Retail & Mall Building Solution

— Retail & Mall Building Solution Buildings that are modular, eco-friendly and evolve over time. This is best done with ABB Building Solutions for efficient and intelligent spaces.

— Index

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— Building Segment Overview

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— Building Segment Overview Segmentation

In a certain sense, the technology is transversal, but the solutions are effective when the technology is calibrated to the application. The best technical and economic compromise, the best design solutions are the result of experience, system choices and component choices. The careful and detailed analysis of the needs of the case of interest defines the user case.

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— Building Segment Overview Segmentation

— Residential

— Commercial

— Institutional

— Infrastructure

— Industrial

Single Family • Houses

Hospitality • Hotels, Resorts, Motels • Dormitories, Lodgings, Rooming • Cruiser ships Office • Low/Mid/High-rise • Multi-purpose • Laboratories • Call centres • Single/Time-share property Retail & Mall • Stores, Hypermarkets • Retail chains, Malls • Restaurants, Food chains • Showrooms Leisure Facilities • Casinos, Theme parks • Sport stadiums, gym-pools • Museum, Theatres

Healthcare • Hospitals • Nursing, Retirement homes • Elderly Care, Day Care • Multi-centres Educational • Schools, Universities, Colleges • Research facilities • Archives, Libraries Public • State/city buildings, Halls • Post-offices • Temples, Historic • Police, Military, Prisons

Transportation • Airports, Ports, Stations • Bus/Truck/Train terminals • Parking facilities • Tunnels

Manufacturing • Factory • Manufacturing • Transformation • Packaging

• Private dwellings • Single Apartments

Multiple Family • Multi family dwelling • Apartment’s complex

Storage • Warehouses • Cold storage plants

Others Industrial • Chemical, Pharmaceutical • Processing • Telecom

Others Infrastructure • Water/Sewage treatment

• Power Plants • Agricultural

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— Building Segment Overview Core needs

Currently, the strategic lines that guide the definition of the characteristics of a building are aimed at satisfying 4 classes of fundamental needs:

— Health & comfort

— Life cycle cost and value

— Environmental footprint

— Future proof assets

These classes of basic needs can be translated into 7 performances that measure the quality of the building itself. Transversal aspects common to all the required performances are scalability and modularity, more important the more rapidly the market demands change.

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— Building Segment Overview Building performances

— Connectivity

— Efficiency

— Total Cost of Ownership

— Sustainability

The building enables its intelligent components to connect providing proper cyber security, preventing software vulnerabilities

The building optimizes the energy consumption and supports the efficient use of resources.

The building gives the transparency of the operating and maintenance

The building aims to reduce the CO 2 footprint of its operation in accordance global standards for people and planet.

costs. Warnings occur before a major fault.

and minimizing risks associated with data flow and storage.

— Flexibility

— Productivity

— Well-being

The building technology allows it to adapt easily to new usage requirements.

The building increases the productivity of employees, sets the right conditions (light, air quality, temperature …) adapting to the occupancy and expected performances.

The building technology keeps employees and visitors healthy.

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— Retail & Mall Solution

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— Retail & Mall Vertical Profile Introduction

Although terminology for the Retail & Mall sector varies across regions and markets, establishments can be classified according to layout and size.

Strip mall Collection of ground floor stores of various sizes which are adjacent, however not connected by a common interior space, thus the individual entrances to the stores are found outside. Retail store Single building providing goods and/or services. Such stores can either be part of larger retail chains, or unique spaces. gital solution will allow integration of system components to achieve the digital reality in hotels of the future.

Shopping Mall Also called shopping center, arcade or galleria. Large retail multi-floor complex comprised of a single large building or multiple adjacent buildings. in which stores entrances are found in the interior space. Malls often offer additional services such as restaurants, entertainment and business hosting.

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— Retail & Mall Vertical Profile Introduction

They key attribute for the categorization of the malls are:

Concept

Size

Acreage

Typical Anchors

Anchor Ratios

Primary Trade Areas

The defined "concept" captures the theme or market positioning offered by the centers within the broader categories, including features such as convenience, customer orientation, entertainment, merchandise lines and price points.

This attribute provides an indication of the massing of the center, including both anchor tenants and other tenants.

This refers to the typical land assemblage required to house the

This attribute provides a profile of the type, size and business orientation of the major anchor tenants that are typically housed in the particular type of centers.

This measure provides an indication of the mix of anchor and non- anchor tenants, including in-line retail tenants.

This element indicates the typical size of the Primary Trade Area from which the respective centers draw the bulk (i.e., 60%-80%) of their customer sales.

retail space, along with parking and ancillary services necessary to the operation of the respective types of centers.

