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Richmond, VA and Irving–Tridium, Inc., a leading provider of Internet-based control and automation infrastructure and BuilConn have announced plans for “Niagara@BuilConn” a day-long session focusing on the Niagara Framework, “Powered By Niagara” products and the community of developers and partners supporting the technology at the upcoming BuilConn 2005 conference and exhibit.
The session will provide attendees with a thorough overview of Niagara, addressing everything from what Niagara is, how it relates to BACnet™, LonWorks™, oBIX, and other industry standards, to the openness and extensibility of the Niagara platform. A series of detailed case studies will demonstrate real-world examples of how Niagara is being used in facility management and M2M applications today, including presentations on the success of Niagara as a platform for energy management and real-time demand response.
“Over the past 4 years, the Niagara Framework has emerged as the leading solution for creating applications that connect smart devices to each other and to the enterprise. We are excited to be working with BuilConn to provide attendees with a thorough understanding of Niagara technology, the range of Powered by Niagara products and applications available in the market, and the impact of the Niagara Community”, said John Petze, Tridium CEO. “Attendees will also get a glimpse at the future of the Niagara platform.”
"I am pleased that Tridium has brought Niagara to be part of BuilConn, it will enable attendees interested in convergence to learn more about this exciting technology and how it fits within the broader perspective of building-IT convergence seen at BuilConn and the wider device connectivity subject covered at the M2M Expo and Conference", said Anto Budiardjo, BuilConn’s organizer.
About Tridium Inc.
Tridium is the inventor of the Niagara Framework®, a software framework that integrates diverse systems and devices—regardless of manufacturer, communication standard or software—into a unified platform that can be easily managed and controlled in real time over the Internet or intranet using a standard web browser. Niagara provides many benefits across a wide variety of facility management and M2M applications including: building automation, energy services, remote site management, service bureaus and maintenance management. System integrators use Niagara products to provide true open solutions without regard for specific protocols, products or technologies. Manufacturers adopt the Niagara Framework technology to move their products to the web, reduce development time, migrate legacy systems, develop new service offerings, and open up new markets.
Tridium is a privately held software company headquartered in Richmond, VA, with subsidiaries based in London and Singapore. Tridium markets its products to value-added resellers, original equipment manufacturers and a network of Tridium Systems Integrators. Additional information about Tridium is available at www.tridium.com.
BuilConn is a four-day forum uniting integrators, manufacturers, distributors, consultants and technologists from the disparate disciplines of the building systems industry to learn and discuss the trends, technologies and their applications for tomorrow’s “intelligent” buildings. From Access Control and HVAC to Lighting, CCTV and IT, BuilConn is the only network infrastructure and integration event focusing on bridging the gaps between these sectors to deliver true Networked Building Systems.
The third annual event will be held in Dallas, TX, March 21-24, 2005 at the Adam’s Mark Hotel Dallas. For further information, please visit www.builconn.com.
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