JP2014109902A - Facility management program, facility management device and facility management method - Google Patents

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JP2014109902A
JP2014109902A JP2012263782A JP2012263782A JP2014109902A JP 2014109902 A JP2014109902 A JP 2014109902A JP 2012263782 A JP2012263782 A JP 2012263782A JP 2012263782 A JP2012263782 A JP 2012263782A JP 2014109902 A JP2014109902 A JP 2014109902A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To enable acquirement of used state of energy within a facility in detail.SOLUTION: A facility management device 100 acquires an output file output from a building management system for the facility. The facility management device 100 calculates used amount of energy for every area within the facility by referring to stored content in a storage unit 110 for storing by associating with an area in the facility and a sensor included in the area when the output file output by the building management system is acquired. The facility management device 100 outputs the calculated used amount of energy for every area within the facility.

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  The present invention relates to an equipment management program, an equipment management apparatus, and an equipment management method.

  In recent years, the amount of energy used by each facility used in buildings has been reduced and reporting has become obligatory, and it has become important to grasp the state of energy use in buildings in detail.

  Related prior art includes, for example, a device that collects data indicating the operating status of equipment arranged in an area and controls the operation of the equipment, and checks the operating status of the equipment via the device to install the equipment. And a server for controlling the operation of the system.

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  However, in the prior art, in order to grasp the usage status of energy in units of areas divided into buildings, it is necessary to manually identify equipment for each area and obtain energy usage for each area. The load on the worker increases.

  In one aspect, an object of the present invention is to provide a facility management program, a facility management apparatus, and a facility management method that make it possible to acquire in detail the use status of energy in a facility.

  According to one aspect of the present invention, when information on energy usage for each sensor installed for each facility managed by a building management system is acquired, an area in the building and a sensor included in the area are stored in association with each other. Based on the relationship between the area and the sensor stored in the storage unit, the facility management calculates the energy usage for each area from the energy usage for each sensor and outputs the calculated energy usage for each area. A program, equipment management device and equipment management method are proposed.

  According to one aspect of the present invention, there is an effect that it is possible to acquire in detail the use state of energy in a facility.

FIG. 1 is an explanatory diagram of an example of the facility management method according to the embodiment. FIG. 2 is an explanatory diagram illustrating a system configuration example of the system 200. FIG. 3 is a block diagram illustrating a hardware configuration example of the facility management apparatus 100. FIG. 4 is an explanatory diagram illustrating an installation example of the sensor Ci installed for each facility in the building B. FIG. 5 is an explanatory diagram showing an example of the contents stored in the sensor information table 500. FIG. 6 is an explanatory diagram showing a specific example of the output file F. FIG. 7 is a block diagram illustrating a functional configuration example of the facility management apparatus 100. FIG. 8 is an explanatory diagram showing an example of the contents stored in the extraction result table 800. FIG. 9 is an explanatory diagram showing an example of the contents stored in the calculation result table 900. FIG. 10 is an explanatory diagram illustrating a screen example of the analysis support screen 1000. FIG. 11 is a flowchart illustrating an example of the facility management processing procedure of the facility management apparatus 100.

  Exemplary embodiments of an equipment management program, an equipment management apparatus, and an equipment management method according to the present invention will be described below in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

(One example of equipment management method)
FIG. 1 is an explanatory diagram of an example of the facility management method according to the embodiment. In FIG. 1, an equipment management apparatus 100 is a computer that supports operation and maintenance of equipment in a facility. The facilities are, for example, buildings, factories, amusement parks, schools, etc. having equipment such as power equipment, gas equipment, air conditioning equipment, water supply / drainage equipment, mechanical equipment, and boilers.

  A facility management system for managing equipment in the facility is introduced into the facility. According to the facility management system, for example, information representing the amount of energy used such as electricity, water, gas, etc., of each facility in the facility can be collected. Further, in order to efficiently reduce the amount of energy used by each facility used in the facility, for example, there are cases where it is desired to subdivide the area in the facility and grasp the energy usage status in units smaller than the entire facility.

