I get enough questions about the current state of ASHRAE 223P https://www.ashrae.org/about/news/2018/ashrae-s-bacnet-committee-project-haystack-and-brick-schema-collaborating-to-provide-unified-data-semantic-modeling-solution that it was worth putting together a quick post collecting some of the slide decks, papers, and online resources that have emerged.
The current best resource for learning about 223P is the Open223 project. Open223 “is a collection of permissively-licensed open-source tools to facilitate exploration and usage of the emerging ASHRAE 223P standard. These tools are neither developed nor endorsed by ASHRAE – instead, they are maintained by a small community of enthusiasts and developers who believe in making RDF data easier to use.”
The Open223 suite of tools includes:
Current development on Brick/Haystack harmonization can be found in this repository
Here is a slightly-outdated paper about 223P + Brick ( + RealEstateCore) + Project Haystack together. The high-level vision remains the same.
- This presentation I gave at Haystack Connect 2023 talks mostly about Brick/Haystack harmonization, but also talks about what future integration with ASHRAE 223P could look like
- This presentation I gave at an ASHRAE conference in 2023 talks about NREL’s BuildingMOTIF tool and how it will facilitate usage of 223P