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This is one event Niagara users can’t miss. In Vegas, baby.

Register now for three days of amazing keynotes, informative breakout sessions, invaluable insight into emerging trends … and a live demo of Niagara 4.

See the Niagara community in action.

    • 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

      Niagara Summit Golf Tournament

      Fore! Join fellow attendees at the Niagara Summit Golf Tournament. Register a complete foursome or let us introduce you to other Niagara Community members. A round is only $185 and includes greens fees, a cart with GPS, unlimited practice balls and round trip transportation. Club rentals are $85 per set. Please indicate right/left hand on the registration form.

      8:00 am – 3:00 pm

      Black Canyon River Rafting

      Get up close and personal with the Hoover Dam! This trip will take you through Black Canyon on the Colorado River below the Hoover dam. Your professional river guide will provide all the safety equipment and training needed for this delightful excursion down this world famous river. The trip is $305 per person and includes professional guide services, lunch and round trip transportation.

      1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

      Exhibit Hall Setup

      5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

      Opening Reception

    • 7:30 am – 9:00 am

      Exhibit Hall/Breakfast

      9:00 am – 11:00 am

      General Session/Keynotes

      Keynote lead by: Nino DiCosmo, President & General Manager, Tridium; John Sublett, Chief Technology Officer, Tridium; and Pranay Prakash, VP, Product Marketing, Tridium

      11:00 am – 2:00 pm

      Showcase

      11:00 am – 2:00 pm

      Exhibit Hall/Lunch

      2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

      Breakout Sessions 1

      3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

      Breakout Sessions 2

      4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

      Breakout Sessions 3

      5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

      Exhibit Hall/Dinner

    • 7:30 am – 9:00 am

      Exhibit Hall/Breakfast

      9:00 am – 11:00 am

      General Session/Keynotes

      11:00 am – 2:00 pm

      Niagara Community Innovative Projects Review

      11:00 am – 2:00 pm

      Exhibit Hall/Lunch

      2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

      Breakout Sessions 1

      3:15 pm – 4:15 pm

      Breakout Sessions 2

      4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

      Breakout Sessions 3

      6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

      Closing Reception

      7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

      Closing Dinner & Entertainment Innovation Awards

    • Who Should Attend: End Users, Owners, Consultants, Media, Analysts, Sales Personnel

      Topic Areas: Growth, Trends and Use Cases

      The Business Track will focus on the business aspects of integration, connectivity and interoperability – the business value of Niagara. With over 400,000 instances of the Niagara Framework deployed globally, this track provides a look into use cases of Niagara-based solutions, explores new application offerings; new revenue stream opportunities and the market trends that are driving adoption today and tomorrow.

    • Who Should Attend: Systems Integrators, Application Engineers, Product Managers, Sales Engineers, End Users

      Topic Areas: Niagara 4, Best Practices, Niagara Framework Applications, and Partner Applications

      The power of the Niagara Framework and its programming flexibility has been proven in a wide variety of applications, from the smallest devices to large enterprise solutions. This track examines how the implementation of the Niagara platform continues to transform the power, performance, flexibility and immersive experiences required of today’s marketplace. The Applications Track will provide more of a drill down into the application engineering side of the Niagara Framework.

    • Who Should Attend: Developers

      The Developer Track will focus on informing technology leaders and software engineers in the Niagara Community on how the Niagara Framework can be applied and extended to meet the needs of custom, device-centric applications. The track will include breakout sessions that cover everything from Niagara developer basics and driver development to developing mobile application for Niagara. The track will also highlight Niagara 4, the next generation of the Niagara Framework, and the impact that the major new features of Niagara 4 will have on Niagara developers.

    • Who Should Attend: C-Suite Executives, Product Managers, Marketing Managers, End Users, Owners, Consultants, Media, Analysts, Sales Personnel

      Topic Areas: Big Data, M2M, Mobility, Internet of Things

      The Technology Trends Track will provide a deep dive into the hottest trends in the technology world today. Leading industry experts will focus on Big Data, M2M,  Mobility, and the Internet of Things, among others.

    • Business
    • Applications
    • Developers
    • Technology Trends
    • 2:00 p.m.

      Niagara 4 Preview

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      Niagara 4 Preview

      Welcome to Niagara 4! This session will cover changes to the public API as well as to the build ecosystem using Gradle. Along with these changes, we will introduce new API feature sets for the Niagara 4 development platform. This session will repeat on Tuesday.

      Niagara 4 Sneak Peek

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      Niagara 4 Sneak Peek

      A deep dive into some of the new features of Niagara 4.0 followed by an open panel discussion with session attendees. This session will repeat on Tuesday.

      Niagara 3.8 Overview

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      Niagara 3.8 Overview

      This session will take a look at the new features of NiagaraAX 3.8 with a focus on enhancements to Mobile applications.

      Big Data at Work in the Internet of Things

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      Big Data at Work in the Internet of Things

      Big data is the datafication of every activity in business, government, and even private life. The explosion of the number of connected devices adds a whole new dimension to the sources of potentially valuable data to drive smart business decisions. However, the ability to produce meaningful and actionable data has outstripped most organizations’ ability to use it. This mismatch forces a top-to-bottom re-evaluation of how to bring big data into the enterprise and make it useful. Hear Oracle’s latest thinking about the power of big data analytics to run and change your business.

      Niagara Value in Retail and Commercial Environments

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      Niagara Value in Retail and Commercial Environments

      Providing technology and service for mission critical customers.

      Understanding the business, technical and customer issues in implementing a major technology renovation. How senior management representing IT, sustainability and property management teamed up for success.

      Niagara in Manufacturing Environments

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      Niagara in Manufacturing Environments

      Niagara features make it an excellent energy optimization platform for industrial and manufacturing facilities. See how some of the famous brands in the world utilize Niagara.

      Niagara New Product Update

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      Niagara New Product Update

      This session will provide an update of the new Niagara based products including Niagara 4 hardware platforms, Niagara 3.8 and 4.0 software features. This session will repeat on Tuesday.

      3:15 p.m.

      Niagara 4 Web Server Architecture

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      Niagara 4 Web Server Architecture

      Learn about upcoming enhancements to the Niagara web server, including the use of the Jetty web server, Java Servlet v3 API, authentication, and more.

      NiagaraAX Development Intro

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      NiagaraAX Development Intro

      Get started with developing on NiagaraAX! This session introduces to developing modules and drivers on the NiagaraAX platform. This session is intended for those Java developers who are new to the NiagaraAX development platform.

      Securing Niagara Framework

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      Securing Niagara Framework

      An overview of security best practices in Niagara – why security matters, what you can do to protect your Niagara Framework installations and where to look to learn more.

      Key Issues in Educational Facilities

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      Key Issues in Educational Facilities

      Understanding the complex operation of school districts and the operational and safety issues they face today. How integration of Automation, Security and Video utilizing threat level management strategies can make schools safer.

      How cloud based services can help support a successful Niagara based energy management and maintenance program while supporting the huge demand for community access to facilities.

      Smart Cities – Disruptive Change from the Bottom Up

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      Smart Cities – Disruptive Change from the Bottom Up

      Tech giants like Cisco and IBM are touting their top-down visions for creating the super-connected, hyper-efficient “smart cities” of the future. But Anthony Townsend, author of “Smart Cities, Big Data, Civic Hackers and the Quest for a New Utopia,” says the innovations that create disruptive change will come from the bottom-up. Collaborating in open systems and sharing best practices globally, geeks, hackers and civic idealists around the world will take smart cities to the next level. But there is a role for established enterprises in taking those innovations to scale. In this session, Townsend will discuss the technological forces driving urban change today.

      Using Niagara to Enable Large Scale Energy Management and Data Analytics Using a SaaS model

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      Using Niagara to Enable Large Scale Energy Management and Data Analytics Using a SaaS model

      How to build a Saas-based enterprise energy infrastructure for 50 buildings with over 25 different BAS systems to be integrated in 8 months. How the GSA Fast 50 project was managed and delivered in record time and the lessons learned.

      The Value Proposition of Niagara 3.8 & 4.0

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      The Value Proposition of Niagara 3.8 & 4.0

      This session is aimed at sales and marketing professionals to better understand new Niagara features and how they add value to different stakeholders.