  Therefore, in the present embodiment, the facility management apparatus 100 acquires information regarding the energy usage for each sensor installed for each facility managed by the building management system. Then, the facility management apparatus 100 refers to information representing the area in the facility and the sensor included in the area in association with each other, and calculates the energy usage amount for each area from the energy usage amount for each sensor. Makes it possible to obtain detailed information on the usage of energy. Hereinafter, an example of facility management processing of the facility management apparatus 100 will be described.

  (1) The facility management apparatus 100 acquires an output file output from the facility building management system. Here, the output file is information on the energy usage measured by each sensor installed in each facility in the facility managed by the building management system.

  Specifically, for example, the output file is information in CSV (Comma-Separated Value) format in which items are recorded separated by commas. Further, the energy usage is, for example, the usage of electricity, water, gas, etc. used in each facility. In the example of FIG. 1, an output file 101 output from a building management system at a certain facility is acquired.

  (2) When the facility management apparatus 100 acquires the output file 101 output from the building management system, the facility management apparatus 100 refers to the storage content of the storage unit 110 and calculates the energy usage for each area in the facility. Here, the storage unit 110 stores an area in the facility and a sensor included in the area in association with each other.

  The area is an area obtained by dividing the area in the facility. For example, the area may be an area in units of buildings (buildings) in the facility, or may be an area in units of floors in the building. The area may be an area obtained by dividing a floor in a building by a room unit or a department unit. Specifically, for example, the facility management apparatus 100 calculates the energy usage amount for each area from the energy usage amount for each sensor based on the association between the area and the sensor stored in the storage unit 110.

  In the example of FIG. 1, the facility management apparatus 100 accumulates the energy usage amount for each sensor in each area A1, A2, A3 based on the relationship between each area A1, A2, A3 in the facility and the sensor. Energy usage amounts E1, E2, and E3 are calculated for each of A1, A2, and A3.

  (3) The facility management apparatus 100 outputs the calculated energy usage for each area in the facility. In the example of FIG. 1, energy information 120 representing energy usage E1, E2, E3 for each area A1, A2, A3 in the facility is output. According to the energy information 120, it is possible to grasp the energy usage amounts E1, E2, and E3 for the areas A1, A2, and A3 in the facility.

  Thus, according to the facility management apparatus 100, the energy usage amount for each area is calculated and output from the energy usage amount for each sensor obtained from the output file of the building management system based on the relationship between the area in the facility and the sensor. can do. Thereby, the manager of a facility can grasp the usage status of energy in units of areas in the facility. At this time, it is not necessary to perform work such as manually determining the facility for each area and obtaining the energy usage amount for each area, thereby reducing the burden on the operator.

(System configuration example of system 200)
FIG. 2 is an explanatory diagram illustrating a system configuration example of the system 200. In FIG. 2, the system 200 includes a facility management apparatus 100 and a building management apparatus 201. In the system 200, the facility management apparatus 100 and the building management apparatus 201 are connected via a wired or wireless network 210. The network 210 is, for example, the Internet, a LAN (Local Area Network), a WAN (Wide Area Network), or the like.

  Here, the building management apparatus 201 is a computer of the building management system S that manages equipment in the building B. The building management apparatus 201 can communicate with sensors C1 to Cn (n: a natural number of 2 or more) installed for each facility in the building B.

  The equipment is, for example, power equipment, gas equipment, air conditioning equipment, water supply / drainage equipment, mechanical equipment, boilers, and the like. The sensors C1 to Cn are, for example, an electric meter, a gas meter, and a water meter that measure the amount of energy used such as electricity, water, and gas used in the facility. In the following description, an arbitrary sensor among the sensors C1 to Cn installed for each facility in the building B may be referred to as “sensor Ci” (i = 1, 2,..., N).

  The building management apparatus 201 collects the measurement results measured by the sensors Ci connected to each facility in the building B, and outputs an output file F including the collected measurement results. The output timing of the output file F can be arbitrarily set, and can be set, for example, in units of hours, days, weeks, or the like. A specific example of the output file F will be described later with reference to FIG.

  In FIG. 2, only one building management device 201 is shown, but the building management device 201 is provided for each building B in which the building management system S is introduced, for example.

