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  • Fisher Receives Swan Award! (4/18) Fort Lauderdale, FL.
     
    During the April 2018 plenary session of SSPC 135 in Plantation Florida, David M. Fisher, President of PolarSoft Inc. and SSPC participant since 1987, was presented with the 2018 Swan Award. ?

    The award can be best described by using David抯 own words: "This award, which is presented yearly, honors the memory of our dear friend and colleague, Bill Swan, a.k.a. BACnet Bill, who passed away in 2011. We want to remember him always not only for his substantial dedication and contributions to BACnet, but also as a good and honest man, devoted to his family and faith. This award carries on Bill's example of even-handedness, rational and considerate discussion, and a focus on how to make the standard better for everyone. The award honors those individuals who through their actions demonstrate the qualities of integrity, selflessness, camaraderie and fierce dedication to the standard that we admired in Bill."

    Dave, by virtue of his tireless efforts to develop and improve the BACnet standard for more than 30 years, truly deserves this recognition. Congratulations, Dave, from the entire BACnet community!
     
  • Fort Lauderdale Meeting Concludes! (4/18) Fort Lauderdale, FL. The spring interim meeting of SSPC 135 took place April 16-19 at the Lutron Training and Experience Center in Plantation, Florida. Of note:
     
    • Addendum 135-2016br was approved for a 1st Publication Public Review. This addendum contains several miscellaneous changes to BACnet-2016.
       
    • Addendum 135-2016bt was approved for a 1st Publication Public Review. This addendum contains enhancements for Life Safety and adds support to BACnet-2016 for Occupant Evacuation Operation (OEO) using elevators (lifts).
       
    • Addendum 135-2016bu was approved for a 1st Publication Public Review. This addendum contains various clarifications to BACnet-2016, including several changes introduced in response to interpretation requests.
       
    • The IT-WG discussed production of a white paper discussing the BACnet Secure Connect (BACnet/SC) concept as well as scale and testing of BACnet/SC.
       
    • Collaboration work on 揝emantic Tags for Building Data?continues within the AP-WG with groups from outside of the SSPC, including SkyFoundry (Project Haystack) and Brick Schema.
       
    • Additional use cases for CSML were discussed in the DM-WG including maintenance of public facing XML, JSON, and ASN.1 files.
       
    • Two Interpretation Requests dealing with BIBBs and Device Profiles were approved.
       
    • The LA-WG discussed various lighting applications, such as emergency lighting and color temperature.
       
    • The TI-WG discussed various test changes, including Access Control object tests, BACnet/IPv6 and BACnet/IPv6 Network Port Object tests.
       
    • The SG-WG discussed how to narrow their scope so that not all of the Facility Smart Grid Information Model (ASHRAE Standard 201-2016, FSGIM) is required.
       
    • The PS-WG discussed the introduction of an MS/TP autobaud algorithm and the new concept of a BACnet Device Address Proxy.
    • ?/ul> As always, SSPC 135 wishes to thank all of our volunteers for their time and continued contributions. A special Thank You goes to Lutron for graciously hosting the committee for the week long meeting!
       
    • Three Addenda Go Out for Public Review! (3/18) Atlanta, GA. All of these proposed addenda are undergoing a 45-day public review, as described below, from March 23 to May 7, 2018.
      • Addendum 135-2016be has begun its 4th 45-day Publication Public Review of Independent Substantive Changes (ISCs). This addendum adds lighting specific BIBBs and device profiles.
         
      • Proposed Addendum 135-2016bq has begun its 2nd 45-day Publication Public Review of ISCs. This addendum fixes the Absentee_Limit property of the Access Credential object type and ensures that the denied or granted access event is generated last.
         
      • Proposed Addendum 135-2016bs has begun its 1st 45-day Publication Public Review. This addendum adds Elevator BIBBs and Device Profiles.
         
      Please click on the links above to see the addendum's content or visit www.ASHRAE.org to both get a copy and submit comments.
       
