tune-Up Process

32 – Application Examples of Energy Infoirmation Systems

33 – Leveraging IP Technology for Remote Monitoring in the Energy Industry Pipeline Operations & Facilities Management

34 – Creating Web-Based Information Systems from Energy Management System Data

Glossary, Index


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