      4:30 p.m.

      Niagara 4 Web Client Architecture

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      Niagara 4 Web Client Architecture

      Learn about upcoming APIs for implementing HTML and JavaScript-based Niagara apps and widgets, for use in the browser and beyond. Explore development strategies and tools for ensuring code quality and reliability from beginning to end. This session will repeat on Tuesday.

      Developing Secure Applications in Niagara 4

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      Developing Secure Applications in Niagara 4

      Our resident security expert will cover the new security features in the upcoming Niagara 4 release, including code signing, creating authentication providers, and the new permissions model as well as other security changes.

      Analytics for Fault Detection and Diagnostics

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      Analytics for Fault Detection and Diagnostics

      Explore how to use the Niagara Framework in conjunction with Analytics to provide better fault detection reporting and system diagnostics.

      Using a JACE for Plant Control

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      Using a JACE for Plant Control

      Take an in-depth look at applying the JACE as a plant controller. This session will cover AHU, Hot/Cold Water and Central Plant control.

      Top 10 Predictions for the Internet of Things

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      Top 10 Predictions for the Internet of Things

      Carrie MacGillivray, Vice President of Mobile Services & Internet of Things, will discuss IDC’s 10 predictions for the burgeoning Internet of Things market in 2014. The Internet of Things continues to garner increased focus by IT and software vendors, systems integrators, and service providers in 2014 as meaningful partnerships are announced, vendors launch dedicated IoT business units, and enterprises begin IoT deployments en masse. Her presentation will provide both horizontal IT and vertical industry predictions for this market, and provides insights into the many contributing piece parts of the market including the role of wearable, security, data analytics, and professional services in 2014.

      Large Scale Integrations

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      Large Scale Integrations

      An in-depth look at complex projects and integrations. How major projects were planned, designed, installed and commissioned with lessons learned.

      Niagara’s Greatest Hits

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      Niagara’s Greatest Hits

      Since the last Summit, the Niagara community has grown exponentially. This growth has been driven by new technology advancements in mobile computing, analytics, graphics and more. See this fast paced overview of new applications of Niagara technology from the growing community of Niagara partners.

    • 2:00 p.m.

      Niagara 4 Preview

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      Niagara 4 Preview

      Welcome to Niagara 4! This session will cover changes to the public API as well as to the build ecosystem using Gradle. Along with these changes, we will introduce new API feature sets for the Niagara 4 development platform. This session is a repeat from Monday.

      Niagara 4 Sneak Peek

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      Niagara 4 Sneak Peek

      A deep dive into some of the new features of Niagara 4.0 followed by an open panel discussion with session attendees. This session is a repeat from Monday.

      Niagara Framework in the Data Center

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      Niagara Framework in the Data Center

      The Data Center environment involves many diverse systems and mission critical applications. This session will focus on the technical challenges and unique integration requirements when working in the Data Center.

      Data Driven Decision Making

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      Data Driven Decision Making

      The next wave of IT innovation will focus on the “I” in IT – using Information now available to organizations through technologies which allows organizations make real-time operational decisions to improve their global competiveness and bottom line. Here are three real world case studies where use of big data and predictive analytics has helped companies make specific, data-driven decisions. This panel discussion will look at three case studies from companies that have used Big Data analytics to transform their companies.

      What’s all the Hadoop About? Integrating Big Data Technologies Primer

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      What’s all the Hadoop About? Integrating Big Data Technologies Primer

      This session is designed for business leaders who want a high level understanding of the methodology and architecture of various Big Data technologies and complex data and non-relational databases. Christopher Surdak, an industry-recognized expert in Big Data, as well as the author of “Data Crush: How the Information Tidal Wave is Driving New Business Opportunities” will review the core concepts of “Big Data” including key terminologies and key technologies to help audience members gain a conceptual understanding of the complexities in managing and analyzing the new and fast growing world of Big Data.

      Niagara New Product Update

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      Niagara New Product Update

      This session will provide an update of the new Niagara based products including Niagara 4 hardware platforms, Niagara 3.8 and 4.0 software features. This session is a repeat from Monday.

      3:15 p.m.

      Data Tagging & Device Templates

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      Data Tagging & Device Templates

      NiagaraAX revolutionized how you get information from your devices and buildings into one place. Now, Niagara 4 will revolutionize how you use that data. This session will cover using tags to describe the data in your station, how to create templates to reuse your tagged and configured devices in a controllable way, and discuss benefits of using these features.

      Expanding the Reach of Niagara in the Data Center

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      Expanding the Reach of Niagara in the Data Center

      Niagara has been implemented in many data centers but there are new opportunities to move into and to integrate with the “White Space.” This session will explore how Niagara can also monitor and manage the rack space environment providing Data Center operators with an end to end solution for managing plant control, CRAC s, power distribution, video, security and rack management.

      Niagara Software Maintenance and Migration Programs

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      Niagara Software Maintenance and Migration Programs

      With the speed of new technology innovations, maintaining your Niagara system at the latest revision keeps your facility safe, secure, and efficient. This session will introduce new Software Maintenance programs for Niagara. The R2-AX-N4 upgrade program will also be introduced.

      Working with BACnet

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      Working with BACnet

      This session will provide an in-depth look at BACnet application best practices including network tuning and troubleshooting.

      Social Media Strategies – Let’s Get Posting!

      The Ubiquitous Connected World: Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT) Explained

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      The Ubiquitous Connected World: Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT) Explained

      We are hurtling toward a world in which billions of ‘things’ – including buildings, factory machines, cars, city infrastructure, and household products from electricity meters to potted plants – will be connected. What are the implications for the way that people live and how companies do business? What technologies are driving this trend? What are the hottest industry segments? What opportunities exist for the BAS industry? And how can enhanced data management add value to various industry segments? Machina Research analysts Matt Hatton and Andy Castonguay will lead a discussion based on their latest assessment of the global M2M market opportunity through 2022.

      4:30 p.m.

      IoT Challenges – Data Security, Data Ownership, and Data Privacy

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      IoT Challenges – Data Security, Data Ownership, and Data Privacy

      The exploding IoT presents new challenges to companies they have not necessarily dealt with or thought about previously. Security concerns have always been front and center in the minds of IT professionals in government and industry – but now device connectivity provides a whole new frontier of challenges. What are the security standards for these thousands of disparate devices? How are these devices managed and patched once installed in the field? And depending on the business model and whether third party cloud or analytic solutions are employed, who owns the data? What happens after the contracts end? And are there data privacy issues to consider? John Sublett will lead a discussion about how members of the Niagara community can take a leadership position in the world of device cyber security, data ownership and data privacy and how the Niagara community can collaborate to address these systemic flaws.

      Intelligent Buildings – No Longer About Technology – It’s about People, Process and Plans

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      Intelligent Buildings – No Longer About Technology – It’s about People, Process and Plans

      The technologies needed to make our buildings intelligent, sustainable, and efficient are here! Our community has been driving this fundamental shift in the way we look at our buildings for over 15 years. However, we still have a huge opportunity to get more companies and their key stakeholders on board with the concepts and benefits of intelligent buildings. How do you convince building owners, managers, CFOs, IT managers, energy executives, sustainability professionals and facility managers that moving to an intelligent building and campus model is the right thing to do for their businesses? What are the motivators? What new business opportunities and models will appear? How do you deploy solutions? What new concerns must be addressed including IT and security challenges? RealComm/IBCON’s Jim Young will lead a panel discussion of individuals who have spent decades in this space doing just that – convincing key stakeholders how to think about buildings differently to spearhead change and innovation in their companies.

      Niagara 4 Web Client Architecture

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      Niagara 4 Web Client Architecture

      Learn about upcoming APIs for implementing HTML and JavaScript-based Niagara apps and widgets, for use in the browser and beyond. Explore development strategies and tools for ensuring code quality and reliability from beginning to end. This session is a repeat from Monday.

      NDriver

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      NDriver

      Introducing the new NDriver framework! Create Serial, TCP, UDP, and HTTP drivers for the Niagara platform with our easy-to-use code generating tool. This topic will review advantages of the NDriver framework over the older Dev Driver and standard Driver frameworks as well as discuss the design and architecture of implementing an NDriver based driver.