(Hardware configuration example of facility management apparatus 100)
FIG. 3 is a block diagram illustrating a hardware configuration example of the facility management apparatus 100. In FIG. 3, the facility management apparatus 100 includes a CPU (Central Processing Unit) 301, a ROM (Read-Only Memory) 302, a RAM (Random Access Memory) 303, a magnetic disk drive 304, a magnetic disk 305, and an optical disk. A drive 306, an optical disk 307, a display 308, an I / F (Interface) 309, a keyboard 310, a mouse 311, a scanner 312, and a printer 313 are included. Each component is connected by a bus 300.

  Here, the CPU 301 governs overall control of the facility management apparatus 100. The ROM 302 stores programs such as a boot program. The RAM 303 is used as a work area for the CPU 301. The magnetic disk drive 304 controls the reading / writing of the data with respect to the magnetic disk 305 according to control of CPU301. The magnetic disk 305 stores data written under the control of the magnetic disk drive 304.

  The optical disk drive 306 controls the reading / writing of the data with respect to the optical disk 307 according to control of CPU301. The optical disk 307 stores data written under the control of the optical disk drive 306, and causes the computer to read data stored on the optical disk 307.

  The display 308 displays data such as a document, an image, and function information as well as a cursor, an icon, or a tool box. As the display 308, for example, a CRT, a TFT liquid crystal display, a plasma display, or the like can be adopted.

  The I / F 309 is connected to the network 210 via a communication line, and is connected to another computer (for example, the building management apparatus 201) via the network 210. The I / F 309 controls an internal interface with the network 210 and controls data input / output from other computers. For example, a modem or a LAN adapter may be employed as the I / F 309.

  The keyboard 310 includes keys for inputting characters, numbers, various instructions, and the like, and inputs data. Moreover, a touch panel type input pad or a numeric keypad may be used. The mouse 311 performs cursor movement, range selection, window movement, size change, and the like. A trackball or a joystick may be used as long as they have the same function as a pointing device.

  The scanner 312 optically reads an image and takes in the image data into the facility management apparatus 100. The printer 313 prints image data and document data. As the printer 313, for example, a laser printer or an ink jet printer can be employed.

  The facility management apparatus 100 may not include, for example, the optical disk drive 306, the optical disk 307, the scanner 312, and the printer 313 among the components described above. The building management apparatus 201 can be realized by, for example, a hardware configuration similar to that of the facility management apparatus 100 described above. The sensor Ci can be realized by a hardware configuration such as a CPU, ROM, RAM, and I / F, for example.

(Example of sensor Ci installation)
Next, an installation example of the sensor Ci installed for each facility in the building B will be described.

  FIG. 4 is an explanatory diagram illustrating an installation example of the sensor Ci installed for each facility in the building B. In FIG. 4, the building Bx is a five-story building, and each floor is divided into one or more areas. In FIG. 4, ◯ indicates a power system sensor (for example, a power meter), □ indicates a gas system sensor (for example, a gas meter), and Δ indicates a water system sensor (for example, a water meter).

  Specifically, for example, the 3rd floor (3F) includes “3F North-1”, “3F North-2”, “3F South-1”, “3F South-2”, and “3F South-3”. Divided into five areas. In addition, a sensor C1 of a power system sensor and a sensor C2 of a gas system sensor are installed in “3F North-1”. In “3F North-2”, a sensor C3 of a power system sensor and a sensor C4 of a water system sensor are installed. A sensor C5 of a power system sensor is installed in “3F South-1”. In “3F South-2”, a sensor C6 of a power system sensor and a sensor C7 of a gas system sensor are installed. In “3F South-3”, a sensor C8 of a power system sensor is installed.

  In addition, for example, the first floor (1F) has five areas of “1F North-1”, “1F North-2”, “1F South-1”, “1F South-2”, and “1F South-3”. It is divided into. In addition, a sensor C9 of a power system sensor and a sensor C10 of a water system sensor are installed in “1F north-1”. In “1F north-2”, a sensor C11 of a power system sensor and a sensor C12 of a gas system sensor are installed. In “1F South-1”, a sensor C13 of a power system sensor is installed. The power system sensor C14 is installed in “1F South-2”. In “1F South-3”, a sensor C15 of a power system sensor and a sensor C16 of a water system sensor are installed.

