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We are excited to introduce a number of important enhancements to the Project-haystack.org web site.
Posted for John Petze
We are excited to introduce a number of important enhancements to the Project-haystack.org web site. These include:
A new Blog feature that allows us to promote postings of general market interest to the Blog level. Check it out here: http://project-haystack.org/forum/blog
Posted by Brian Frank – Wed 13 Jul I
have updated the website with the latest version of the
is significant enhancements to the data formats to handle nested
collections (lists, dicts, and grids). Plus we now have an official
mechanism for HTTP authentication. I have rolled the format/protocol
version to "3.0" for these enhancements. We have updated the Java
Haystack Toolkit which provides nice reference code for the 3.0 formats
and auth protocol.
A new reorganized Downloads section with more categories to make it easier to finds items of interest. Check it our here: http://project-haystack.org/download
Thanks to the
volunteers that implemented these great enhancements.
A French translation of the Haystack Connections Magazine Issue #1. You can access it at the link below.
Sémantiques, tags et données
interopérables pour Smart Buildings, l’Internet des Objets et bien plus.
new system and equipment tags including:
Enhanced weather tags, new tags for tank water level, diesel generators, ERV, HRV, variable refrigeration systems, smart grid and electrical generation tags and more
Release of community approved additions to the Heating Plant tag set
Release of the
nHaystack module for Niagara 4
As you can see the community has been very active and continues to advance the Project-Haystack tag libraries and tools.
In addition, we are excited to welcome two new Associate Members:
IoT Warez: http://iotwarez.com/
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communicate together. From
state of the art data centers to environmentally conscious facilities,
our software development team is capable of building solutions that
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And as a
reminder, Haystack Connect 2017 has been announced for May 2017.
It will take place at the fantastic Saddlebrook resort near Tampa FL. Attendee registration will open in September. Exhibitor and sponsor registration is open now! You can find full details here: https://haystackconnect.org/
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