Region VI CRC 2021
April 29th thru May 1st
Technical Session 6 - Why bring standardized data modeling up front in Commissioning?
Friday, April 30 - 3:45 - 4:45 pm
Data affects every aspect of a building and its occupants. Using semantic tagging during an original building project design and specification, or through its programming and commissioning, creates numerous benefits to enhance building system interoperability and data optimization.
Learn how you can implement standardized tagging upfront in the integration process to improve data mining for more predictive building operations, achieve efficiency and scalability, and increase profit margins.
Jamie Lee is a Global Product Manager for Siemens Smart Infrastructure developing building automation software solutions. With over 13 years of experience in building automation, Jamie has played a major role in the integration of multiple open and proprietary systems for the commercial, higher education, and federal markets. Jamie holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Western Governors’ University along with numerous certifications in building automation, energy auditing, and information technology. He has collaborated and authored white papers and articles on data modeling and benefits of semantic tagging for the future of smart buildings including the white paper “Simplifying Data Collection and Analysis through Haystack” and in the 2020 Fall Edition Haystack Connections article titled, “Bring Standardized Data Modeling Upfront in Project Commissioning.”
Jamie has been an active member of ASHRAE since 2012 on both the national and local levels. When not engaged in product development, Jamie enjoys painting and photography.