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Track: Controls
Sponsor: 1.4 Control Theory and Application
Chair: Joseph Kilcoyne, P.E., Member, SC Engineers, Inc., San Diego, CA
Progressive cities are taking building automation out of the building and applying it across their infrastructure of outdoor lighting, cameras and pumping stations. This seminar presents the latest advances in smart city technology, its proper application and the importance of interoperability. The role of traditional building automation systems in the smart city is discussed. See how San Diego became the first city in the US to deploy a smart wireless lighting network equipped with sensors and software to compile data for real-time analysis and its plans to take the smart city to a whole new level.

1. What Is Smart? The Architecture of a Smart City
Ron Bernstein, Member, RBCG, LLC, Encinitas, CA
This session will cover the integration, interoperability and system architecture of a smart city. The presenter discusses new opportunities for connected cities using broadband communications and a vision for new solutions. Street lighting is central to a broader smart city vision that municipalities are starting to embrace in order to reduce energy and operational costs.

2. Turning Modern Cities into SMART Cities
Parita Ammerlahn, City of San Diego - Environmental Services Department, San Diego, CA
This seminar will showcase what makes San Diego one of the most innovative, forward-thinking cities in smart infrastructure technology. The presenter explains how energy-efficient LED street lighting fixtures and wireless lighting controls will save the city more than $250,000 annually. The seminar describes a streetlight network that also controls holiday lights, contains chemical sensors to monitor and alert of air quality and toxic spills, provide Wi-Fi to low income neighborhoods, enhance cellular service with micro cells, act as electric vehicle (EV) charging stations and more.

Presented: June 25, 2017, 9:45-10:45 AM
Run Time
: 60 min.

This is a zip file that consists of PowerPoint slides synchronized with the audio-recording of the speaker (recorded presentation), PDF files of the slides, and audio only (mp3) for each presentation.

Citation: ASHRAE Seminar Recordings, 2017 ASHRAE Annual Conference, Long Beach , CA