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— Retail & Mall Vertical Profile Point of interaction

8 distinct types of spaces are required to provide shoppers and staff alike with a quality experience within the mall.

Common spaces

Retail spaces

Entertainment spaces

Office space

This space contains the offices for facility management and mall administration staff.

Theses spaces encompass the common areas in which occupiers transit, such as lobby, lift, escalator, corridor and atrium.

These spaces host retail stores offering a wide variety of goods and services, such as clothing, electronics or commodities.

These spaces are dedicated to providing experiences to visitors in addition to shopping including playgrounds, gaming areas, cinema and food.

Services spaces

Parking spaces

Theses spaces integrated connections to public mobility infrastructure such as train, tram or metro stations. Public transportation spaces

Logistics and delivery spaces These spaces include docks, service entrances and garages, used by suppliers to deliver goods to retail operators. Such spaces are dependent on the size and frequency of deliveries.

These spaces contain mechanical and electrical components that serve the building for power distribution, as well as cooling and ventilation.

Theses spaces are dedicated for car parking, taxi drop-off areas and connections with public buses.

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— Retail & Mall Vertical Profile Trends post-covid

One of the major consequences of CVOID 19 is to regain consumer trust and for this it’s very important to maintain a IAQ (indoor air quality) level for the shoppers, visitors as well as for the. It will be also important to address below points as well.

Sustainability

• Managing the design and construction process to achieve good IAQ • Controlling moisture in building assemblies • Limiting entry of outdoor contaminants • Controlling moisture and contaminants related to mechanical systems • Limiting contaminants from outdoor. • Capturing and exhausting contaminants from building equipment and activities • Reducing contaminant concentrations through ventilation, UV filtration, and air cleaning.

Mall owner and retailer are under immense pressure to sustain their business which was hugely impacted during COVID 19 and sustainable retail buildings present a major opportunity to provide improved quality and a better experience for employees, shoppers, and visitors Some of the key points that are addressed. • Reduces operating cost as this affect the retail shop business inside the mall. Rent plus services charges are being by retail shop owner. • Creating attractive environments for the visitor and tourist. Having more retail mix, F&B and entertainment.

Asset Management

Facility managers would be able to locate various assets and to obtain their operating conditions and status to help with maintenance issues plus saving the money from operation cost.

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— Retail & Mall Vertical Profile Trends post-covid

Instore and mall digital experince

This include from Smart Parking, way finding, subscription based cashless payment, augment reality mirror, instore traffic pattern provide shopping behavior for retail shop owner which to be used for ads and store layout and same time helps consumer/shopper to help them in product finding inside store.

Omnnichanel Retail

One of the noticeable effects of COVID 19 is increase in the use of online sales and this trend seems to continue even after the pandemic. The retail business owner is now using integrated approach for customer to order item which is referred to as omnichannel. The item can be ordered through multiple platforms like social media, website, mobile App and order directly calling retail shop. The item to be delivered at customer door step which mean it heavily rely on the supply chain and keep in mind already very thin margin of retail business it very important to use sustainable to use a supply chain which is very cost effective to compete in the market.

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— Retail & Mall Vertical Profile Customer needs

For the Retail & Mall vertical, our research shows 10 key requirements need to be addressed, which are anchored in the 4 customer needs categories.

Environmental footprint

Health and Comfort

• Resource efficiency Reduce water and energy consumption and Increase share of renewable sources by using solar and wind. Implementing an intelligent ecosystem for resource conservation, enabling a genuine zero emission in future. Maximize use of natural light and energy efficient lighting system. Use of efficient refrigeration, cooling, and heating system.

• Comfort and well Being Strict hygiene and health protection are still in place commercial building this mean it’s very important the malls and retail shop maintain good level of hygiene Indoor air quality and make sure that consumer and visitors are being provided comfortable environment by providing right amount of thermal and cooling comfort and adequate lighting level.

• Reducing carbon emissions and meeting the highest efficiency standards.

• Renewables Energy storage from renewable will serve this purpose and identifying in efficiency and improving performance of the connected load. Running non-essential load 100% on renewable and storing energy of renewable source for using it to support EV charging.

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— Retail & Mall Vertical Profile Customer needs

Life cycle cost and value

Future proof assets

• Increased lifespan Increased lifespan allowing the system to be kept in service, efficiently, for as long as possible, mini-mizing CO 2 emissions and use of raw materials.

