Abstracting Lift Management Information from Acquired Data
Wednesday 1st June 1988
Automatically acquiring data from lifts involves two processes. The first is the transmission and subsequent storage of data from a remote lift installation to a central management point. The second process involves the identification of the important management information from the vast quantity of data received. This paper discusses the second process and presents ideas on the practical implementation of a management system. Particular emphasis is given to providing information to the building manager in an easily accessible and assimilated form.
- Author(s): J. R. Beebe
- Title: Abstracting Lift Management Information from Acquired Data
- Year: 1988
- Publication Name: Elevator Technology '88
- City: Germany