      Advanced Application Engineering

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      Advanced Application Engineering

      This session will provide an overview of BQL including a breakdown of the BQL select statement. The demonstration portion will involve creating PX based reports utilizing BQL queries and series transform graphs, as well as leveraging BQL queries for trouble shooting.

      Niagara Enterprise Security Applications

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      Niagara Enterprise Security Applications

      This session will demonstrate integrating video and building automation systems with Niagara Enterprise Security and applying Multi-Level Threat Management – a hot topic for K-12 and government applications.

Keynotes, speeches and breakouts from the best minds in the business

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Nino DiCosmo

Nino DiCosmo

KEYNOTE SPEAKER, President & General Manager, Tridium

Graduating in 1990 from Oakland University, Nino DiCosmo joined the EDS Group where he worked on the team that installed the first automated failover for Compaq in Europe and, later, directed EDS’s European customer service operation. From there, he moved to General Motors, where he performed Mergers & Acquisitions work with an eye to building the automaker’s portfolio of next-generation technologies.

His next move in 2004 was to Trubiquity, a company that designed a software platform in the early 2000s that allowed large communities of users in the automotive and aerospace sectors to collaborate in the engineering and design of parts and systems. While running the company, he found time to earn an MS Information Systems Management degree from Carnegie Mellon University in 2005 and an MBA in business from the Steven M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan in 2007.

In 2009, DiCosmo joined New World Systems, a company that provided public-safety software that dipped into the Internet of Things. On his watch, the company launched new mobile applications for laptops and tablets that kept policemen in the field connected. New World software also tied together emergency dispatchers with the fire fighters, automatically forwarded the address of a caller to the nearest fire station, identified the fastest route, alerted the fire fighters in the station and tracked the truck via GPS.

DiCosmo joined Tridium, developer of the open-system Niagara platform for distributed devices, as president and general manager in February 2013. Niagara is the dominant platform for connecting distributed devices in the building automation industry. His strategic vision for Tridium is to extend Niagara into adjacent sectors such as manufacturing and municipal infrastructure.

Keynote speaker:
Monday, April 28, 2014
Opening Keynote
9:00 – 11:00 AM

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Pranay Prakash

Pranay Prakash

KEYNOTE SPEAKER, VP Product Marketing, Tridium

Pranay Prakash is the Vice President of Product Marketing at Tridium at Honeywell responsible for Machine to Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) software and hardware products. Pranay joined Honeywell from Dell where most recently he was the Senior Director of Product Management for Data Center, Virtualization and Cloud Solutions, responsible for Dell’s Converged Infrastructure and Virtual Integrated System (VIS) Private and Hybrid Cloud product portfolio.

An experienced marketing leader, Prakash has held executive and senior management positions within the high tech industry in Silicon Valley and Northern Virginia, including NEC Corporation of America, NCS Technologies Inc and Berkeley Software Design Inc with primary focus on Open Source FreeBSD and Linux Operating Systems, Servers, OEM appliances and data center technologies.

Pranay is extremely passionate about cloud and is focused heavily on making IoT a reality. He believes cloud has become a lot bigger and moved beyond traditional IT devices. Pranay was recently selected as a Cisco Champion for IoT.

Keynote speaker:
Monday, April 28, 2014
Opening Keynote
9:00 – 11:00 AM

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John Sublett

KEYNOTE SPEAKER, Chief Technology Officer, Tridium

Sublett joined Tridium as a co-founder in 1996.  He has been a leader on Tridium’s technology team since that time and holds multiple patents on Tridium’s core Niagara Framework technology. John is currently the Chief Technology Officer at Tridium, setting the technical direction for Tridium’s portfolio of software and hardware products. Sublett’s early career established his background in software engineering and computer networking where he worked as a software engineer at Hughes Network Systems.

Keynote speaker:
Monday, April 28, 2014
Opening Keynote
9:00 – 11:00 AM

View my breakout sessions:

Niagara 4 Sneak Peek »
Niagara 4 Sneak Peek »
IoT Challenges – Data Security, Data Ownership, and Data Privacy »

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Jeffrey Brown

KEYNOTE SPEAKER, PBS NewsHour Senior Correspondent

Jeffrey Brown is co-anchor and senior correspondent for the PBS NewsHour, public television’s prestigious nightly news program viewed by millions nationally and abroad.

In a career spanning more than twenty years at the NewsHour, Brown has interviewed numerous leading American and international newsmakers, moderated studio discussions on a vast array of topics, and reported from across the United States and other regions of the globe. As arts correspondent, he has profiled many of the world’s leading writers, musicians and other artists. As senior producer for national affairs for more than a decade, he helped shape the program’s coverage of the economy, healthcare, social policy, culture, and other areas. In addition, he is the creator and host of “Art Beat”, the NewsHour’s popular online arts and culture blog. His work as correspondent and producer has garnered an Emmy, six Cine Golden Eagle Awards, and other honors. In 2013-2014, Jeffrey Brown will collaborate with U. S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey for a series of on-location reports in various cities across the United States to explore several large societal issues, through the focused lens offered by poetry. He is also currently working on a book of prose and poetry to be released by Copper Canyon Press in 2015.

Brown regularly speaks at conferences and forums including the U.S. – Islamic World Forum in Doha, Qatar and the Aspen Ideas Festival, and has served as a juror at the Sundance Film Festival and the National Poetry Out Loud Competition. He was recently named a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow and has been the recipient of travel fellowships from the East-West Center and the Kaiser Foundation.

Prior to joining the NewsHour, Brown produced numerous public television series for Media & Society Seminars, an independent production company headed by Fred W. Friendly. He attended the University of California, Berkeley (B.A., Classics), the UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism (M.S.). Brown was awarded an honorary doctorate from Wesley College.

Jeffrey Brown is married to Paula Crawford, an artist, author, and professor at George Mason University. They have two children.

Keynote speaker:
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
General Session/Keynote
9:00 – 11:00 AM

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Don Tapscott

KEYNOTE SPEAKER, Co-author, Macrowikinomics and Wikinomics

Author, Grown Up Digital.
Host of ReCivilization on CBC Radio.

Putting the network revolution into practice. 

All over the world, in every sector of the economy, from enterprise to government, old models of success are breaking down. The old top-down approaches are giving way to a new bottom-up approach: newspapers, media, crisis relief, energy, science, education, government, and health care are all being transformed around the web by a new generation of interconnected individuals who want to shape the world they live in. This isn’t just a tweak to the old model: it’s a wholesale reboot.

Don Tapscott is the leading authority on this shift. With Anthony Williams, he’s the co-author of the international bestseller Wikinomics and its even more ambitious successor, Macrowikinomics, as well as the generation-defining Grown Up Digital. He’s an entrepreneur, an internationally sought consultant, and an adjunct professor of Management at the University of Toronto’s Joseph L. Rotman School of Management. He’s the leader of U of T’s Global Solution Networks, a new, landmark study of the potential of global web-based networks for cooperation, problem solving and governance. On top of that, he’s currently heading up four multi-million dollar research programs.

Don’s newest book is a TED eBook titled Radical Openness: Four Unexpected Principles for Success. It is based on his talk from TED Global 2012. And his next book is not a book at all — it’s an app. Created in collaboration with Thinkers50 and the Rotman School of Management, Don Tapscott — New Solutions for a Connected Planet is an interactive tool that explores Don’s thinking on how we can rebuild many of society’s broken institutions.

Don’s insights range from big-picture understandings of technology, business, and society to practical applications of new developments in IT. If you want to know how to convert the latest technology into real profits, Don’s your man. If you’re ready to re-imagine your business in the context of the new connected marketplace, he’s right there with you. And if you want to understand the principles that any company or institution needs to adopt to make it in this brave new world, there’s really no one better.

Don delivers these insights in an enthralling, brilliant and inspiring style that often has audiences saying he’s the most effective speaker they have ever had. We’re glad such a timely message has such a charismatic spokesperson. Don’s ready to share his wisdom with you whenever you’re ready — to enter the world of tomorrow.

You can listen to Don’s five-part series, ReCivilization, on CBC Radio. The show examines some of the biggest challenges facing our world.

