Fault Detection and Diagnostics of Big Data

June 19, 2014
1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Eastern Daylight Time


Buildings are not performing as well as they could perform, resulting in wasted energy, climate control problems, and code and compliance issues. Building commissioning is a process that is intended to ensure that building systems function efficiently and satisfy the operational needs for the building.

Over time, the performance of building systems and equipment degrades for a number of reasons. An ongoing building commissioning process enables facility engineering and maintenance staff to detect and diagnose problems as they arise, and to maximize the performance of existing building equipment and systems as buildings evolve.

Fault detection and diagnostics leverage the building automation system (BAS), expands building capabilities, and introduces new standards in building system and manufacturing process management. For buildings, this leads to more comfortable, reliable, cost-effective, and environmentally responsible spaces.  For industry, this means consistently higher-quality yields, less downtime, and greater operational efficiency.

By participating in the session, attendees will learn:

  • How ongoing commissioning differs from other types.
  • Why ongoing commissioning is preferable for high-tech buildings.
  • Where ongoing commissioning is best applied and how it is implemented.
  • What low or no-cost opportunities can be identified through automatic fault detection and diagnostics.


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Professional Development Hours and Continuing Education Credits

Webinar attendees and those who view the recording can earn one Professional Development Hour (PDH) for professional engineers or one Learning Unit (LU) from the American Institute of Architects for registered architects.

Contact I2SL if you would like to receive a professional development credit for viewing the webinar.

Instructor Biography

David Landman serves as the Chief of Engineering and Analytics Performance at Cimetrics Inc. Mr. Landman is primarily responsible for quality control and analysis of Cimetrics Building Analytics services to customers throughout the United States. Mr. Landman has more than 20 years of experience in the energy field and has a Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University.


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