Big Data and Analytics Forum 2021 Data Tagging Workshop

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Big Data and Analytics Forum 2021 Data Tagging Workshop

Big Data and Analytics Forum 2021 Data Tagging Workshop

On behalf of Project Haystack, Richard McElhinney will be participating in the Data Tagging Workshop during the Big Data and Analytics Forum 2021, online July 22, 2021. To attend, visit: www.airah.org.au/BigData. To learn more about the Data Tagging Workshop visit: https://lnkd.in/g5K7-FM.

Rob Huntington, M.AIRAH, Airmaster
Richard McElhinney,
Project Haystack
Tristan Webber, Affil.AIRAH,
Bueno

Despite tagging being included in most BMS specifications for the last five-plus years, it is rare that it is ever done. This means when any third party (analytics, digital twin, building operating system, etc.) tries to make use of the data, a significant amount of time and effort is spent to identify the data and tag it in their own system.

The issue is that the root cause – tagging at the BMS level – is not solved. If and when another person tries to connect to this same data, the existing tagging is in the overlay rather than base layer. The primary adopter of tagging to-date has been “third party” providers who tag the data in their system once they have discovered and made sense of it.

Through a live demo format, the group will demonstrate three scenarios on how tagging (or lack thereof) can affect the value chain. The opener will also demystify some of the terminology surrounding tagging and explain its true purpose to provide meaning (structure) to the raw underlying dataset.

 

 

 

 

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