• Ease of Integration Simplified integration with many third-party systems like refrigeration system and Fire alarm system. system integrates seamlessly across IT networks. • Scalable The scalable, future-proof architecture provides native open protocols and support for LON®, KNX / DALI, BACnet®, Modbus®, and IoT solutions based on Web Services and cloud technologies (like ABBAbility) for seamless integration with third-party systems, or other existing and emerging technologies both at local and cloud level. • Data security Data security means much more than protection against cybercrime: certainly, connections need to be safe, but the value of that data should also be protected. Customers should not be required to forfeit safety, value, or control in order to realize the benefits of digitization. Big chains (retail, cinemas, restaurants, fast food,...) often have their own cyber security regulations and the mall infrastructure must comply with it. • Multi-site retail operation Retail Solution ensures that stores operate efficiently, reduce maintenance costs, optimize staff and customer comfort, and enables centralized management by an Energy Management Team or third-party energy bureau.

• Customized solution Having customized solution to choose option as per budget, need and requirement.

• Safety and protection Most important aspect is safety down from circuit protection to the utility incoming connection. Overload, ground fault and short protection play an important role in safeguarding the property and people inside the building. • Energy management Energy is being consumed in Retail & Mall stores by monitoring multiple energy sources like electricity, gas, and water through meters - providing new insights and identifying potential savings.

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— Building segment performance for retails and malls

The 7 building performances exist to ensure that the solutions deployed in Retail & Mall is holistic and cater to the core needs of involved stakeholders. In other words, this is a people & planet first approach, and the careful selection of ABB building technology serve the purpose of enabling the performances to achieve our common goals.

— Sustainability

— Total Cost of Ownership

— Efficiency

— Flexibility

— Connectivity

— Well-being

— Productivity

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— Building segment performance for retails and malls

— Flexibility

— Sustainability

Build a scheduled lighting system across your Mall for Lighting, HVAC and irrigation system Store Operators can use the simplified store scheduling interface to build, control, and customize systems at each location or in regions.

Supply chain is very important for Retail & Mall business by making it sustainable running entire transportation on EV and power it through solar will have huge impact of CO 2 Emission. Use of rainwater for irrigation, reduction in water consumption, increase the use of renewable in power generation.

— Well-being

— Total Cost of Ownership

Healthy built environment is not only beneficial to public health, but also helps with people’s well-being and to give confidence in public which effects mall foot ratio. Maintain good air and water quality level and exposure to day light. Providing good comfort level for visitors. Use cleaning and sanitation robots will ensure health of visitor and staff.

Have integrated system is very important for building to do the monitoring and check energy consumption by electrical and mechanical devices. This will lead to increase both operational efficiency, additional opportunities for energy saving and also to take proactive measure against in efficiencies in the, electrical, mechanical and refrigeration system. This would lead to considerable amount of cost saving for Mall and retail.

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— Building segment performance for retails and malls

— Efficiency

— Productivity

Achieve system operational efficiency for example reducing temperatures by just 1 degree Celsius can cut fuel consumption by 8%. To shut down heating or air conditioning an hour before store closing, setting refrigeration system setpoint at optimum level and use of OA without any noticeable difference to staff or customers.

Developing strategies that reflect trading hours and trends in occupancy across the time of day and seasonal shopping pattern. Eliminate heating and cooling running simultaneously and use of Heat recovery ventilation strategies.

— Connectivity

Retail business owner are looking for Limitless connections add number of geographical locations spread across the country and different continent that can be connected to the system making it the ideal tool for central monitoring and management of energy consumption for multi-site retail organizations with several building locations.

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— Features expected from Retail & Mall solution Automation, control and supervision

— Energy and economic saving

Automation systems can play a fundamental role in reducing energy consumption in the tertiary sector which has now become the most energy-intensive sector in the main industrialized countries.

The standard EN 15232 standard allows a simple and recognized estimation of energy and economic savings related to the adoption of an automation system that was previously quite delicate and complex.

Definition of classes Residential D C B

Non residential D C B

The automation classes according to the European standard EN 15232

A

A

EMISSION CONTROL Heating control The control system is installed at the emitter or room level, far case 1 one system can control several rooms 0 No automatic control 1 Central automatic control 2 Individual room automatic control by thermostatic valves or electronic controller 3 Individual room control with communication between controllers and to BACS 4 Integrated individual room control including demand control (by occupancy, air quality, etc.)