    • ASHRAE Standard 223P to Integrate Haystack tagging and Brick data modeling! (2/18) Atlanta, GA, Berkeley, CA, and Richmond, VA. The ASHRAE BACnet committee, Project Haystack and the Brick initiative announced they are actively collaborating to integrate Haystack tagging and Brick data modeling concepts into the new proposed ASHRAE Standard 223P for semantic tagging of building data.
       
      ASHRAE Standard 223P "Designation and Classification of Semantic Tags for Building Data" provides a dictionary of semantic tags for descriptive tagging of building data including building automation and control data along with associated systems.
       
      By integrating Haystack tagging and Brick data modeling concepts with the upcoming ASHRAE Standard 223P, the result will enable interoperability on semantic information across the building industry, particularly in building automation.
       
      This unified effort is aiming at a formally standardized application data modeling solution which can be implemented in various ways. For example, it will be able to be used for exchanging data over established communication protocols like the Haystack web services or BACnet, or be applied on data stored in databases and cloud applications. The first public review of the initial draft of 223P is envisioned for late 2018. Ultimately, ASHRAE Standard 223P is intended to be adopted as an ISO standard.
       
      Aside from the engineering and automation efficiency improvements machine-readable semantic descriptions of data will provide, a single and widely used global standard will enable broader interoperability among applications - creating a competitive market place to the benefit of building owners.
       
    • Chicago Meeting Highlights! (1/18) Chicago, IL. The annual winter meeting of SSPC 135 took place January 18-22 as part of the ASHRAE Winter Conference and alongside the International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) in Chicago. Of note:
       
      • Addendum 135-2016be was approved for a 4th Public Review of Independent Substantive Changes. This addendum contains new Lighting BIBBs and Device Profiles.
         
      • Addendum 135-2016bq was approved for a 2nd Public Review of Independent Substantive Changes. This addendum contains various but minor amendments to BACnet's Access Control 爋bject types.
         
      • Addendum 135-2016bj was discussed at length. This addendum contains the new BACnet Secure Connect data link layer (BACnet/SC) and was finally approved for a 2nd Publication Public Review in a letter ballot subsequent to the meeting.
         
      • Addendum 135.1-2013q was approved for a 1st Publication Public Review. This 221-page addendum contains new and amended tests for the updated alarm and event reporting contained in BACnet-2016.
         
      • The AP-WG discussed how to proceed with Semantic Tags for Building Data for the proposed new ASHRAE Standard 223P with representatives of the Project Haystack and the Brick Schema organizations.
         
      • The DM-WG discussed additional use cases for the Control System Modeling Language (CSML) including a new CSML-based electronic Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (EPICS) and additional use cases for such a document outside of testing applications.
         
      • The LA-WG discussed various lighting applications, such as emergency lighting and color temperature.
         
      • The TI-WG discussed BACnet/IPv6 and BACnet/IPv6 Network Port Object tests.
         
      • The PS-WG discussed various clarifications to Clause 5.
         
      As always, SSPC 135 wishes to thank all of our volunteers for their time and continued contributions.
       
    • Staging Object Addendum Goes Out for ISC Review! (1/18) Atlanta, GA. Proposed Addendum 135-2016bd has begun its 4th 45-day Publication Public Review of Independent Substantive Changes(ISCs)which will run from January 5 to February 19, 2018. This addendum adds a Staging Object Type, which provides a way for BACnet devices to map analog values onto multiple Binary Value, Binary Output, or Binary Lighting Output objects.
       
    • Atlanta SSPC Meeting Concludes! (10/17) Atlanta, GA. SSPC 135's fall meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, took place between October 23-26 in the now familar friendly confines of Georgia Tech. Here are some of the details provided by SSPC Secretary Coleman Brumley:
       
      • Addendum 135-2016bd was approved for a 4th ISC PPR. See the item immediately above for details on the review.
         
      • Five Interpretation Requests were discussed and responses were approved. See Interpretations 135-2016-5 through 9.
         
      • The AP-WG continued its discussion on the "Designation and Classification of Semantic Tags for Building Data". This is the title of the new proposed standard 223P which was approved by the Standards Committee in February 2017 and assigned to SSPC 135 for processing. The consolidation of BACnet tags with tags from other groups was discussed and there were presentations by Brian Frank, SkyFoundry, on the work within Haystack and Gabe Fierro, UC Berkeley, on the Brick Schema.
         