(Storage contents of sensor information table 500)
Next, the storage contents of the sensor information table 500 used by the facility management apparatus 100 will be described. The sensor information table 500 is stored in a storage device such as the ROM 302, the RAM 303, the magnetic disk 305, and the optical disk 307, for example. The sensor information table 500 corresponds to the storage contents of the storage unit 110 illustrated in FIG.

  FIG. 5 is an explanatory diagram showing an example of the contents stored in the sensor information table 500. In FIG. 5, the sensor information table 500 has fields of sensor number, unit, point name, building name, floor name, area name, equipment name, and type. By setting information in each field, sensor information (for example, sensor information 500-1 to 500-16) is stored as a record.

  Here, the sensor No. is an identifier of the sensor Ci. The unit is a unit of a measurement target of the sensor Ci (for example, an energy usage amount of electricity, water, gas, etc.). The point name represents the installation location where the sensor Ci is installed. The building name is the name of the building B where the sensor Ci is installed. The floor name is the name of the floor where the sensor Ci is installed. The area name is the name of the area where the sensor Ci is installed. The equipment name is the name of the equipment where the sensor Ci is installed. The type is a type of measurement target of the sensor Ci.

  Taking sensor information 500-1 as an example, sensor No. “C1”, unit “kwh”, point name “3F substation 1”, building name “Bx”, floor name “3F”, area name “3F” “North-1”, equipment name “substation equipment No. 1” and type “electric power” are shown. Note that the sensor information table 500 may have no facility name and type fields, for example.

(Specific example of output file F)
Next, a specific example of the output file F output from the building management apparatus 201 of the building management system S will be described.

  FIG. 6 is an explanatory diagram showing a specific example of the output file F. In FIG. 6, the output file Fx is CSV format information output from the building management apparatus 201 of the building management system Sx installed in the building Bx, and includes CSV data 600-1 to 600-16. Specifically, the CSV data 600-1 to 600-16 is information regarding date, sensor number, unit, point name, and time (00 hour, 01 hour,..., 23:00).

  Here, the date is the date when the measurement target is measured by the sensor Ci connected to each facility in the building Bx. Sensor No is an identifier of the sensor Ci. The unit is a unit to be measured by the sensor Ci. The point name represents the name and installation location of the facility where the sensor Ci is installed. The time (00 hour, 01 hour,..., 23:00) represents a measurement result for each time measured by the sensor Ci.

  In the following description, a plurality of floors or a plurality of areas in the building B are expressed as “areas A1 to Am” (m: a natural number of 2 or more), and any area among the areas A1 to Am is “area Aj”. (J = 1, 2,..., M).

(Functional configuration example of the facility management apparatus 100)
FIG. 7 is a block diagram illustrating a functional configuration example of the facility management apparatus 100. In FIG. 7, the facility management apparatus 100 includes an acquisition unit 701, a specification unit 702, an extraction unit 703, a calculation unit 704, and an output unit 705. The acquisition unit 701 to the output unit 705 are functions as a control unit. Specifically, for example, a program stored in a storage device such as the ROM 302, the RAM 303, the magnetic disk 305, and the optical disk 307 illustrated in FIG. The function is realized by executing or by the I / F 309. Further, the processing results of the respective functional units are stored in a storage device such as the RAM 303, the magnetic disk 305, and the optical disk 307, for example.

  The acquisition unit 701 has a function of acquiring the output file F output from the building management system S installed in the building B. Specifically, for example, the acquisition unit 701 acquires the output file Fx output from the building management system Sx by receiving the output file Fx (see FIG. 6) from the building management apparatus 201 installed in the building Bx. To do. Further, the acquisition unit 701 may acquire the output file Fx output from the building management system Sx by a user operation input using the keyboard 310 and the mouse 311 illustrated in FIG.

  The specifying unit 702 has a function of specifying the sensor Ci included in the area Aj in the building B. Specifically, for example, the specifying unit 702 specifies the sensor Ci included in the area Aj for each area Aj in the building Bx by referring to the sensor information table 500 (see FIG. 5).