Control of distribution network hot water temperature (supply or return) Similar function can be applied to the control of direct electric heating networks 0 No automatic control 1 Outsider temperature compensated control 2 Indoor temperature control Control of distribution pumps The controlled pumps can be installed at different levels in the network 0 No control 1 On off control 2 Variable speed pump control with constant Dp 3 Variable speed pump control with proportional Dp

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— Features expected from Retail & Mall solution Automation, control and supervision

— Energy and economic saving

The savings estimated according to the European standard EN 15232

BUILDING

BUILDING TYPE

f BAC.EL

f BAC.HC

D

C

B

A

D

C

B

A

Offices

1.10 1.06 1.07 1.05 1.07 1.04 1.08

0.93 0.94 0.93 0.98 0.95 0.96 0.95

0.87 0.89 0.86 0.96 0.90 0.92 0.91

1.51 1.24 1.20 1.31 1.31 1.23 1.56

0.80 0.75 0.88 0.91 0.85 0.77 0.73

0.70 0.5 a 0.80 0.86 0.68 0.68 0.6*

Lecture hall

School

Non residential

Hospital

Hotel

1

1

Restaurant

Wholesale and retail trade service buildings

Single family houses

Residential

Apartment block Other res. Building or similar

1.08

0.93

0.92

1.10

0.88

0.81

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— Features expected from Retail & Mall solution Automation, control and supervision

— Communication

The communication between different sub-systems within the same building or the visualization via the internet of images of the rooms following an alarm, are functions easily achievable in a bus system.

The main points to be considered are:

• Simplicity of wiring Using bus technology wiring for the connection between the devices, all data and information travel on a simple twisted pair, thus saving on the material and time spent laying the cables. Using a 6-conductor cable, you can also bring power and speech to the various devices. The possibility of using a simple 6-conductor cable compared to the considerable bundle of cables (or the large multipolar cable) traditionally used, considerably facilitates installation, reducing installation times. • Modularity By turning to systems that use modular technology, it is possible to make the system evolve over time, starting from the basic functions and subsequently adding the other functions, without nullifying the investments already made. • Continuity of service and ease of maintenance By taking advantage of the internal self-diagnosis and anomaly recognition functions present in some systems, it is possible to immediately identify any faults. If necessary, the electronic modules can be replaced without having to interrupt the operation of the system, thus ensuring continuity of service. In addition, the electronic room control modules, if installed in the corridor, could be replaced without having to enter the patient’s room. In this way, no disturbance is caused to the patients and doctors and nurses can safely continue to operate according to their needs, while the technical maintenance staff can intervene promptly.

A bus system can satisfy communication needs related to security, control and entertainment such as the activation of video surveillance cameras or the sending via internet of images of the rooms following an alarm, it allows to understand if there is really the issue or if it is just a false alarm. All the functions implemented in the various systems of a building can also be controlled remotely through the use of web servers or remote controllers on land or mobile networks. The video system becomes an integral part of the automation system, allowing, among other functions, communication between the different workstations within the same structure. The different communication solutions between staff and between them and occupants allow for important results, including ease of use, savings in installation and management and improvement of the service offered.

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— Features expected from Retail & Mall solution Automation, control and supervision

— Access control

MODULAR Modular architecture with stand alone graphics or that can be integrated into third party scada systems

SIMPLE CONFIGURATION Plug and play system. Just add the devices on the KNX line

SIMPLE MANAGEMENT Procedures for assigning access permissions simplified with various levels of user privilege

DIAGNOSTICS Integrated diagnostics for system alarms or faults

EXTENSION Simple and minimally invasive functionality extension

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— Features expected from Retail & Mall solution Automation, control and supervision

— Security

The integration of systems such as the alarm system, video surveillance and technical alarms allows to reduce installation costs without affecting performance. The presence alarm system can communicate with the video surveillance, lighting and other systems of the structure: the integration of the different systems therefore allows for a higher level of security and lower costs than single stand-alone systems. Many devices can be used multi-functionally by several systems.

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— Features expected from Retail & Mall solution Automation, control and supervision

— Comfort

— HVAC control - Comfort and efficiency in the same architecture

The increase in the comfort offered by the building and the quality of living are among the best known advantages of an automation control system. Lights and shutters of a room or a series of rooms can be grouped so that they can be controlled automatically or autonomously even by fragile people. This allows to conveniently turn off all the lights in an area with a single gesture, close the windows, put all the systems you want in standby condition (e.g. cooling), activate alarms, etc. By integrating the traditional functions of an electrical system with the control and automation functions of communication to and from the building, the usability of the structures is increased. Through thermoregulation, the system plays a fundamental role not only in minimizing consumption, but also in improving comfort. People with disabilities or with temporary or permanent mobility limitations can receive assistance in using the spaces and their functions. The solutions that in most cases meet these needs can be: • video surveillance cameras; • dedicated voice commands; • remote controls with specific features such as large illuminated buttons; • large parade buttons; • alarms reported on mobile phones in case of detection of flooding, gas leaks, open doors or windows, etc; • emergency call with dedicated or pull button.

