Energy and water monitoring for existing buildings
This report examines the use of monitoring systems in existing commercial buildings. There are a number of drivers for the installation of monitoring systems, and these are discussed. Monitoring systems are available in many different forms and are categorised according to data source, resolution and availability.
A wide variety of monitoring systems and technologies are available and these are discussed in terms of data collection methods and user interface options. A monitoring system design process has been outlined to assist those intending to design a system for their building.
Finally, case studies of monitoring systems are presented including details of system monitoring points and benefits achieved.
Full Report by AIRAH published by Equilibrium
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- Low Carbon Green GrowthWed 25 Sep 2013
- Megatrends: Future shaping research from GPT and CSIRO FuturesFri 26 Jul 2013
- Tenant's Guide to Green Leases and the Green Lease HandbookWed 17 Oct 2012
- Green Lane Diary iPad MagazineThu 30 Aug 2012
- Living Wall and Green Roof Plants for AustraliaTue 24 Jul 2012
- Re-thinking Cities: A Strategy For Integrated InfrastructureThu 19 Jul 2012
- Green Buildings Driving Employee ProductivityFri 7 Oct 2011
- Energy Smart Buildings - SpringThu 29 Sep 2011
- Companies go green to enhance productivityMon 28 Mar 2011