Facilities Technology - Powering the Future

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Facilities Technology:
Powering the Sustainable Future
Jonathan F. Lee
Director of Access Control and Systems
Montclair State University
[email protected]
http://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanflee
http://www.bdpa.org/member/jonathanflee
Overview
•What is Facilities Technology?
•What Are Its Driving Forces?
•How Do I Get Involved?
A Logical Order
•Facilities Comes First
•Can’t Change the Order
•Understand the Role
Intelligent
Facilities
TECHNOLOGY
•Poor Planning
•Setbacks
FACILITIES
What is Facilities Technology?
•Systems
•BAS/EMS (HVAC, SCADA, Energy
Management, Utility Billing & Metering)
•Engineering (GIS, CAFM, Space Planning)
•Technology (CMMS, Business, Other)
•Knowledge
•Processes
FacTEC is Applied Technology
•Enables Facilities users to:
• Work Smarter  Intelligent Buildings
•Increase Focus on Service Delivery
Communications
FACILITIES
TECHNOLOGY
Improvements
Finding a FacTEC Model
•Public vs. Private
•Identify Areas of Concern
•Fit Model to Environment
•Manage Expectations
FacTEC at Montclair State
•FMIS division was introduced in 2005
•Multi-disciplinary group
•Current Model is more distributed
Facilities MIS
Facilities
Service Desk
(FSD)
Security
Utility &
Energy
Management
Facilities
Technology
Security
Security
Audit Services
Access &
Monitoring
Systems
Magnetic Stripe
(Kaba Ilco)
Proximity
Systems (GE
Infographics)
Lockshop
Morse Key
Watcher
Key Creation &
Management
Security Alarms
Call Boxes
Inventory Control
Utilities & Energy Management
Utilities & Energy
Management
Energy
Management
Utilities
Billing Analysis
BAS
Alerton BAS
(IBEX)
Nform (Liebert)
Andover - SRC
Honeywell - PZ
SCADA
High Voltage
Monitoring (QEI)
Facilities Technology
Facilities Technology
Facilities
Inventory Control
Systems
Deferred
Maintenance
(Entech)
Roof
Management
Systems
Construction &
Project
Management
Systems
Parking
Services
Permit Sales
Systems (T2)
Parking
Transaction &
Maintenance
(Amano/Best)
Transportation
Business
Support
Fleet
Management
(TMA)
Hardware &
Software
Systems
Shuttle Tracking
(GPS)
Portfolio
Management
Timekeeping
Systems
Access Control
•Physical Key Systems
•Access Control Systems
•Security Systems / Alarms
Building Automation Systems
•HVAC
•SCADA
•Advanced Metering & Treatment
Energy Management
•Analytics
•Utility Billing
•Baseline & Benchmarking
Customer Service Systems
•Work Order/Request Systems (CMMS)
•Mail Systems
•Web Presence / Content Management
Environmental Health & Safety
•Compliance Systems
•IAQ & Monitoring Systems
•Fire Safety & Alarms
Planning & Engineering
•Construction, BIM, Project Mgmt. Systems
•CAD / CAFM / GIS
•Logistics
•Sustainable Solutions
Sustainable Solutions
•Green Technologies
•Best Practices
•LEED
Market Impact
• More than 2.8 billion square
feet of building space are
LEED-certified (as of 1/1/14)
• Equals 48,611 football fields
Source: Green Building Facts | U.S. Green Building Council http://www.usgbc.org/articles/green-building-facts 2/8
Critical Facilities
•Utilities (Power, Water, Gas, Telco/Cable)
•Transportation
•Data Centers (Google Farms, Colocation, DR)
•EMS, Hospitals
•Police, Fire
•Military, Defense
Driving Forces
Who is Using FacTEC?
•EVERYONE
•Corporations
•Government
•Education
•Public, Private
Facilities Technology doesn’t sleep…
Some Major Players
•BAS/Automation Controls
• Honeywell, Siemens, Johnson Controls (JCI)
•Access Control
•HID, JCI, Software House, Lenel
•Your Own Company
• Marriott, Pepsico, Google, Fortune 1000
What is Driving FacTEC?
•Efficiency & Progress
•Faster, better, cheaper  Energy $
•Mobility – all virtual solutions are supported
by actual facilities
•Responsibility – “Green” solutions are now
(more) affordable; benefits to the planet are
real; brand visibility is prime
•Business Strategy
Finance is the Language of Every Organization
• Positive building
performance outcomes
align with Sustainability,
and are closely
correlated (78%) with
brand strength, a
leading indicator of
financial performance.
Energy Reduction
•World energy intensity is
trending downward
•Reducing carbon intensity
•Using energy more
efficiently
•Real facilities, measured
results
Improving Environment
•N02 trending downward
•Vehicles & Coal plants
•Ozone reduction, better
breathing
•Real facilities,
measured results
In 30 Years, End-user Energy Demand Doubles to 600 Quadrillion BTUs.
Facilities Strategy  Business Strategy
• Businesses face
complex obstacles that
require innovative and
practical solutions.
• Managing a growing
business, the cost
structure, outsourcing,
and performance
analysis requires
applying experience
and efforts across the
entire business model.
• Each business
segment is supported
by various types of
Facilities.
INFRASTRUCTURE
OFFER
PARTNER
NETWORK
CORE
CAPABILITIES
CUSTOMER
CUSTOMER
RELATIONSHIPS
VALUE
PROPOSITION
ACTIVITY
CONFIGURATION
COST
STRUCTURE
CUSTOMER
SEGMENTS
DISTRIBUTION
CHANNELS
FINANCE
REVENUE
STREAMS
The Trend is Global
• Continued Market Growth in all sectors of Facilities Technology
Getting Involved
Facilities Technology Needs…
•Hardware & Software
•Communications Infrastructure
•Systems Integration (ERP)
•Business Support
•Project Management
Project Management
•Multi-discipline Projects
•Large project teams
•Understand the Scope
Supplementary Skills
•Certification or degree based
•May be Industry or Company specific
•Build perspective
Thought Leaders & Credentialing
•Major Providers (Honeywell, JCI, Siemens, IBM, etc.)
•International Facilities Management Association
(IFMA)
•Most widely recognized (FMP, CFM)
•BOMI
• Facilities/Property Mgmt. (FMC, SMC, others)
•Continental Automated Building Association
(CABA)
Be Observant
•Look around you
•Understand what Facility Technology is, and
how it contributes to how we live and work.
Be Progressive
•Think Green
•Get involved with projects that will allow you
to leverage technology with other concerns,
thereby promoting your success in multiple
areas….that’s efficiency.
Make A Difference
•Be a Bridge Builder
•Facilities knowledge teamed with technology
skillsets add value and agility to your career,
while supporting the Company bottom line.
Any Questions?
Facilities Technology:
Powering the Sustainable Future
Jonathan F. Lee
Director of Access Control and Systems
Montclair State University
[email protected]
http://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanflee
http://www.bdpa.org/member/jonathanflee

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