Keynote speaker:
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
General Session/Keynote
9:00 – 11:00 AM

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Robert Adams

Software Engineer, Tridium

Robert has been a member of the Tridium team since 1998.  He has been a key member of the team developing the Niagara driver framework.  He developed Niagara’s Lonworks integration.  Robert has extensive experience developing Niagara drivers and created ndriver to extend the core Niagara driver support.

View my breakout sessions:

NDriver »

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Scott Boehm

Director, VYKON

Scott joined Tridium in 1999 as product manager and is presently a Director of VYKON Energy Building Security Sales. Scott is highly experienced in building automation & control systems.

View my breakout sessions:

Niagara Software Maintenance and Migration Programs »
The Value Proposition of Niagara 3.8 & 4.0 »

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Logan Byam

Software Engineer III, Tridium

Logan Byam is a software engineer at Tridium specializing in HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, and other front- and back-end web development technologies.

View my breakout sessions:

Niagara 4 Web Server Architecture »
Niagara 4 Web Client Architecture »
Niagara 4 Web Client Architecture »

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Andy Castonguay

Principal Analyst, Machina Research

Andy Castonguay has worked as an analyst, advisor and consultant to the mobile industry for over 15 years. With local experience in Latin America and North America, Andy has worked extensively with service providers, device manufacturers, technology vendors, and financial institutions in both mature and growth markets. Currently, Andy is a Principal Analyst at Machina Research focused on the rapidly evolving M2M ecosystems in the Americas with particular focus on mobile health solutions and the M2M devices space.

Prior to joining Machina Research, Andy was a Principal Analyst at Informa Telecoms & Media with focus on mobile devices, application platforms and M2M solutions. During his tenure at the Yankee Group, Andy was Director of mobile devices research, Director of the North American consumer practice and Program Manager for the Latin American mobile services group. During his 7-year stint in Brazil, Andy also worked as a senior consultant at Telefinance, a financial services group, focused on mergers & acquisitions activity, strategic consulting, infrastructure & device financing deals and due diligence projects in the telecommunications industry. Prior to that, Castonguay headed Pyramid Research’s Brazil telecoms practice. Before his work in telecoms, Andy worked as researcher at the Health Care Advisory Board in the US focused on the US healthcare industry systems. A frequent speaker and panel moderator at industry conferences and events, Andy is fluent in English and Portuguese.

View my breakout sessions:

The Ubiquitous Connected World: Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT) Explained »

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Scott Cochrane

Scott Cochrane

President, Cochrane Supply

Scott Cochrane is President of Cochrane Supply & Engineering, taking over for his father Donald Cochrane, Sr., in 2000. Cochrane Supply has been in business for over 40 years, and under Scott’s leadership has flourished in a new and demanding Building Automation market. His remarkable work ethic sets the standard for the rest of his staff of over 40 individuals. His insights are invaluable as he is an advisory council member for multiple industry leaders including Honeywell, Johnson Controls, and Tridium. Under his direction Cochrane Supply & Engineering has been the recipient of multiple prestigious awards including: 2013, 2012 & 2011 Vykon Summit Award and Platinum Distributor Award, Honeywell Diamond Distributor Awards in 2010 and 2007, 2012 CGNA High Performance Award, Yaskawa Top 10 Building Automation Partner in 2010, 2011 and 2012, ACI Outstanding Distributor in 2011 and 2012 and numerous others. Scott earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business with minors in Marketing and Finance from Easter Michigan University. He also holds an additional minor in HVAC Technologies from Macomb College.

View my breakout sessions:

Niagara in Manufacturing Environments »

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Melanie Coggan

Software Engineer II, Tridium

Melanie, originally from Montreal, Canada, joined Tridium in 2012. She has mostly been working towards continuously improving security in the Niagara Framework, focusing on areas such as authentication, cyber-security and certificate management.

View my breakout sessions:

Securing Niagara Framework »

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Luke Dininger

Application Engineer, ASA Controls

University of Cincinnati, Computer Engineering, 2004
Niagara AX Application Engineer with ASA Controls – 8 Years
Other Skills: Systems Integration, Networking, Sales Support

View my breakout sessions:

Using a JACE for Plant Control »

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Paul Ehrlich

Paul Ehrlich

President, Building Intelligence Group LLC

Paul has a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas. In 2004 he formed the Building Intelligence Group LLC, an independent consultancy, whose primary purpose is to support and promote the delivery of high performance buildings. Services include systems assessment, master planning, training and design for intelligent and sustainable building systems with a focus is in the areas of integrated systems, facility operations and enterprise management.

Throughout his career, Paul has been actively involved with industry groups focused on the creation of new automation standards and technologies. Previous roles include chairing the BACnet sub-committee on interoperability and acting as the inaugural chair for the oBIX committee to establish XML standards for building controls. He is currently a member of the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) advisory council.

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Large Scale Integrations »

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Peter Filice

Peter Filice

IoT and Architecture Group Vice-President, Oracle

Peter Filice leads the Internet of Things (IoT) and Architecture initiatives globally for the ISV/OEM/Java sales organization at Oracle. This organization is part of Oracle’s Global Alliances and Channels line of business, driving nearly $1.5B in annual revenue. He participates in high-level partner and customer engagements globally, and provides executive sponsorship for key customers. He develops high-level, architectural engagement models and maintains close working relationships with Oracle Product Development, especially in the area of Oracle’s IoT Platform.

Prior to his current role, Mr. Filice was the Group VP of Sales Consulting for the ISV/OEM Sales group at Oracle and also the VP of Sales Consulting in Oracle’s Embedded Global Business Unit. He joined Oracle in 2005 via the acquisition of TimesTen Software Company.

Prior to Oracle, Mr. Filice spent 20 years in executive roles in several software and networking companies including TimesTen Software, Hughes LAN Systems, Sytek, and Northern Telecom.

Mr. Filice has MSEE and BS/EECS degrees from Santa Clara University.

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IoT Challenges – Data Security, Data Ownership, and Data Privacy »

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Craig Gemmill

Senior Software Engineer, Tridium

Craig has been a member of Tridium’s technology team since 1999.  In that time he has been a primary architect for the NiagaraAX driver framework and the NiagaraAX BACnet driver, and for the Sedona TXS Framework.  He is now engaged in designing Niagara 4.  Craig has also served on industry standards committees such as ASHRAE SSPC135 (BACnet) and the OASIS OBIX TC, where he is the editor for the 1.1 OBIX Specification.

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Data Tagging & Device Templates »

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Dan Giorgis

Senior Principal Engineer, Tridium

Dan has been a member of the Tridium team since 1997.   At Tridium he currently focuses on enabling Niagara on embedded systems and evaluating new technologies.  Dan holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech.

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Niagara 4 Preview »
Niagara 4 Preview »

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Mark Hatton

Director, Machina Research

Matt Hatton is a widely respected wireless industry expert with over 15 years’ experience in the mobile sector. He is currently a Director at Machina Research, a specialist research and consultancy firm focusing on M2M, IoT and Big Data. Prior to establishing Machina Research, Matt worked at 3 UK, Yankee Group and Analysys Mason.

Matt’s current focus at Machina Research is squarely on the emerging opportunity for machine-to-machine communication. He is considered one of the foremost industry experts on M2M. As well as managing a growing team of analysts at Machina Research he spends his time helping mobile network operators, vendors, regulators, enterprises and numerous other interested parties to understand the implications and opportunities presented by the growth of new connected devices.

Matt is widely quoted in both trade publications and the wider national and international press. He also speaks frequently at conferences and acts as a judge for a number of prestigious awards.

Matt holds an MSc in Telecommunications (Distinction) from University College London.

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The Ubiquitous Connected World: Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT) Explained »

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Scott Hoye

Software Engineer, Tridium

Scott has been an engineer for Tridium since 2001. He has extensive experience in a range of areas within the Niagara Framework, including core, driver, UI, and enterprise application development.

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NiagaraAX Development Intro »

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Gary Jensen

Manager, EMOS Development, Ford Motor Company

Coming soon.

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Gareth Johnson

Software Architect, Tridium

Gareth is based at Tridium Europe. He originally provided developer support for the EMEA region. He is now a Software Architect and technical leader in Tridium’s core Engineering team.