  Further, the specifying unit 702 specifies the sensor Ci included in the area Aj designated from the areas A1 to Am in the building B, for example, by a user operation input using the keyboard 310 or the mouse 311. Also good. The area Aj is specified by, for example, specifying a combination of a building name and a floor name, or specifying a combination of a building name, a floor name, and an area name.

  In addition, the specifying unit 702 displays, for example, a plan view, a three-dimensional view, and a cross-sectional view of the building B designed using CAD (Computer Aided Design) on the display 308, whereby the areas A1 to Am in the building B are displayed. The designation of any area Aj from among the above may be accepted.

  Further, the specifying unit 702 may specify facility information of a facility in which the specified sensor Ci is installed. Here, the equipment information is, for example, the equipment name of the equipment, the type of energy used in the equipment (that is, the type of measurement object measured by the sensor Ci), the years of use of the equipment, the manufacturer name of the equipment, etc. is there. Specifically, for example, the identifying unit 702 refers to the sensor information table 500 and identifies facility information of equipment in which the sensor Ci included in the area Aj in the building Bx is installed.

  The extraction unit 703 has a function of extracting a measurement result measured by the sensor Ci included in the area Aj specified by the specification unit 702 from the output file F acquired by the acquisition unit 701. Specifically, for example, the specifying unit 702 specifies the measurement result measured by the sensor Ci included in the area Aj for each area Aj in the building Bx from the output file Fx output from the building management system Sx. . The extracted extraction results are stored, for example, in an extraction result table 800 shown in FIG.

  The calculation unit 704 has a function of calculating the energy usage amount of the area Aj in the building B based on the extraction result extracted by the extraction unit 703. Specifically, for example, the calculation unit 704 refers to the extraction result table 800 (see FIG. 8) to calculate the energy usage amount for each area Aj in the building Bx. The calculated calculation results are stored, for example, in a calculation result table 900 shown in FIG.

  The output unit 705 has a function of outputting the calculation result calculated by the calculation unit 704. Specifically, for example, the output unit 705 may output information representing the amount of energy used for each area Aj in the building B. Thereby, the manager of the building B can grasp the energy usage amount for each area Aj in the building B.

  Further, the output unit 705 displays information (for example, calculation results 900-1 to 900-3 shown in FIG. 9 described later) indicating the energy usage amount of the area Aj designated from the areas A1 to Am in the building B. You may decide to output. More specifically, for example, the output unit 705 may display an analysis support screen 1000 as shown in FIG. Thereby, the manager of the building B can grasp the energy usage amount of the arbitrary area Aj in the building B.

  Further, the output unit 705 may output the facility information of the facility in which the sensor Ci included in the area Aj is installed together with the information indicating the energy usage amount of the area Aj. Thereby, the administrator of the building B can grasp the facility information of the facility in which the sensor Ci included in the area Aj is installed together with the energy usage amount of the area Aj in the building B.

  The output unit 705 may output the extraction result extracted by the extraction unit 703. Specifically, for example, the output unit 705 may output extraction results 800-1 to 800-8 shown in FIG. Thereby, the administrator of the building B can grasp the measurement results for each sensor Ci included in the area Aj in the building B.

  The output format of the output unit 705 includes, for example, display on the display 308, print output to the printer 313, transmission to an external computer via the I / F 309, storage device such as the RAM 303, the magnetic disk 305, and the optical disk 307. There is a memory of.

(Extraction example of measurement result of sensor Ci included in area Aj)
Next, an example of extracting the measurement result of the sensor Ci included in the area Aj in the building B will be described. Here, the case where the measurement result of the sensor Ci included in the floor “1F” in the building Bx is extracted from the output file Fx illustrated in FIG. 6 will be described as an example.

  First, the identifying unit 702 extracts from the sensor information table 500 sensor information 500-9 to 500-16 in which “Bx” is set in the building name field and “1F” is set in the floor name field. Then, the specifying unit 702 specifies the sensors C9 to C16 included in the floor “1F” in the building Bx by referring to the extracted sensor information 500-9 to 500-16.

