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Lynxspring Announces New Project Haystack Initiatives
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO. May 19, 2015 Lynxspring, a premier developer and provider of IoT solutions for building automation, energy management, cyber protection, and device-to-enterprise integration today announced two Project-Haystack initiatives at Haystack Connect 2015 conference.
The NodeHaystack has been developed to
take advantage of the Node.js® platform and all of its benefits.
NodeHaystack provides a fully scalable, fast server interface, for
anyone wishing to implement a Haystack server of their own. In
used in the browser itself to connect to other Project Haystack
implementations and build rich web UIs remotely, off the Haystack
server. NodeHaystack is a direct port of Haystack Java Toolkit, and
provides all of the functionality of the de-facto standard for Project
Haystack server development. In addition to the core
functionality, Lynxspring has added the ability to accept JSON encoded
Also announced, was a BACnet-Haystack
Data Pump which serves as a gateway that brings BACnet points and data
in a secured environment up to Project Haystack clients and applies
Haystack tags to distribute up to building and energy management
The amount of data created by equipment,
systems and devices has exploded. Today’s automation systems and smart
devices produce tremendous amounts of data, however, this data can be
very hard to organize and use across different applications because it
is stored in many different formats; has inconsistent naming
conventions and very limited data descriptors. It lacks information to
describe the meaning of the data. And without meaning a time-consuming
manual effort is required before analysis and value creation can begin.
And without proper analytics, this data is not useful.
“The challenge is to make the data
available in the right format and deliver it to the right person at the
right place and time within a secured environment to create a
data value chain”, commented Marc Petock, Vice President Marketing at
Lynxspring. “To realize the full value of data, it must be collected
securely, in a timely manner, standardized in the correct format, made
ready to be used, put in context with operations and events and
presented to the right persons at the right time to enable timely
decision-making. Our involvement and initatives in Project-Haystack are
helping to do that”.
Lynxspring has been a Project-Haystack supporter and contributor since its inception in 2011. The company is a founding member of the 501-C organization and serves on the Board of Directors.
is an open source, community initiative focused on developing semantic
modeling conventions and taxonomies for smart devices and equipment
systems. The community has developed a flexible, extensible, data
modeling approach and standard models for describing the data modeling
techniques, significant libraries of equipment models, and software
reference implementations to easily enable software applications to
consume smart device data that is marked up with Project-Haystack data
Lynxspring is changing the way devices, systems, and people communicate and collaborate across enterprises. Embracing open, interoperable IP-based software and hardware platforms, we design,
manufacture and distribute JENEsys® (Powered by the Niagara Framework), Onyxx™ and Helixx™ based automation and cyber security technology and edge-to-enterprise solutions for Building Automation, Energy Management, Cyber Protection, Equipment Control and other Specialty applications. Our technologies simplify the automation and information architecture across the enterprise and significantly lowers cost and enables users to go further to manage and operate their facilities and equipment smarter, safer, securely, more efficiently, and at peak performance levels. www.lynxspring.com
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