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Niagara 4 Web Server Architecture »
Niagara 4 Web Client Architecture »
Niagara 4 Web Client Architecture »
Niagara 4 Sneak Peek »
Niagara 4 Sneak Peek »

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James Johnson

VYKON

James Johnson has been working for Vykon for eight years as a product support specialist. He provides support for the Vykon channel, including both distributors and integrators. He is also involved in product development for the Vykon channel including the VykonPro tools.

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Advanced Application Engineering »

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Lou Jones

Industry Specialist, Honeywell

Lou is member of the Honeywell Niagara Solutions Team.  His role involves supporting channel partners in sales, design, and commissioning of systems, Training development, and collaborating internally with Honeywell Product Development and Engineering to design and deliver new products.

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Working with BACnet »

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George Keller

National Account Director, Tridium

George Keller is a National Account Director with Tridium, Inc. He concentrates in the Energy Market, Industrial, and Data Center Marketplace. Prior to Tridium George was a Software Account Representative with Hewlett Packard selling Cloud Automation Products and Services, and has over 20 years of sales experience in many different vertical markets.

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Niagara Software Maintenance and Migration Programs »

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Laura Kevitt

National Accounts, Honeywell

Over the past 29 years, Laura has worked in the Building Automation and Control business with Honeywell.  It’s very exciting to see the innovation and changes that are developing in this industry as building systems and IT converge.

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Niagara Enterprise Security Applications »

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Ryan Knudson

Ryan Knudson

Manager, Energy Management, IT, The Macerich Company

Ryan Knudson is the Manager, Energy Management, IT for The Macerich Company.  His work in the Building Automation and Energy Management Field has included SME-T, Project Manager and System Designer.

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Expanding the Reach of Niagara in the Data Center »

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Carrie MacGillivray

Program Vice President, IDC

Carrie MacGillivray is a Program Vice President on IDC’s mobility team, and is responsible for mobile services, Internet of Things (IoT) and service provider infrastructure research. Carrie’s in-depth analysis examines market developments, quantifies the market opportunity and provides comprehensive analysis for the mobile operator in serving both consumers and businesses as well as leading IDC’s IoT research efforts examining this burgeoning market. She leads the consumer research on the evolving prepaid market, consumer adoption of mobile broadband services and mobile messaging. Her insights also extend to the growing area of enterprise mobility including corporate liability from an operator perspective, managed mobility, fixed mobile convergence, multinational mobility strategies and wireless WAN. Across her mobile services research she examines the implications of wireless displacement, the evolution of 4G services, mobile VoIP, and WiFi as an option for carrier offload. She also directs the research of IDC’s service provider infrastructure team across wireless and wireline and assesses the crucial role it plays in providing the transport for all telecom services – especially the evolution of mobile backhaul and the heterogeneous network.

Carrie’s research in the Internet of Things ecosystem spans the impact of installed sensors to the need for analytics to the opportunity for social business within the context of the IoT domain. She works with IDC’s global IoT team to size and forecast the installed base and revenue opportunity within this newly, and quickly, expanding market.

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Top 10 Predictions for the Internet of Things »

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Paul Maximuk

Energy Manager/Global BMS SME, Ford Motor Company

Having over 30 years of HVAC experience installing, servicing, selling and integrating projects, mechanical systems and controls, a new opportunity to challenge myself to the next level came to me as a member of the DTE Energy Partnership who provides energy management services to Ford Motor Company, in Dearborn, Michigan.  One of the highlights of my career was the opportunity to install and integrate a Tridium R2 Jace to a Johnson Controls DDC System with my Tridium programmer, Bruce Pyszora.

As a member of the Ford Land global energy team, I work with manufacturing and corporate professionals planning, strategizing, analyzing and implementing the global integration of all building management and energy reporting applications in Ford Motor Company. I have the pleasure of being part of the team of energy, IT and integration experts leading the way to new frontiers of IT convergence into the BMS arena. All of the team is focused on delivering the first global energy reporting application that will lead all of Ford’s facilities globally with one common goal of continuous energy reduction improvement.

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Niagara in Manufacturing Environments »

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Ed Merwin

Channel Manager, VYKON

Coming soon.

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The Value Proposition of Niagara 3.8 & 4.0 »

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Monzy Merza

Monzy Merza

Director of Security and Compliance Markets, Splunk, Inc.

Monzy Merza serves as the Director of Security and Compliance Markets at Splunk, Inc. He has over 15 years of tactical and cyber security research experience in government and commercial organizations. His experience has included vulnerability management, security product testing, penetration testing, adversary modeling, cyber tools and infrastructure development. Monzy has been an invited speaker at government and open conferences. He has also served as content writer and instructor for cyber trainings. Monzy’s current research is focused on integrated approaches to human driven and automated responses to targeted cyber attacks.

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IoT Challenges – Data Security, Data Ownership, and Data Privacy »

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Jon Newman

Principal, The Hodges Partnership

Jon worked on-air and in management at a number of radio and TV news organizations in New Jersey, Tennessee and Virginia before joining The Martin Agency. He parlayed his media background into national media placements for countless clients, and that media relations focus is still a core competency at The Hodges Partnership. As the media landscape has changed, Jon’s focus now also includes social and digital media. His blog, Jon’s PR 1.5, chronicles the shift from old world PR pro to the new world of social and digital. He serves as a social media consultant for a number of clients, speaks publicly on the subject and teaches class on the topic at VCU. Jon is a graduate of Leadership Metro Richmond and has served on the boards organizations as diverse as the Henricus Historical Park and the Rockville Little League. He is a proud graduate of Rutgers University and can be seen there on home football weekends. Jon lives in Glen Allen, VA with his wife Kyra, children Sarah and Zachary and their lagotto romagnolo, Mario.

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Social Media Strategies – Let’s Get Posting! »

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Brian Oswald

Brian Oswald

Vice President of Operations, ESI

Brian Oswald is Vice President of Operations for Environmental Systems, Inc. (ESI). Brian is an eleven year veteran of the building automation and smart building technology space. Specializing in multi-site application and implementation management, Brian recently served as the ESI Project Executive to IBM on the successful deployment of an enterprise integration and data analytics application.

Brian’s well-rounded understanding of existing control systems and a practical approach to system integration helps create an optimum solution with uncompromised results. That understanding combined with project engineering, program management and in-depth software experience results in strong, sustainable, cost-saving solutions for ESI’s clients.

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Using Niagara to Enable Large Scale Energy Management and Data Analytics Using a SaaS model »

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Paul Oswald

President, ESI

Paul Oswald is president of Environmental Systems, Inc (ESI). ESI is a professional services firm focused on building efficiency. Paul has over 30 years of experience in building automation, system integration and energy management. His experience includes product strategy and development, business and channel development, service and contracting.

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Intelligent Buildings – No Longer About Technology – It’s about People, Process and Plans »

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Blake Puhak

Senior Software Engineer, Tridium

Blake has worked in software engineering at Tridium since 2001. He has extensive experience developing in core sections of the Niagara Framework.

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Niagara 4 Preview »
Niagara 4 Preview »

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Roger Rebennack

Director of Niagara Security Business Development, Honeywell / Vykon

Roger is a 35-year veteran of Security Systems. He is known as our expert in sales & design has worked 29 years with Honeywell in Security operations and key account management. He joined the Tridium security team in 2007 and has been instrumental in the product advancements of the Niagara security product. He has become the go-to guy by establishing great relationships with our Niagara community and has helped hundreds of partners join the wave of Security and be successful in solving building owners demands for a better security solution.

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Niagara Enterprise Security Applications »

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Shane Riggio

Vice President, Information Technology, The Macerich Company

Shane Riggio is the Vice President, Information Technology for the Macerich Company. His core responsibilities include Intelligent Buildings, Corporate Infrastructure Readiness as well as IT Service & Support.

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Niagara Value in Retail and Commercial Environments »

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Jonathan Rodriguez

Senior Product Manager, Tridium

Jonathan Rodriguez is the product manager for the Niagara Framework software. He’s been a member of the Tridium team for three years with a background in software development and marketing.

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Niagara 4 Sneak Peek »
Niagara 4 Sneak Peek »

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Christopher Ryan

Business Development Manager, Tridium

Christopher Ryan is a Business Development Manager with Tridium.  Prior to joining the Sales Team, he worked in Technical Support and Sales Engineering which provided him an extensive technical knowledge of Niagara.  Chris attended Illinois Institute of Technology where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Business Management.

