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Analysing and Visualising Energy Related Data in Our Buildings, Towns and Cities Barcelona Workshop 1 BAAS project; ; Contract no: 288409 FP7-ICT-2011-7 (ICT-2011-6.2 ICT systems for Energy Efficiency) Collaborative project (STREP) Javier Martín <[email protected]> Efficiency Energy Engineer Dalkia Energía y Servicios Spain

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SEMANCO Workshop: Analysing and Visualising energy related data in our buildings, towns, and cities. La Salle Campus Barcelona, Spain, 11-12 April 2013.

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Analysing and Visualising Energy Related Data in Our Buildings, Towns and Cities

Barcelona Workshop


BAAS project; ; Contract no: 288409

FP7-ICT-2011-7 (ICT-2011-6.2 – ICT systems for Energy Efficiency)

Collaborative project (STREP)

Javier Martín <[email protected]>

Efficiency Energy Engineer

Dalkia Energía y Servicios


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Acronym: BaaS

Title: Building as a Service

Project Number: 288409

Call: FP7-ICT-2011-7

Topic: ICT 2011.6.2 ICT systems for Energy Efficiency (a)

Funding Scheme: STREP

Duration: 36 months

Maximum financial EC contribution: 2,2 m€



No.Participant organisation name



1 Fundación CARTIF CARTIF Spain


3 Honeywell HONCzech


4Fraunhofer Institute for Building

PhysicsIBP Germany

5 Technical University of Crete TUC Greece

6 University College of Cork -IRUSE UCC Ireland

7 Dalkia Dalkia Spain

BaaS Project – Overview

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Problem Statement

Buildings Collection of Heterogeneous Systems.

Inefficiencies during design and operational phase.

Lack of Interoperability.

Poor Integration and Energy Performance Inefficiencies.

New Business Models Energy Contracts – ESCOs

Mitigation of operational time inefficiencies

Develop (generic) ICT Tools to provide analytics: Monitoring


Control faults and inefficiencies monitoring and optimization


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BaaS Objectives


SO1: Building modelling and simulation for energy performance

estimation and control design.

SO2: Integrated Automation and Control Services.

TO1: Data Management: Working on existing initiatives and ongoing

projects results, integrating State of the Art of extended BIM, EEB

Ontologies and Standards:

TO2: System Integration, Interoperability and Standards.


1. Proofs of concept in test beds.

2. Demonstration in real Buildings.

3. Measurement methodology for energy-savings verification. (IPMVP)

4. End User Acceptance: sensibility analysis and replication potential.

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BaaS Components

Data Models

Static (BIM, IFC)

Dynamic (Data Warehouse)

Middleware Platform

APO Service Layer

FDD Analytics

Control Optimization

Simulation Models


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BaaS: Timeline & Demonstration Activities


Test-bed I:

The centre for sustainability building is a 1348m2 office building located in Kassel (Germany).

23 people deploy their activity in its four floors, and 821m2 are conditioned. It has a BEMS,

model Sauter Lon that allows management of building generation components and final energy

uses. This BEMS is suitable to implement the proof of concept of the strategies developed in

the project framework, because some special facilities as district heating, geothermal and PV

plant and HVAC systems as well as final energy uses, radiant and air systems are sufficient in

order to verify the improvement of energy performance using new concepts of management.

Test-bed II:

The technical services building in the TUC campus is two-floor building with a total floor area of

450m2. It is an office building with 12 occupants and is fully conditioned. A PLC-based Saia-

Burgess BEMS is installed to control the heating and cooling systems. A PV array is to be

installed in the roof. An extensive monitoring and sensing infrastructure has been deployed.

This BEMS is fully accessible and programmable by the members of the TUC research group

and can be used to test the control components (natural ventilation, HVAC control etc.) to be

developed in WP5.

Test-bed III:

The CARTIF building is a 7500m2 office building. Approximately 150 people deploy their activity

in its 3 floors. The building is fully conditioned, and a BEMS system is implemented that

integrates several renewable energy (solar thermal and PV, geothermal) and conventional

facilities. The building is completely monitored, as well as a comfort control system deployed in

a distributed Lonworks network, which allows easy implementation of new strategies and

management modes. CARTIF has available a middleware technology, SOA based, that allows

the implementation of added value e-services, such as demand response and load balancing.

Demonstration Building I:

Ávila Provincial Hospital is a seven-building complex for healthcare use. The hospital has

176 beds and 3 operation rooms. The hospital was built in 50s and was renovated in 2009.

Area: 18.943,05 m2. Location: Ávila (Spain). Heating Systems: 2 Gas Boilers (2 x 1.250 kW), 1

Gas Boiler (1 x 250 kW). Cooling Systems: 2 Chillers (2 x 605kW), Solar Thermal Field: 138

m2. BMS: SIEMENS BMS controlling different components: HVAC Systems, Fire-Detection,


Demonstration Building II:

CIS building is a seven-floor building housing the energy production equipment for the Human

Evolution Museum, National Human Evolution Research Centre and the Exhibition and

Congress Centre of Burgos. Total floor area: 2153m2.Location: Burgos (Spain). CIS BMS: A

Johnson Controls BMS is installed and used to control different systems: HVAC, Fire Detection,

and Lighting. BMS Diagram: Network Control Modules (NCM), Workstations, Local Control


Test BedsDemonstration Buildings

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Overview of BaaS Architecture


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The FP7 EU project “Building as a Service” (BAAS) is funded by the European Commission FP7-ICT-2011-7 (ICT-2011-6.2 – ICT systems for

Energy Efficiency) “ICT for Sustainable Growth” Unit.


For more information:

Cesar Valmaseda ([email protected])

BaaS Project Coordinator