Print Email Facebook Twitter A systematic engineering tool chain approach for self-organizing building automation systems Title A systematic engineering tool chain approach for self-organizing building automation systems Author McGibney, A. Rea, S. Lehmann, M. Thior, S. Lesecq, S. Hendriks, M. Gardeux, C. Mai, L.T. Pacull, F. Ploennigs, J. Basten, T. Pesch, D. Publication year 2013 Abstract There is a strong push towards smart buildings that aim to achieve comfort, safety and energy efficiency, through building automation systems (BAS) that incorporate multiple subsystems such as heating and air-conditioning, lighting, access control etc. The design, commissioning and operation of BAS is already challenging when handling an individual subsystem; however when introducing co-operation between systems the complexity increases dramatically. Balancing the contradictory requirements of comfort, safety and energy efficiency and coping with the dynamics of constantly changing environmental conditions, usage patterns, user needs etc. is a demanding task. This paper outlines an approach to the systematic engineering of cooperating, adaptive building automation systems, which aims to formalize the engineering approach in the form of an integrated tool chain that supports the building stakeholders to produce site-specific robust and reliable building automation. © 2013 IEEE. Subject Communication & InformationESI - Embedded Systems InnovationTS - Technical SciencesInformaticsInformation SocietyBuilding automation systemCo-operationSystematic engineeringTool chain To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:58cb2fe0-0f1b-4677-a499-074bbeda05ad DOI https://doi.org/10.1109/iecon.2013.6700416 TNO identifier 489080 ISBN 9781479902248 Source 39th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, IECON 2013, 10 November 2013 through 14 November 2013, Vienna, 7696-7701 Article number 6700416 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.