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Niagara 3.8 Overview »

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Kalim Shadam

Co Founder and Commercial Director, Forest Rock Systems Ltd

Coming soon.

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Large Scale Integrations »

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Jim Sinopoli

Managing Principal, Smart Buildings, LLC

Jim Sinopoli is the Managing Principal of Smart Buildings LLC, which provides engineering and consulting services for the design and operation of integrated building technology systems. His background is in construction practices, design, procurement, project management, and building systems and operation, with a particular focus on monitoring and managing a building’s performance. He has designed and engineered operationally efficient, intuitive and sustainable buildings through an integrated design matrix of building systems and technology.  His design work can be found in many building types and uses throughout the US, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, South America and Africa. He has consulted and lectured government organizations, industry associations and Fortune 500 companies.

Mr. Sinopoli’s educational credits include a B.S. in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from Purdue University and a M.A. in Applied Science and Environmental Management from Governor’s State University. He is a licensed Professional Engineer, an Accredited LEED Professional and a Registered Communications Distribution Designer. Mr. Sinopoli has received the international “Harry J. Pfister” award from the Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI), and was recently awarded the 2012 Digi Award for “Digital Impact.”

Mr. Sinopoli has spoken on numerous occasions at conferences and seminars focusing on building management and technology systems and has written for many industry publications worldwide. His most recent book is titled “Smart Buildings Systems for Architects, Owners and Builders.”

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Intelligent Buildings – No Longer About Technology – It’s about People, Process and Plans »

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Bill Smith

Software Engineer, Tridium

Coming soon.

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Developing Secure Applications in Niagara 4 »

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Paul Sonderegger

Big Data Strategist, Oracle

Paul Sonderegger is Oracle’s Big Data Strategist. Prior to joining Oracle, he was Chief Strategist at Endeca, a discovery analytics company. Before Endeca, Paul was a Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, specializing in search and user experience design. Paul has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wake Forest University.

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Big Data at Work in the Internet of Things »

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Michael Jason Spangler

Software Engineer III, Tridium

Jason joined Tridium in 2008 as a core software framework engineer. His past projects include implementing Series Transforms in Niagara, user authentication, and development of various applications on top of the Niagara platform. Jason currently instructs the Certified Niagara Developer courses and continues to develop driver applications for the Niagara platform.

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NDriver »

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Richard Starr

Richard A. Starr

President & Owner, The Enterprise Corporation

Richard  A. “Dick” Starr, LEED AP, is president and owner of The Enterprise Corporation in Twinsburg, Ohio. Prior to acquiring his own business, he worked as president of the systems/service division of a large Northeastern Ohio mechanical contractor. In February 2008, Mr. Starr became Northern Ohio’s first LEED AP, accredited within the “Existing Building Operations & Maintenance” (EBOM) track. In addition, Enterprise was named Contractor of the Year for 2011 by Contracting Business magazine and is an MSCA GreenSTAR contractor. Mr. Starr serves on the National Boards for both MCAA and MSCA and is current Chairman of MSCA.

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Niagara Value in Retail and Commercial Environments »

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Erin Stileski

Erin Stileski

Plant Floor Systems Solution Architect, Ford Motor Company

Erin has worked for Ford Motor Company for 25 years in various IT roles including several application development and solution architecture roles.  Erin has been involved in the Plant Floor Systems space for 15 years of which 4 years involved working as a solution architect to help provide architecturally compliant solutions to plant floor systems development teams.

For the last 1-1/2 years, Erin has been working with the Ford Land global energy team.  He has been helping the team to build a globally integrated building management system with common energy reporting capabilities across the company to help support the goal of continuous energy reduction improvement.

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Chris Surdak

Global Subject Matter Expert, HP Software

Christopher Surdak is an industry-recognized expert in Collaboration and Content Management, Big Data, Information Security, Regulatory Compliance, and Cloud Computing with over 20 years of professional experience. Presently, he is Global Subject Matter Expert for Big Data, Information Governance and eDiscovery for HP Autonomy.

Mr. Surdak has held similar roles with other leading companies such as Accenture, Siemens, Dell and Citibank. Mr. Surdak began his career with Lockheed Martin Astrospace, where he was a spacecraft systems engineer.

Mr. Surdak holds an Executive Masters In Technology Management and a Moore Fellowship from the University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University. He also holds a CISSP Master’s Certificate from Villanova University and is presently earning his Juris Doctor from Taft University.

Mr. Surdak is author of “Data Crush: How the Information Tidal Wave is Driving New Business Opportunities”, which will be released by AMACOM Publishing in 2014.

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IoT Challenges – Data Security, Data Ownership, and Data Privacy »
What’s all the Hadoop About? Integrating Big Data Technologies Primer »

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Anthony Townsend

Senior Research Fellow, NYU Rudin Center for Transportation

Anthony Townsend is Senior Research Fellow at New York University’s Rudin Center for Transportation. His first book, Smart Cities: Big Data, Civic Hackers, and the Quest for A New Utopia has been called an “authoritative, information-packed must-read” (Kirkus, starred review).

Townsend is an urban planner and forecaster whose writing, public speaking, activism, and consulting focus on urbanization, ubiquitous computing, and technology-led innovation and economic development. He is the former Research Director at the Institute for the Future; the co-founder of NYCwireless, a pioneer in the community broadband movement; and was named one of Planetizen’s “Leading Thinkers in Urban Planning & Technology” and Postscapes’ “Top 100 Thinkers.” He holds a Ph.D. in urban and regional planning from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a master’s in urban planning from New York University, and a B.A. in urban studies with a minor in physics from Rutgers University.

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Smart Cities – Disruptive Change from the Bottom Up »

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Richard Warner

President, OME

Coming soon.

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Expanding the Reach of Niagara in the Data Center »

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Emily Weisensale

Specialist, Product Marketing, Tridium

Emily is the Agile Product Owner for the Niagara development teams at Tridium.  She has been with Tridium for over 3 years in the Product Marketing department.

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Niagara 4 Sneak Peek »
Niagara 4 Sneak Peek »

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Rick Weisensale

Senior Product Manager, Tridium

Rick Weisensale is Product Manager for Tridium Enterprise Security and Energy Management offerings. He has been with Tridium for 13 years.  Seven years of his experience have been related to the Access Control market.  Recently, Rick added Energy Management market to his product focus..

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Niagara 4 Sneak Peek »
Niagara 4 Sneak Peek »

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Michael Westerfield

Product Manager, Tridium

Michael currently oversees the product life-cycle for all building automation controllers at Tridium.  Prior to joining Tridium, Michael worked in the power quality industry for 10 years in various engineering and marketing roles.

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Niagara New Product Update »
Niagara New Product Update »

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Jim Young

Co-Founder & Producer, Realcomm

Jim Young is the co-founder of Realcomm Conference Group which produces Realcomm, IBcon and CoRE Tech, the world’s leading conferences on technology, automated business solutions, intelligent buildings and energy efficiency for the commercial and corporate real estate industry. He leads the organization and interacts on a daily basis with some of the biggest companies globally pertaining to some of the most advanced and progressive next generation real estate projects under development.

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Intelligent Buildings – No Longer About Technology – It’s about People, Process and Plans »

A room full of industry experts, ready to impress you.

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    11:00 am - 2:00 pm

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    7:30 am - 9:00 am

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    Distech Controls

    An innovation leader in energy management solutions, Distech Controls provides unique building management technologies and services that optimize energy efficiency and comfort in buildings, all the while reducing operating costs. A truly open solution, enabling interoperability and connectivity, our solutions seamlessly address your requirements for HVAC, Lighting, Shades/Sunblind, Access Control, CCTV, and Energy Management. We deliver innovative solutions for greener buildings through our passion for innovation, quality, customer satisfaction, and sustainability. Distech Controls serves multiple market segments through its worldwide business divisions, service offices and a superior network of Authorized Partners.

