Efficiency Improvement with Data Center Monitoring Based on Building Information Modeling on the Facility Management Stage release_xmz5nbjmvbg2jl5ikbxslh7noi

by Sergey Pogorelskiy, Imre Kocsis

Published in Designs by MDPI AG.



Building Management Systems can be used for effective monitoring, management, planning, and improving the quality of work on large objects (office buildings, factories). Moreover, these systems can reduce costs during the operational phase. One of the technically complex and expensive facilities in which functions of Building Management Systems are used are data centers. To achieve a high level of efficiency at the Facility Management stage, it is important to work with data centers from the design stage. Data center design issues can be solved using Building Information Modeling, but during the transition to the operation of the facility some problems arise, namely the correct data export for Facility Management, the connection of real sensors with the model, and the receipt of data. All of these also affect the efficiency of the data center systems management. This article introduces a novel methodology for interconnecting Building Information Models with real sensors in data centers, which can provide a basis for further optimization. Furthermore, it can result in a more efficient operation in the operational phase. The proposed method is implemented and the experience gained as a result of the application is described.
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