HVAC SYSTEMS All HVAC is managed by the building management system

CENTRALIZED THERMAL EQUIPMENT All the equipment for heating and cooling (Boiler - Chiller-UTA - VRV Free cooling) can be integrated into the system and managed locally by PLC / Inverter

INTEROPERABILITY All the communication protocols can be integrated

DISTRIBUTED EQUIPMENT AND SENSORS All the equipment and sensors distributed in the rooms (fan coils, valves and thermostats) can be integrated and managed on the KNX protocol

FLEXIBILITY A flexible and modular architecture allowing to face all the possible cases

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— Features expected from Retail & Mall solution Automation, control and supervision

— Living & Comfort – Energy saving and comfort

LIGHTING Lighting management is integrated into the system

ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND COMFORT Natural and artificial light are exploited to ensure the best conditions of comfort and energy efficiency

AUTOMATED MANAGEMENT The building manages itself thanks to presence, brightness and air quality sensors

INTEGRATION WITH SPECIFIC PROTOCOLS Management of the lighting system on DALI bus

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— Features expected from Retail & Mall solution Automation, control and supervision

— Management

The supervision and control systems allow the monitoring of all the vital parameters of buildings, facilitates ordinary and extraordinary maintenance and optimizes the archiving of all data with connection to management software packages.

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— Features expected from Retail & Mall solution Energy Management

— The tools for managing and controlling building energy consumption

— Building Energy Manager System expected features

Energy Managers, building owners, and Facility Managers are all too familiar with the pressure to reduce costs and energy consumption while maintaining occupant comfort. Energy management includes planning and operation of energy production and energy consumption units as well as storage and energy distribution. Objectives are resource conservation, climate protection and cost savings, while the users have permanent access to the energy they need. It is connected closely to environmental management, production management, logistics and other established business functions. In this sense, the choice of tool for managing and controlling building energy consumption and costs together with the BMS and the electrical power distribution scheme constitute the fundamental elements of the design of an electrical system, on which the analysis and development of the solution will depend. The ideal tool for managing and controlling building energy consumption and costs is user friendly, reporting and charting are so intuitive and easy to understand that it is not limited to use by expert energy managers. The solution shall be tailored to meet the individual requirements of each customer. The right solution focuses on energy management in order to analyze energy consumption and target savings in a building, enabling energy efficiency improvements and the continuous commissioning of the building.

Cloud-based BEMS access to the meter and sensor information in the building over the internet. The information is collected from the BAS via a secure fixed IP connection and the end-user accesses their information by logging into a dedicated website using their unique username and password. No limit to the number of meters and sensor points you can connect to the service across any geographical location is essential for large organizations but useful also for any other context. The possibility to works with any third-party systems such as Tridium, BACnet, and standalone systems via the SQL or MS Access database where the meter and sensor information is stored is crucial to avoid any limitation in existing building as well as in fully new installations.

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— Features expected from Retail & Mall solution Energy Management

— Analysis and charting

— Increasing awareness & encouraging behavioural change A web-based public information display can communicate information on a building’s energy performance and provides tips and recommendations of how employees can assist in reducing energy consumption. By publically engaging people in energy efficiency behavioural change, there is the potential to improve energy efficiency by a further 5% over other energy efficiency measures in an organization. It also goes beyond the building bringing this positive behaviour into the wider public arena. • Improve building energy performance • Energy savings of up to 5% over other energy efficiency measures through behavioural change • Reduce cost and carbon footprint • Communicates energy policy & strategy to the public • According with ISO 50001

— Reporting

The BEMS analysis and charting shows how, where, and when energy consumptions are. Energy consumption data can be analyzed in a number of different ways from spectral analysis displays, regression analysis, actual versus target graphing, and lots more. Charting: • View real-time energy information in day, week, month, year and custom view • Compare time periods, meters and export data Analysis: • View energy patterns using the Spectral Analysis tool • Set targets based on driving factors or fixed parameters • Compare actual versus target • Access regression analysis, overspend and cumsum charts • Analyze energy consumption compared to a smart target for real-time energy management

Reports are an important tool for ongoing energy control by helping managers and key decision-makers keep track of energy-saving initiatives, verify if and where savings have been made, and when targets have been achieved. Fully customized reporting feature allows to generate instant or scheduled reports on energy consumption, costs, carbon emissions, performance versus targets, as well as tenant costs reports.

— Monitoring and alarms

Alarms viewed via the map based interface are particularly useful for a quick overview of multiple buildings in multiple locations for bureau or monitoring centres: • Anomalies detected in energy consumed versus expected consumption • Alarm reports issued via email • Analysis of historical alarms can help identify potential ongoing issues.