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    EasyIO

    EasyIO is delighted and proud, to again be a Premier Sponsor at the 2014 Niagara Summit, in Las Vegas. At this 2014 Summit, EasyIO will release many new features that have been added to its flagship FG Series range of Controllers. The FG is not to be confused with a JACE, as it is targeted at the smaller building’s market sector, however, it does leverage the Niagara Framework, and works perfectly with a JACE or Supervisor, as its Area Controller and/or Supervisor. It also enables Niagara users to compete head on with the multiple non Niagara Solutions in the market. EasyIO uses the Niagara Workbench to program the whole range of FG’s, 30P’s and FC Controllers. It also supports other tools, giving customers an opportunity to start with the EasyIO Controllers and then step up to Niagara when they are ready and qualified, to do so. On 23rd January in NYC, this year, EasyIO FG Series won the prestigious CTA Award for the Building Automation Controller of the Year, retaining this title for the second year in a row. EasyIO also won two other CTA awards at the same event, namely, Best Technical Support Vendor, and PID Person of the Year award. EasyIO is enjoying awesome worldwide growth with its FG Controllers, and also in sales of EasyIO branded Niagara Solutions. At this 2014 Summit EasyIO will be showcasing the following new and improved features: • Device to Enterprise Push Data • Device to Enterprise http (web services) data requests • Built-in SQL Lite Database • FG Graphics with new Widget features • Massive History Storage at the SD card, and multiple Data retrieval methods • BACnet Client and Server UI’s

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    Pacific Control Systems LLC

    Pacific Controls is a global provider of end-to-end managed application services and solutions for machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things applications. Pacific Controls innovation lies at the intersection of three core capabilities:

    • machine and device data platforms
    • end-to-end managed service delivery, and
    • IT infrastructure integration

    Unlike most players in the market today who focus on a single technology competency, PCS understands that new software platforms, managed services and IT infrastructure need to be interwoven and mutually supportive and that customer success requires effectively utilizing their combined potential.

    Pacific Controls is at the forefront of platform, data infrastructure and service delivery innovation for enterprise and publically managed solutions partnering with leading product OEMs, carriers and service providers, governments and diversified enterprises to help fully leverage smart connected devices, machines and the Internet of Things and People.

    Pacific Controls Galaxy is an end to end platform for managed services that proactively monitors assets, providing transparency into how critical “real world” systems are performing (buildings, smart grid assets, machines, equipment etc.), where critical faults lie, and where opportunities exist to significantly reduce operational expenses.

    PC is also a pioneer in knowledge and business process outsourcing in the energy services and facility management sector. The Company currently operates five large state-of-the-art Command and Control Centers (“CCCs”) four at its facilities in Dubai, and one in the United States, which provide 24x7x365 remote monitoring of customers assets and facilities, enabling clients to enhance security of their assets, optimize energy usage, and reduce set up and operational costs associated with achieving the same objectives through their own investments.( WWW.Pacificcontrols.net )

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    SysMik GmbH Dresden

    The SysMik Edge SysMik, a global leader of control products development for over 20 years, offers intelligent decentralized automation solutions made in Germany and based on open protocols and top quality standards. Millions of SysMik’s devices are successfully implemented worldwide in outstanding references including airports, railway stations, tunnels, commercial and public buildings, industrial infrastructure, distributed facilities, power stations and more. Design and manufacture are done locally under premium quality-management system, ensuring optimal reliability, unparalleled performance and most professional support. Sharp Solutions As a European supplier of products and solutions around Niagara-AX and Sedona Frameworks, our integrated solution suite, Intesa, offers full Integration, openness, interconnectivity, security and scalability, answering challenges of cost-efficiency, flexibility and standardization. Intesa begins with a variety of sophisticated compact Sedona programmable devices, continues to a NiagaraAX based Management control level, up to the advanced Enterprise level – all using one single tool for engineering and operating! Coming next, is our new and exciting Scalibur – a powerful modular general purpose management level controller running NiagaraAX latest software using our state-of-the-art modular control station, comprising the optimal and most advanced control product in professional industrial design.

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    DGLogik, Inc.

    From the booming “tech-city” of San Francisco, DGLogik provides innovative software solutions that connect, enable and visualize the Internet of Everything. Widely recognized as the “leading innovator” within the building automation industry, DGLogik’s DGLux – a device-to-enterprise application, provides a rich, visualization experience that empowers building owners, executives, facility managers and engineers to gain the most relevant insight into their buildings.

    In collaboration with Niagara AX, DGLux’s 2012 and 2013 award-winning, modern visualization technologies enable users to efficiently analyze, monitor, and control building intelligence and analytics systems.  It is the most mature and sophisticated platform that easily enables the unification of all your systems and multiple data providers into a singular interface with the most comprehensive functionalities, visualization tools, and workflows available.

    Create your portal for business executives, building managers, facility operators and engineers and tell the right story to the right audience.

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    Forest Rock Systems

    Forest Rock is a UK-based technology company that works in partnership with a broad range of industrial and commercial clients, to design and supply advanced technologies that optimise the operational performance and profitability of buildings and facilities. From solar PV farms and data centres, to mines and manufacturing plants, our software and systems enable our customers to monitor, control and automate their facilities.

    Our Software business is one of the leading developers of Niagara drivers and applications with vast experience of graphical visualisation, web development, and communications protocols. We constantly push the boundaries of the Niagara Framework, developing exciting new products and helping our clients minimise on engineering time.

    Our Systems Engineering business is involved in some of the UK’s largest and most complex industrial automation projects.

    Our Energy Management solutions are deployed globally across a diverse range of sites from Hospitals to Television Studios.

    Meet us at booth 119.

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    Intellastar/Infergence

    Intellastar 240 Gateway

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    J2 Innovations

    Fin 3.0

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    Magnum Energy Solutions

    Magnum Energy Solutions is a leading manufacturer of wireless, battery-less energy management technology for commercial and residential applications. Our innovative hardware and software solutions monitor and control lighting, HVAC and plug loads. Magnum recently launched the eBox, which is a EnOcean to BACnet gateway that automatically translates EnOcean wireless transmissions into BACnet IP objects. The eBox, being showcased at the Niagara Summit, can listen to an unlimited number of wireless devices. It is off the shelf ready, yet also has the ability to be customized if so desired. This cost effective product enhances the already robust and reliable offering of Magnum Energy Solutions. To learn more, please visit www.magnumenergysolutions.com

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    VYKON

    Powered by the Niagara Framework, VYKON® includes a variety of open, intelligent automation and
    control solutions that meet all the challenges of real-world integration and enterprise connectivity and
    ensure the interoperability among diverse facility systems. VYKON solutions synchronize, manage and
    control major building system functions vital in a facility, such as heating, ventilating, and air
    conditioning (HVAC) systems, energy, lighting, security, fire, safety unitary devices and more. VYKON
    solutions make facilities smarter-ones that use less energy, have lower operating costs, are safer,
    contribute to a better environment and deliver significant ROI.

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    Ywire Technologies

    • Want to be 40% low on bid-day?
    • Did you know that integrating HVAC and Lighting Controls together can improve a building’s energy efficiency by an additional 10%?
    • Are your customers scrambling to meet Title 24 and ASHRAE 90.1-2010?

    YWire Technologies produces the most cost effective networked lighting control retrofit solution on the market. Because our products use the existing electrical wires to communicate, our systems eliminate 100% of the re-wiring associated with lighting control.  Looking for one platform to control lights and plug loads?  We’ve got you covered. Also, because our products are native to the AX Platform, tying HVAC setback to lighting occupancy is literally a click away.

    Drop by our booth 219 to see our products in action, and meet our team!

    Can’t wait? Got questions or product inquiries? Just send us an email: sales@ywiretech.com

    306
    Silver

    Activelogix, LLC

    Activelogix provides enterprise Building Intelligence solutions, including design services, consulting and custom applications to enable the optimization of intelligent, energy-efficient, and secure facilities in a multi-vendor environment. Activelogix is also a value-added software developer for the Niagara AX Framework® with a focus on developing applications that improve energy efficiency, comfort, and awareness of company sustainability efforts. We are the developer of Periscope ™ Dashboard, a leading Building Intelligence application used in buildings around the world.

    222
    Silver

    Cochrane Supply & Engineering

    When it comes to Automated Building Controls, you can count on Cochrane Supply, your cutting-edge solutions provider.  Whether you are an OEM, a Building Owner or a Systems Integrator, we will work with you to create a customized solution for your system, including everything from Training to Technical Support.

