Utilizing a Distributed Data and Computing Architecture in Analytics Applications
Thursday, March 2, 2021,
Pending approval for 1 AIA LU
The Energy Management Association and their Associate Members SkyFoundry and BASSG are hosting a free webinar panel with Altura Associates and ATS Automation. It will outline the benefits of implementing a distributed architecture in analytics, which Alper Uzmezler, BASSG, called “the future.”
The first generation of analytics solutions were designed with the requirement to transmit all data from equipment systems to the cloud or centralized servers where analytics and the generation of visualizations and reports would then be performed. However, there is tremendous value in recognizing the strategic impact of distributing analytics at different layers of our data networks and efficiency to be gained.
It may not always be possible or necessary to transmit every piece of data from every IoT device to the cloud before being able to gain value from that data. To realize the full benefits of analytics and the promise of the IoT, systems need to embrace the highly distributed nature of facilities and equipment systems by providing an architecture that enables data acquisition, analytics processing and control to occur where it is most efficient, cost effective, and reliable.
- Understand the concept of a distributed, edge-to-cloud analytics architecture
- Understand the benefits provided by implementing a distributed architecture
- Understand the use of a distributed architecture in multiple real world applications
- Understand analytics-driven control at the edge
Who Should Attend?
- Commissioning Providers
- Building Owners & Facility Managers
- Energy Managers
- MEP Engineers
- HVAC Testing Professionals
SkyFoundry: SkySpark Analytics automatically analyzes data from smart devices and equipment systems to identify issues, faults, deviations, and anomalies enabling improved performance, reduced downtime, and operational savings
BASSG: BASSG has been an innovator in Building Automation Technology and BAS Analytics delivery that reduce implementation and facility management energy costs. Through in-house developed easy-to-deploy, multi-system software tools, BASSG branded OEM products and multiple distributorships, BASSG can be a one-stop provider for everything BAS at an unbeatable value, significantly lowering implementation and maintenance costs.
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