  Next, the extraction unit 703 extracts measurement results measured by the sensors C9 to C16 included in the floor “1F” in the building Bx from the output file Fx (see FIG. 6). Specifically, for example, the extraction unit 703 extracts CSV data 600-9 to 600-16 corresponding to the sensor numbers “C9 to C16” from the output file Fx.

  The extracted CSV data 600-9 to 600-16 is stored, for example, in the extraction result table 800 shown in FIG. The extraction result table 800 is realized by a storage device such as the RAM 303, the magnetic disk 305, and the optical disk 307, for example. Here, the contents stored in the extraction result table 800 will be described.

  FIG. 8 is an explanatory diagram showing an example of the contents stored in the extraction result table 800. In FIG. 8, the extraction result table 800 has fields of building name, floor name, equipment name, type, date, sensor number, unit, point name, and time (00 hour, 01 hour,..., 23:00). By setting information in each field, extraction results 800-1 to 800-8 are stored as records.

  The building name, floor name, facility name, and type of each extraction result 800-1 to 800-8 are specified from, for example, sensor information 500-9 to 500-16. When an area on a certain floor in the building Bx is designated as the area Aj, an area name field is added to the extraction result table 800.

(Example of calculating energy usage in area Aj)
Next, a calculation example of the energy usage amount in the area Aj in the building B will be described. Here, a case where the energy usage amount of the floor “1F” in the building Bx is calculated using the extraction result table 800 illustrated in FIG. 8 will be described as an example.

  First, the calculation unit 704 refers to the extraction results 800-1 to 800-8 in the extraction result table 800, for example, and accumulates the measurement results for each time measured by the sensors C9 to C16, thereby The energy usage amount of the sensors C9 to C16 is calculated. Next, the calculation unit 704 calculates the energy usage amount for each type of the floor “1F” in the building Bx by accumulating the energy usage amounts of the sensors C9 to C16 for each type.

  The calculated calculation results are stored in, for example, a calculation result table 900 shown in FIG. The calculation result table 900 is realized by a storage device such as the RAM 303, the magnetic disk 305, and the optical disk 307, for example. Here, the contents stored in the calculation result table 900 will be described.

  FIG. 9 is an explanatory diagram showing an example of the contents stored in the calculation result table 900. In FIG. 9, the calculation result table 900 has fields of a building name, a floor name, a date, a type, and an energy usage amount, and records the calculation results 900-1 to 900-3 by setting information in each field. Remember as.

  As an example, taking the calculation result 900-1 as an example, the building name “Bx”, the floor name “1F”, the date “2012/11/9”, the type “electric power”, and the energy usage “1434 [kwh]” Show. According to the calculation result 900-1, it is possible to recognize that 1434 [kwh] of electric power was used on the first floor of the building Bx on November 9, 2012.

  In the above description, the energy usage amount for each type of the floor “1F” in the building Bx is calculated, but the present invention is not limited to this. For example, the calculation unit 704 calculates the energy usage amount in units of time for each type of the floor “1F” in the building Bx by accumulating the energy usage amounts of the sensors C9 to C16 for each type. You may decide.

(Screen example of analysis support screen 1000)
Next, a screen example of the analysis support screen 1000 displayed on the display 308 will be described. The analysis support screen 1000 is a screen that supports analysis of energy usage in the building B. Here, the case where the energy usage state in the building Bx is analyzed based on the output file Fx shown in FIG. 6 will be described as an example.

  FIG. 10 is an explanatory diagram illustrating a screen example of the analysis support screen 1000. On the analysis support screen 1000, the building name of the building B to be analyzed for energy usage can be selected by clicking on the building name box 1001 by a user operation input using the keyboard 310 or the mouse 311. . Here, the building name “Bx” is selected.

  Next, by clicking a floor name box 1002 on the analysis support screen 1000, it is possible to select a floor name in the building Bx to be analyzed for energy usage. Here, the floor name “1F” is selected. In addition, by clicking an area name box 1003 on the analysis support screen 1000, it is possible to select an area name on the first floor in the building Bx to be analyzed for energy usage. Here, the area name is not selected.