      • Discussions continues within the IT-WG on what had been referred to as "BACnet/IT", a revised specification for the use of BACnet in a more "IT friendly" manner. This was the subject of Addendum 135-2016bj. Since that addendum concluded its first Public Review in February 2017, the BACnet/IT discussion has morphed into deliberations on how "secure connections" can be implemented in an IT environment. The revised proposal is called "BACnet/SC" and is expected to be ready for review this spring.
         
      • There was discussion within the TI-WG about the addition of event tests to Standard 135.1, Method of Test for Conformance to BACnet.
         
      • There was discussion about additional uses of CSML, the "Control System Modeling Language" defined in BACnet-2016, Annexes Q and Z, and specifically how it relates to an EPICS (Electronic Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement) replacement.
         
      • Finally, on our last day, Georgia Tech SSPC member, Steve Sywak, arranged a grand tour of Tech's inner workings. We visited the Holland Plant, the university's facility that provides both heating and cooling to the southern part of the campus, and the Historic Hill District and Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons. In Steve Karg's photo, Utilities and Maintenance staffer, Jonathan Ware, explains the operation of one the Holland Plant's control panels.

       
    • Four More Addenda Go Out for Public Review! (10/17) Atlanta, GA.
      • Proposed Addendum 135-2016be has begun its 3rd 45-day Publication Public Review which will run from October 20 to December 4, 2017. This addendum adds lighting specific BIBBs and device profiles.
         
      • Proposed Addendum 135-2016bi has begun its 4th 30-day Publication Public Review of Independent Substantive Changes which will run from October 20 to November 19, 2017. This addendum adds a new Audit Reporter object type and new audit notification services to report auditable actions. Addendum bi also changes the DeviceCommunicationControl Service for Audit Reporting and modifies Logging Objects to allow for Extremely Large Logs.
         
      • Proposed Addendum 135-2016bn has begun its 1st 45-day Publication Public Review which will run from October 20 to December 4, 2017.This addendum makes SCHED BIBBs consistent on supported datatypes and adds BOOLEAN; clarifies COV- and COVP-related BIBBs; and ensures Clock is required for support of AE-ACK-A.
         
      • Proposed Addendum 135-2016bq has also begun its 1st 45-day Publication Public Review which will run from October 20 to December 4, 2017. This addendum Adds Lockout enumeration to the Authentication_ Status of the Access Point object; Fixes the Absentee_Limit property of the Access Credential object type; Specifies authentication status when authorization mode is NONE; and Ensures that the denied or granted access event is generated last.

      Please click on the links above to see the addendum's content or visit www.ASHRAE.org to both get a copy and submit comments.

    • ASHRAE Announces Public Review of Addendum 2016bd. (8/17) Atlanta, GA. Proposed Addendum 135-2016bd has begun its 3rd publication public review which will run from August 18 to October 2, 2017. The addendum adds a new Staging Object Type which provides a way for BACnet devices to map analog values onto multiple Binary Value, Binary Output, or Binary Lighting Output objects.
       
    • ASHRAE Issues Vendor ID 1000! (7/17) Atlanta, GA. Vendor IDs (VIDs) have now hit the 1000 mark! On July 12 ASHRAE assigned Vendor ID 1000 to Ekon GmbH, located in Bruneck, South Tyrol, Italy. Remarkably, the pace of issuance continues to grow. While the original purpose of the Vendor ID was to provide a numerical value to distinguish vendor-specific extensions to the BACnet protocol, the VID has also become a general metric to gauge organizations' interest in exploring BACnet technology. ASHRAE began issuing VIDs with the publication of BACnet-1995, twenty-two years ago. Today VIDs belong to organizations in 49 countries. The SSPC wishes to thank all the organizations that have shown their interest in BACnet by obtaining a VID!
       
    • BACnet Committee Meets in Long Beach! (6/17) Long Beach, CA. SSPC 135 (a.k.a. the BACnet Committee) met over 5 days in June. The committee gathered for the summer meeting in Long Beach, CA, as part of the ASHRAE Annual Conference.

