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What Will I Learn at Haystack Connect 2017?

This year’s conference theme is “Where Data Gets Real,” and the program for the event will maintain the high standards that have been set for the previous two conferences.

John Petze

John Petze
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The Haystack Connect event is known for its solid, “no-fluff” technical program. The speakers address real-world challenges and solutions in integrating data from diverse devices and systems into solutions for facility owners and operators and Internet of Things applications. This year’s conference theme is “Where Data Gets Real,” and the program for the event will maintain the high standards that have been set for the previous two conferences. Here are just a few examples of topics already on the Haystack Connect 2017 program. Note: The Call for Speakers is still open:

Reliable ControlsWe see from industry forums that many people are still new to the topic of tagging and metadata in general and often misunderstand what the Haystack Community is doing. Haystack is not a rigid, standard naming convention for control points and it’s not proprietary in any way. All the work of Project-Haystack.org is open source, and Haystack tagging can be used to “markup” data in media from a spreadsheet to a database to a communication protocol. It’s also highly flexible allowing users to add any tags they need for their unique applications.

Data is here to stay and will affect every part of the BAS, energy management, and IoT market. It’s been proven that data can provide real, tangible value when used with analytics and data visualization tools. The challenge that Haystack tagging solves is to “mark up” the data to give it meaning so it can be easily used across applications of all types. That’s the reason for the work of the Project Haystack community, and Haystack Connect is the place to learn all about it. We encourage systems integrators, controls professionals, engineering consultants, to attend the event and get first-hand exposure to the why and how of data tagging.

You can find full details on the event, including Early Bird registration, sponsorships and the Call for Speakers at the haystack Haystack Connect 2017 website here: https://haystackconnect.org/

We hope you can join us.


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