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— Features expected from Retail & Mall solution Service continuity

— General distribution schemes

There are no real specific technical standard references for the choice of the electricity distribution scheme, also in consideration of the fact that this choice is necessarily free and dependent on the process served. Electricity distribution systems are a fundamental infrastructure for most business processes and help to determine their performance in terms, for example, of energy management, safety, reliability and maintainability. If plant safety is an essential property as a legal requirement, reliability, availability and maintainability are instead characteristics of the plant that directly impact the business. The possible configurations that an electrical distribution system can assume can generally be traced back to three fundamental schemes:

Characteristic

Scheme simple radial

double radial

ring

Reliability

min min min max min min

max max max

avg

Service continuity

avg 1 avg 2 avg 2

Voltage stability

Losses

min

Initial cost

max max max

avg avg avg avg

Service and maintenance cost

Flexibility

min

Management

max

avg

• the simple radial scheme; • the double radial scheme; • the ring.

1 If short interruptions of service are acceptable in case of breakdowns or work on the system. 2 It is a function of the point where the ring is kept open.

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— Features expected from Retail & Mall solution E-Mobility

— EV charging stations

Hospitality building should be equipped with a modern infrastructure EV charging stations, the access is from a ramp with automatic access control and power supply is configured for EV chargers. The power distribution is dimensioned so that all chargers can operate at the same time at full power; in the future the user will have the possibility to increase the number of EV chargers without modify the installation thanks to reserve designed and to the load management function. Load management makes sure that the available capacity of the building is not exceeded. At times when the current demand is high, the EV charger will pause the charge session. The charge session will start again when there is availability on the grid. Slow charging is perfect for employee cars staying for the whole day in the parking, while fast chargers are perfect solution for parking place reserved for visitors, enabling re- charge in a shorter time. The charging unit should be connected to the internet via GSM, WiFi or LAN for perfect integration into smart building system and configuration via app. Simplified authentication via either RFID or App provides flexibility for public-use case applications. Protection and safety of power supply are ensured by protection devices and automatic switches. Consumptions are kept under control and energy meters are integrated into BMS for the asset management.

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— Testimonials from ABB technology users

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— Testimonials from ABB technology users

— The Marina Mall in Abudhabi is one of the largest shopping centres in the world.

MIDDLE EAST

MARINA MALL ABUDHABI

What were the challenges in fulfilling thewishes of the customer? The time frame for installation and commissioning was at a minium.

Why was the decision for a KNX solution made? The open protocol of KNX allows an easy system integration with other 3rd party products and systems.

Applications

Lighting Control and Regulation • Switching • Central Control • Time Control • Daylight Dependant Switching • Light Scenes

Operation, Indication and Visualisation • LCD Display

Interfacing to other Building Systems • Connection to other Systems via Analogue or Digital Inputs

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— Testimonials from ABB technology users

— ABB installs first smart, connected low-voltage network in new luxury mall

ASIA

EMQUARTIER MALL BANGKOK

Complete low-voltage solution cuts engineering costs by 60% and project delivery time by 35% for Bangkok’s new EmQuartier mall Zurich, March 11, 2016 – ABB, the leading power and automation group, has installed a smart low-voltage network in a cutting-edge shopping mall in Bangkok, the EmQuartier. The project is the first retail development to use ABB’s Emax 2 circuit breakers and Ekip control and connectivity features for remote management of its power grid. ABB’s complete low-voltage solution improved the project’s delivery time by 35% and reduced engineering costs by around 60%, due to its integrated SCADA functionality. Giampiero Frisio, managing director of ABB’s Protection and Connection business, said: “The solution developed for EmQuartier demonstrates why ABB is the technology leader in low-voltage energy. Building operators need solutions that make energy management easier and that help reduce total operating costs – ABB’s complete solutions simplify the whole process for everybody: panel builders and system

integrators save time and money while making the end-user’s operations simpler to manage, safer, more reliable and energy efficient. By pioneering the introduction of more integrated, intuitive and connected low-voltage solutions, ABB is taking power and productivity to the next level.” The EmQuartier is a 250,000 m2 luxury shopping and entertainment venue and a key part of the Mall Group’s multibillion Baht transformation of Bangkok’s business district. ABB developed the center’s low- voltage network in partnership with local panel builder PMK Group. Emax 2 circuit breakers’ built-in sensors and connectivity, configured with Ekip View supervision software enable remote monitoring, management and control of the low-voltage network at the shopping mall. With each node in the electrical distribution network connected, everything from energy consumption to trend analysis and testing can be managed remotely. The air circuit breakers’ intuitive touchscreen user interface supports ten different languages, including Thai, helping make the network simpler to manage.

“The EmQuartier is a landmark in Bangkok’s economic development – and the development of its low-voltage network demanded a different level of innovation and quality. Working closely with ABB from the outset enabled PMK to offer a smarter solution in considerably less time.”, said Chanapatt Pattaramaetakul, chief marketing officer of PMK Group.