      Aside from work on pending addenda and proposals, important discussion points were:

      • The release to ASHRAE of Addendum 135-2016be (Lighting BIBBs and profiles) for a 3rd Public Review.
      • The release to ASHRAE of Addendum 135-2016bn (Miscellaneous BIBB Changes) for 1st Public Review.
      • The release to ASHRAE of Addendum 135-2016bq (Miscellaneous Access Control Changes) for 1st Public Review.
      • The release to ASHRAE of Addendum 135-2016bi (Audit Logging) for a 4th 30-day Public Review of Independent Substantive Changes.
      • Discussion of the future direction of Addendum 135-2016bj (BACnet/IT), and the proposed introduction of a new, security based datalink called "BACnet Secure Connect" or "BACnet/SC".
      • Continued discussion of future applications for CSML, including discussion of BIBBs.

      The SSPC wishes to thank its volunteers for their time and effort on the BACnet standard.
    • BACnet Committee Meets in Ft. Lauderdale! (4/17) Plantation, FL. SSPC 135 (the BACnet Committee) met over 4 days in April. The committee gathered for its spring interim meeting, generously hosted again by the Lutron Experience Center in Plantation, Florida, just west of Fort Lauderdale. In addition to work on pending addenda and proposals, important discussion points included:
      • The release to ASHRAE of Addendum 135-2016bd (Staging Object Type) for a 3rd Publication Public Review.
      • The release to ASHRAE of Addendum 135-2016bl (Miscellaneous Changes) for publication.
      • Discussion of the future direction of Addendum 135-2016bj (BACnet/IT), based on public review comments.
      • Discussion of the future direction of Addendum 135-2016bb (MS/TP zero config), based on public review comments.
      • Continued discussion of semantic tagging methodologies as they pertain to non-English locales and ontologies.
      • Continued discussion of future applications for CSML (the Control Systems Modeling Language defined in Annex Q).

      The SSPC wishes to thank its volunteers for their time and effort on the BACnet standard. Special thanks also go to Lutron for providing the venue, in support of the committee, and their gracious hospitality throughout this meeting and meetings past!

    • Austrian Armed Services Confer on BACnet! (4/17) Salzburg, Austria. The Austrian Leadership Support and Cyber Defense Command and the Military Real Estate Management Center of the Austrian Armed Services recently concluded their third conference on "Building Automation with BACnet". Thirty-five experts from both Germany and Austria participated in the event held in the Salzburg Schwarzenberg barracks. Among the participants were representatives of the Deutsche Bundesbank (Germany's federal bank), the Technical Universities of Vienna and Graz, as well as a number of designers and manufacturers. Longtime BACneteer Hans Kranz moderated the event.

      While the first two conferences focused on "Interoperability in Building Automation" and "BACnet Guidelines for Multivendor Projects", this event focused on the "Integrated Design and Implementation Process" and hoped to clarify the relative scopes of the owner and his specifications; the designer's services; the project's execution; and the final handover to the owner. The role of possible computer support for each of these functions was also considered.

      Meeting leader Rupert Fritzenwallner of the Leadership Support and Cyber Defense Command thanked the participants for their commitment and contributions and expressed delight that the BACnet meetings of the Austrian Armed Services, as a platform for information exchange and transfer of BACnet knowledge, were being so positively received.

    • Two Addenda Released for Public Review! (4/17) Atlanta, GA. ASHRAE has just announced the start of 45-day public reviews of two addenda to the BACnet standard. Addendum 135-2016bi, Audit Reporting, is going out for its 3rd Publication Public Review of Independent Substantive Changes while Addendum 135-2016bp, Tweaks to BACnet Web Services, is going out for its first review. Click on the above links for details!
       
Coming Events

  • June 21-25, 2018, SSPC Meeting, Houston, TX.
  • October 22-25, 2018, SSPC Interim Meeting, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA.
  • January 10-14, 2019, SSPC Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  • April 9-12, 2019, SSPC Interim Meeting, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
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