North American Building Automation Systems Protocol Analysis


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Building control systems (BCS) can make environments more comfortable, safe, and efficient by integrating all system components. In order to do this effectively, different and disparate systems need to be able to communicate and interact mutually with each other, or become interoperable. The communicating devices have to use a common set of communication rules--a common "protocol." True interoperability is achieved by the communication of system parameters, allowing the BCS to understand and act upon information originating from multiple sources. The main point for the end-user is that the equipment has to be able to communicate and function in a seamless and transparent manner, regardless of which computer language, or protocol, is used.

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North American Building Automation Systems Protocol Analysis, Executive SummaryMarket Overview and Research FindingsIntroductionMarket Segment AnalysisStrategic ConclusionsNorth American Building Automation Systems Protocol Analysis, Building Automation ProtocolsOverviewIntroductionCost CompetitiveWhat is a "Protocol"InteroperabilityIntegrationGatewaysNetworking TechnologyControl NetworkingStandardization of Protocol TechnologyNetwork TechnologyOpen System InterconnectionThe Internet- An OverviewChallengesAbsence of Total System Performance Measurement Education of Owners and End-Users on New TechnologiesAccountability for Full Network OperationGenerating the Proper Documentation for System NetworksAvailability of Skilled Software Application EngineersOvercoming Customer Perceptions about Plug-in-Play TechnologyNorth American Building Automation Systems Protocol Analysis, Protocol AnalysisProprietaryOverviewJohnson ControlsInvensysBACnetIntroductionTechnical AnalysisBACnet/IPConclusionsLonWorksIntroductionEchelon - The CompanyTechnical AnalysisConclusionsTCP/IPOverviewTechnical AnalysisConclusionsOther Protocol TechnologiesIntroductionModbusOPCWirelessConclusionsBACnet and LonWorks - The Tug of WarFuture Trends - Interoperable ModularityNorth American Building Automation Systems Protocol Analysis, Glossary of TermsGlossary TermsGlossary Terms A-CGlossary Terms D-FGlossary G-IGlossary Terms J-PGlossary Terms R-Z

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