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— Solution architecture

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— Building typology Retail & Mall enviroment

The entire Retail & Mall building may or may not contain different areas dedicated to specific functions.

Food court

Fashion retail shop

Supermarket

Entrance/atrium and lobby

Cinema

Gaming area

Open parking

Electrical room Energy storagee room

Mechanical room

Control room

Public toilets

Open office

Manager office

Underground parking

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— Building typology Retail & Mall enviroment - Entrance, Atrium and Lobby

— Entrance/atrium and lobby

Mall entrance are is primary used to enter inside the building and is widely used by the people to enter inside the mall as people coming on public transport and taxis can also enter from here . After the entrance we have atrium which is is a large open-air or skylight-covered space. They are popular because the give the building feeling of space and light. Mall Entrance area and Atrium area are now days design in a way that to expose it maximum day light and also visitor can a idea for the variety of shops located in the mall.

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— Building typology Retail & Mall enviroment - Retail Shop Spaces

— Supermarket

— Fashion retail shop

In hypermarket will have different section which is divided for shopper convivence and as general standardization across supermarket and hypermarket business. Below is the general categories of the section inside Hypermarket

Retail shops in the mall make majority of the shops in the mall. They retail shop can be of cloth shop, shoe shop, fashion shop, children cloth, book shop and toy shop. Retail shop can be part of well-known brand which are having multiple across the globe or it can of brand which is only available in that country. Prime interest of Shop owners are control of Lighting uniform control and RGB lights , HVAC, energy management , cost effective management of multiple retail shop and easy to manage by technicians and more importantly, by non-technical staff.

1. Refrigeration rack areas 2. Vegetable and fruit section 3. Bakery section 4. Deli Section 5. Electronic section 6. Store Counter Section 7. Enclosed offices 8. Loading Deck

Will be identifying application for selected section of Hypermarket.

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— Building typology Retail & Mall enviroment - Entertainment spaces

— Food court

— Cinema

— Gaming area

COVID-19 pandemic has affected restaurants in the Mall and for the retail shop owner in the food court Area have endured significant decreases in revenue, jobs, and overall profit, radically impacting the industry as a whole. Despite the challenges the restaurant sector, ranging from fast food chains to fine dining establishments, has been adapting by implementing unique solutions to safely serve customers. UVc, or ultraviolet light, is also used as an infection control technology and can be helpful in rendering viruses non- infectious. recommend to aid in both air and surface sanitization.

Cinema are normally located inside the mall normally near to food court and gaming section of the mall .it is used as attract more visitor to the mall thus increasing Mal foot ration which lead to increase in revenue for retail shops. After gradual opening of the cinema during pandemic cinema has also implement strict measure to make health and safety of the cinema visitor and this include the enhanced cleanliness, safe distancing and reduced contamination both through surface and air. Make visitor comfortable and the same not compromising on health & safety of their visitor is very important for them to retain their business continuity

This space provides an opportunity for visitors of all ages to take part into various skill based games. Gaming areas are often coupled with other services such as food & beverage or cinema.

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— Building typology Retail & Mall enviroment - Parking Spaces

— Underground parking

— Open parking

A car park is a cleared area that is intended for parking vehicles. Underground car parks are always fully enclosed and requires mechanical ventilation. The air quality and temperature in a car park needs to be managed to ensure those using the car park are not exposed to unsafe conditions. In the absence of proper ventilation, car parks present several indoor air quality problems. The most serious is the emission of high level of carbon monoxide. Apart from air quality, fully enclosed car parks must maintain appropriate level of light to allow people and vehicles move around easily and safely. Lighting may come from natural or artificial sources, or a combination of both. Consumer Mall and retail experience begin with convenient parking so it's very important to parking should be simple and easy. Some mall have paid and while some offer free parking that depend upon the occupancy, availability, and retail business performance. With right infrastructure in place, car parks can be used for opportunity charging for electrical vehicle. The car parking system is in integrated to EV system and if you want to utilize EV Charging once can show the car park ticket at EV charger it can start charging your car.

An open car park is a cleared area that is intended for parking vehicles, bike and motorbike for shorter duration or in some cases longer duration. Open car park does not require any mechanical ventilation, but it must have lighting in place to ensure safe movement of people and vehicle during nighttime. Open car park can also be used for vehicle and motorbike charging.

Most of the new malls have reserved parking for EV Care to promote and these parking are marked with special sign live charging sign.

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— Building typology Retail & Mall enviroment - Offices spaces

— Manager office

— Open office

This space is primary in use of FM head. The facility manager from his office can also access the central server and look into critical alarm , acknowledgment for raised alarms , health status of different component of electrical and mechanical system . He can also check overall energy consumption of the building and where the most energy is being utilized. Look into more critical raised by the system and take proactive action at the system. Also as its very important for Mall to that visitor health and well being is not comprised and he can check air quality in different part of the building.