Then, by clicking the execution button 1004 on the analysis support screen 1000, the energy usage amount for each type of the floor “1F” in the building Bx can be displayed. Here, as a result of clicking the execution button 1004, “2012/11/9” is displayed in the date box 1005. In addition, “1434 [kwh]” is displayed in the power box 1006, “246 [m 3 ]” is displayed in the gas box 1007, and “588 [m 3 ]” is displayed in the water supply box 1008.

According to the analysis support screen 1000, on November 9, 2012, 1434 [kwh] electric power is used on the first floor of the building Bx, 246 [m 3 ] gas is used, and 588 [m 3 ] tap water is used. Can be recognized.

(Facility management processing procedure of the facility management apparatus 100)
Next, the facility management processing procedure of the facility management apparatus 100 will be described. Here, a facility management processing procedure for calculating an energy usage amount for each area Aj in the building B will be described. The area Aj in the building B is, for example, a floor on which the building B is located or an area on the floor on which the building B is located.

  FIG. 11 is a flowchart illustrating an example of the facility management processing procedure of the facility management apparatus 100. In the flowchart of FIG. 11, the facility management apparatus 100 first determines whether or not the output file F output from the building management system S has been acquired (step S1101).

  Here, the facility management apparatus 100 waits for the output file F to be acquired (step S1101: No). When the facility management apparatus 100 acquires the output file F (step S1101: Yes), “j” of the area Aj in the building B is set to “j = 1” (step S1102).

  Next, the facility management apparatus 100 refers to the sensor information table 500 and identifies the sensor Ci included in the area Aj in the building B (step S1103). Then, the facility management apparatus 100 extracts the measurement result of the sensor Ci included in the identified area Aj from the acquired output file F (step S1104).

  Next, the facility management apparatus 100 calculates the energy usage amount of the area Aj in the building B based on the extracted extraction result (step S1105). Then, the facility management apparatus 100 increments “j” in the area Aj (step S1106), and determines whether “j” is greater than “m” (step S1107).

  Here, when “j” is equal to or less than “m” (step S1107: No), the facility management apparatus 100 returns to step S1103. On the other hand, when “j” becomes larger than “m” (step S1107: Yes), the facility management apparatus 100 outputs information indicating the energy usage for each area Aj in the building B (step S1108). A series of processing by this flowchart is complete | finished. Thereby, the energy usage amount for each area Aj in the building B can be obtained.

  As described above, according to the facility management apparatus 100 according to the embodiment, the sensor Ci included in the area Aj in the building B can be specified with reference to the sensor information table 500. Moreover, according to the equipment management apparatus 100, the energy usage measured by the sensor Ci included in the specified area Aj can be extracted from the output file F output from the building management system S. Moreover, according to the equipment management apparatus 100, the energy usage of the area Aj in the building B can be calculated and output based on the extracted extraction result. Thereby, the manager of the building B can grasp the energy usage amount of the area Aj in the building B.

  Moreover, according to the equipment management apparatus 100, the energy usage amount of the area Aj designated from the areas A1 to Am in the building B can be calculated by a user operation input. Thereby, the administrator of the building B can grasp the energy usage amount of the arbitrary area Aj in the building B by designating the floor name, the area name, etc. in the building B.

  Further, according to the facility management apparatus 100, the type of energy (for example, electric power, gas, and water) used in the facility can be specified from the facility information of the facility in which the sensor Ci is installed. Thereby, even if it is a case where the equipment which uses the energy from which a kind differs is managed, the energy consumption for every kind of area Aj is computable.

  Moreover, according to the equipment management apparatus 100, the equipment information of the equipment in which the sensor Ci included in the area Aj is installed (for example, the equipment name, the type of energy, the information indicating the amount of energy used in the area Aj in the building B) (Year of use, manufacturer name, etc.) can be output. Thereby, the administrator of the building B can grasp the facility information of the facility in which the sensor Ci included in the area Aj is installed together with the energy usage amount of the area Aj in the building B. For example, the manager of the building B can easily determine the possibility of energy improvement in the area Aj by determining the appropriateness of the energy usage amount in the area Aj from the equipment name and the years of use in the area Aj.

  As described above, according to the equipment management program, equipment management apparatus, and equipment management method according to the present embodiment, it becomes possible to obtain the energy usage status in the building B by area, for example, the energy usage in the building B. It is possible to improve the efficiency of analyzing the situation. Further, for example, it is possible to reduce the trouble of creating an energy report for reporting the amount of energy used for each area in the building B.

