Configuring spaces in a complex building - Johnson Controls - LIT-12012563 - Software Application - OpenBlue Enterprise Manager - 4.0

OpenBlue Enterprise Manager Implementation Planning Guide

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This scenario outlines how to configure OBEM spaces for a large and complex building with specific space configuration requirements, such as a hospital.

The descending order of space configuration in OBEM is portfolio, location, building, floor, wing, room. This structure does not suit every user, so it is not necessary to configure your portfolio in this exact order.

For example, a hospital building might be arranged by wings, which are further sub-divided into floors, which are further sub-divided into rooms. You can replicate this arrangement in OBEM if you enter the hospital's wing information at the floor level in OBEM, and then enter the information for the floors within that wing at the wing level in OBEM.