The open space office is in use of the facility team, security, and Mall Operation team. It includes workstations for the selected employees but also other services at the disposal of the employee like printer machine, FAX Machine. The staff here are directly running Mall facility operation from attending complain, security and housekeeping. It very important to provide them comfortable, secure, and convenient environment so that they work proactively and focus on their work.

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— Building typology Retail & Mall enviroment - Services spaces

— Mechanical room

— Electrical room

— Control room

A mechanical room is a room or space in a building dedicated to the mechanical equipment and its associated electrical equipment. A small building or home may have at most a utility room but in large buildings, mechanical rooms can be of considerable size, often requiring multiple rooms throughout the building, or even occupying one or more complete floors Mechanical room can have below mechanical devices • Chilled Water Circulation – Primary and Secondary • Heath Exchanger • AHU & FAHU • Boilers • Refrigeration system • Chillers

Electricity is vital to building operation Electrical service shall include provision of normal, essential (30 sec.), instantaneous (1 sec.), and uninterrupted (no break) electricity supplies and switchgear and circuit protection to safely operate and control the supplies. High voltage and low voltage devices are installed in electrical room for distribution of electricity to various part of the Retail & Mall shops .

The control room is space from where facility team run overall operation on the Building. • They maintain and secures backups for the different systems • Monitor and controls both electrical and mechanical components of the building by checking from central server. • They receive and attend different complain from retail customer regarding HVAC electrical system and different type Control system (Lighting , HVAC , Mechanical and emergency Lighting monitoring system ) • From Central sever also monitors power distribution components for critical load management and all alarms, conditional monitoring can be done via cloud as well on premised.

• Domestic Water System • Backup Generator System

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— Portfolio Overview

Power Distribution

Energy Management

Lighting Control

Solution Portfolio Overview

Motor & Variable Speed Drives

Emergency Lighting

Room Wiring and Control

EV Charging

HVAC Control

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— Reference Architecture Retail & Mall

DIGITAL PLATFORM

1° PARTY APPS • Energy Management • Asset Management • Emergency Lighting • Room & Building Control

3° PARTY APPS • API

Cloud Platform

RETAIL & MALL

• Open Architecture • Specialized Apps • Subcription Services

ABB OFFERING

IP Network

INTEGRATION OFFERING

APPLICATION INTERFACE

LOCAL SUPERVISION

1° PARTY SUPERVISION SYSTEM • Local Supervisor • BMS

• HVAC, Drives & Motors, Room, Lighting Control • Energy management • Emergency Lighting

Building Edge Gateway (under development)

Power Gateway

Room Wiring & Control Gateway

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Gateway

BMS Gateway

Emergency Lightning Gateway

Drives & Motors Gateway

POWER DISTRIBUTION

HVAC CONTROL

LIGHTING CONTROL

ROOM WIRING & CONTROL

EMERGENCY LIGHTING

DRIVES & MOTORS

ENERGY MANAGEMENT

ACCESS CONTROL

EV CHARGING

• Car Charger • Bus Charger • Fleet Charger

• Circuit Breaker • Panel • MV Relay • LV Switchgear • Uninterruped • Power Supply • Transformer • Sub Distribution Panel • Consumer Units • Invertor • Utility Meter • Solar Panel • Wind Turbine

• Sub-Meter • Water Meter • Gas Meter

• AHU & FAHU • Chiller • Boiler • Fan Coil Unit

• ON/OFF Controller • DALI Dimmer • Direct Dimmer • Low Voltage Dimmer • Occupancy sensor • Timer • Brightness Sensor • Shades / Blinds / Curtain Controller • Passive infrared sensor

• Scene Switch • Room Controller • Occupancy Sensor • Touch Panel • Multimedia Control • Socket Outlet • Micro switch • Multimedia Connector • USB Power Adaptor • Proximity Swith • Thermostat

• Exit pictogram • Self Contained Light • Self Contained DALI Light • Central Battery System • Eplosion Proof Lighting • Street, Highway & Amenity Lighting • Airfield Lighting

• Variable Speed Drive • Motor • Smoke extraction motor • Low Volatge Motor • Wireless Condition Monitoring Sensor

VIDEO MONITORING

• VAV • VRV

• Split Units • Heat Pump • Booster Pump • Circulation Pump • Fire Pump • Touch Screen • Thermostat • Temperature Sensor • Humidity Sensor • VOC Sensor • CO 2 Sensor • Occupany Sensor • UV treatment

FIRE & SAFETY

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