  The facility management method described in this embodiment can be realized by executing a program prepared in advance on a computer such as a personal computer or a workstation. The facility management program is recorded on a computer-readable recording medium such as a hard disk, a flexible disk, a CD-ROM, an MO, and a DVD, and is executed by being read from the recording medium by the computer. The facility management program may be distributed through a network such as the Internet.

  The following additional notes are disclosed with respect to the embodiment described above.

(Supplementary note 1)
The area stored in the storage unit that stores the information relating to the energy usage of each sensor installed for each facility managed by the building management system in association with the area in the building and the sensor included in the area. Based on the relationship between the sensor and the energy, the energy usage for each area is calculated from the energy usage for each sensor.
Output the calculated energy usage for each area.
An equipment management program for executing processing.

(Additional remark 2) The said memory | storage part has further memorize | stored the equipment information of the installation in which the said sensor was installed,
The output process is as follows:
The facility management program according to appendix 1, wherein the facility management program outputs facility usage information of the facility in which the sensor included in the area stored in the storage unit is output while outputting the energy usage amount of the area.

(Additional remark 3) The said memory | storage part has further memorize | stored the equipment information of the installation in which the said sensor was installed,
The calculation process is as follows:
The facility management program according to appendix 1 or 2, wherein the energy usage amount of the area is calculated for each type of energy specified from facility information of the facility where the sensor included in the area is installed.

(Supplementary Note 4) A storage unit that associates and stores an area in a building and a sensor included in the area;
When acquiring information on the energy usage for each sensor installed for each facility managed by the building management system, based on the relationship between the area and the sensor stored in the storage unit, from the energy usage for each sensor A control unit that calculates and outputs an energy usage amount for each area;
A facility management apparatus comprising:

(Appendix 5) The computer
The area stored in the storage unit that stores the information relating to the energy usage of each sensor installed for each facility managed by the building management system in association with the area in the building and the sensor included in the area. Based on the relationship between the sensor and the energy, the energy usage for each area is calculated from the energy usage for each sensor.
Output the calculated energy usage for each area.
A facility management method characterized by executing processing.

(Appendix 6)
The area stored in the storage unit that stores the information relating to the energy usage of each sensor installed for each facility managed by the building management system in association with the area in the building and the sensor included in the area. Based on the relationship between the sensor and the energy, the energy usage for each area is calculated from the energy usage for each sensor.
Output the calculated energy usage for each area.
A computer-readable recording medium in which an equipment management program for executing processing is recorded.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 100 Equipment management apparatus 200 System 201 Building management apparatus 701 Acquisition part 702 Specification part 703 Extraction part 704 Calculation part 705 Output part

Claims (4)

  1. On the computer,
    The area stored in the storage unit that stores the information relating to the energy usage of each sensor installed for each facility managed by the building management system in association with the area in the building and the sensor included in the area. Based on the relationship between the sensor and the energy, the energy usage for each area is calculated from the energy usage for each sensor.
    Output the calculated energy usage for each area.
    An equipment management program for executing processing.
  2. The storage unit further stores facility information of the facility where the sensor is installed,
    The output process is as follows:
    The facility management program according to claim 1, wherein the facility management program outputs the facility usage information of the facility where the sensor included in the area stored in the storage unit is output while outputting the energy usage amount of the area.
  3. A storage unit for storing an area in a building and a sensor included in the area in association with each other;
    When acquiring information on the energy usage for each sensor installed for each facility managed by the building management system, based on the relationship between the area and the sensor stored in the storage unit, from the energy usage for each sensor A control unit that calculates and outputs an energy usage amount for each area;
    A facility management apparatus comprising:
  4. Computer
    The area stored in the storage unit that stores the information relating to the energy usage of each sensor installed for each facility managed by the building management system in association with the area in the building and the sensor included in the area. Based on the relationship between the sensor and the energy, the energy usage for each area is calculated from the energy usage for each sensor.
    Output the calculated energy usage for each area.
    A facility management method characterized by executing processing.
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