    107
    Silver

    GridPoint

    GridPoint is an innovator in comprehensive, data-driven energy management solutions (EMS) that leverage the power of real-time data collection, big data analytics and cloud computing to maximize energy savings, operational efficiency, capital utilization and sustainability benefits. GridPoint’s integrated energy management portfolio of asset-level submetering and monitoring, intelligent control, energy management software and professional services can generate 10-30% energy savings and an 18-36 month payback.

    523
    Silver

    Honeywell

    WEBs Integration System

    118
    Silver

    Neptronic

    Founded in 1976, Neptronic is a private corporation that designs, manufactures and distributes controls, sensors, electronic actuators, actuated valves, humidifiers and electric heaters for the HVAC industry.

    Neptronic offers a wide range of intelligent and versatile Application Specific Controllers (ASC) with BACnet (BTL certified), Modbus and/or EnOcean communication. Specialized in providing innovative, configurable and interoperable products, and custom OEM solutions, Neptronic is your cutting-edge partner for the ever-evolving HVAC industry.

    407
    Silver

    Splunk

    Splunk Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK) provides the leading software platform for real-time Operational Intelligence. Splunk® software searches, monitors, analyzes and visualizes machine-generated big data coming from websites, applications, servers, networks, sensors and mobile devices. More than 6,400 organizations use Splunk software to deepen business and customer understanding, mitigate cybersecurity risk, prevent fraud, improve service performance and reduce costs. Splunk products include Splunk® Enterprise, Splunk Cloud™, Splunk Storm®, Hunk™: Splunk Analytics for Hadoop and premium Splunk Apps.

    319
    Silver

    Viconics Technologies Inc.

    Viconics Technologies Inc. headquartered in Montreal, Canada was founded 30 years ago in the field of industrial process controls. Viconics quickly became a leader in embedded micro controller-based technology and later identified a need in the HVAC market sector and developed factory programmed, field-configurable stand-alone PI wall mounted temperature controllers. Over the years Viconics has brought its expertise to the industry, by creating innovative products based upon direct market feedback.

    309
    Bronze

    Automation Components, Incorporated

    Automation Components, Inc. has been a manufacturer of performance sensors for the HVAC Industry since 1991.  Our company’s motto is “Engineering a Better Sensor Solution”. This concept is embraced throughout our entire organization. ACI’s core products provide application solutions for: Temperature, Relative Humidity, Pressure, Current, Gas, Interface Devices, and Wireless.

    518
    Bronze

    BASSG, LLC

    Through in-house developed easy-to-deploy, multi-system software tools, BASSG branded OEM products and multiple distributorships, BASSG can be a one-stop provider for everything BAS at unbeatable value, significantly lowering implementation and maintenance costs.

    307
    Bronze

    BidTracer-Specialty Software Group

    Bidtracer is the single solution software to provide temperature control contractors with a web based Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool, Bid Management, a robust Estimating Tool with live pricing, Quoting, Ordering, Reporting, Project Management and Document Management.  Bidtracer is your answer to increasing sales while becoming more efficient.

    423
    Bronze

    Blue Ridge Technologies

    Blue Ridge offers proven energy management solutions with a focus on Unified Lighting Control that completes the Building Automation System and leverages existing infrastructure. Our unique approach, delivered through local controls experts, features a wide open platform empowering customers to utilize preferred system components. Experience the difference others count on.

    123
    Bronze

    Connect-Air Wire & Cable

    Connect-Air International is a prominent supplier of low voltage wire & cable specializing in the BAS, HVAC, Security, Fire Alarm, Lighting, and Refrigeration industries.  As a niche player in OEM system cabling, CAI understands the requirements for various equipment lines and supplies OEMs, Distributors, and contractors, globally, from 7 stocking sales/warehouse facilities.

    418
    Bronze

    Conserve it Pty Ltd

    PlantPRO developed by Conserve it

    PlantPRO is the first complete chiller plant efficiency and optimisation solution. PlantPRO is designed to provide control of the Chiller Plant System in a way that delivers efficiencies beyond that of the individual components.

    PlantPRO uses feedback from its on board real time analytics, diagnostics, measurement and verification systems and uses intelligent Smart Sequencing, Lift Optimisation, VPF and other energy efficiency strategies to continually readjust the chiller plant for optimum performance, irrespective of which brand of chiller is installed and without the need for proprietary engineering tools.

    PlantPRO’s integrated wizard programming system configures both the hardware and software to match any chiller plant. The wizard system supports up to 10 chillers in a single system. PlantPRO delivers a comprehensive suite of engineering tools, graphical user interfaces, reports and charting tools as well as automated maintenance reports aimed specifically at the service market.

    Based on the globally accepted Niagara AX Framework from Tridium Inc., PlantPRO brings the world of smart software solutions to advanced mechanical plant. This combination creates a truly powerful plant management solution that acts as a powerful enabler for end clients and service companies alike.

    For more details please visit www.conserveit.com.au

     

    419
    Bronze

    Contemporary Controls

    Contemporary Controls is a BAS and Ethernet device manufacturer, software developer and OEM that provides economical Niagara and Sedona based products for our customers. www.ccontrols.com

    410
    Bronze

    Continental Control Systems

    WattNode® Power and Energy Meters, Current Transformers, Rogowski Coils

    Electric power metering and monitoring equipment. The company’s solutions are designed to provide key electrical system measurements including power (kW) and energy (kWh) through a variety of communication protocols including BACnet®, Modbus®, and LONWorks® and as pulse outputs. The WattNode® Revenue meter along with the Accu-CT® are ANSI C12.1 compliant, for installations equiring utility grade accuracies for submetering. Booth 410.

    108
    Bronze

    DENT Instruments

    DENT Instruments is an industry-leading manufacturer of power meters, submeters, and Current Transformers, including flexible Rogowski coils. For over 25 years, DENT has built a reputation for providing energy measurement tools of the highest quality whose robust design and value make them the products of choice by energy professionals worldwide.

    208
    Bronze

    E-Mon

    E-Mon, the industry leader in submeters for over 30 years, offers a complete portfolio of products and systems for all of your energy monitoring needs including E-Mon D-Mon electric submeters, E-Mon Energy automatic meter reading, billing and analysis software in addition to a variety of third party gas, water, electric, and BTU meters.

    Energy Systems Technologies
    206
    Bronze

    Energy Systems Technologies

    209
    Bronze

    Enerliance

    Enerliance is the company behind LOBOS, intelligent HVAC optimization that changes the way large commercial facilities consume energy and participate in demand response.  Built on the Niagara AX platform, LOBOS-EE provides real time optimization of the chiller plant, air handlers and comfort while LOBOS-DR delivers an OpenADR-2.0 compliant Auto-DR solution.

    213
    Bronze

    eSight Energy

    eSight Energy develops the leading global energy management software, eSight. Offering advanced analytics to target areas to reduce energy consumption, costs and carbon.

    412
    Bronze

    Functional Devices Inc.

    Functional Devices has been designing and manufacturing quality electronic devices in the USA since 1969. Our goal is to provide high quality products, along with world-class support from our sales and engineering experts. Current product offerings include relays, network compatible devices, current sensors, power control, enclosures, power supplies, and transformers.

    210
    Bronze

    Honeywell International Inc.

    Honeywell Pro-Watch® Integration Kit

    The Pro-Watch® Integration Kit, powered by the NiagaraAX Framework®, uses open architecture to integrate third-party products for increased productivity and enhanced monitoring of security, fire/life safety and energy management. The Pro-Watch Integration Kit helps integrators increase profitability and maintain a competitive edge by offering customized apps that meet end users’ unique needs.
    www.honeywellintegrated.com

    212
    Bronze

    INNCOM by Honeywell

    INNCOM by Honeywell is the leading provider of Integrated Room Automation Systems to Hotels. Solutions include thermostats to fully integrated energy management systems.  The new JACE driver will open opportunities in student housing, senior and assisted living and multi-tenant markets. INNCOM systems are installed in more than 1,000,000 rooms worldwide.

    211
    Bronze

    Lynxspring, Inc.

    Embracing open, interoperable platforms, Lynxspring designs, manufactures and distributes JENEsys®, JENEsysONE and LYNX CyberPRO brand automation and cyber security technology and edge-to-enterprise solutions for Building Automation, Energy Management, Cyber Security Protection, Equipment Control and other Specialty applications. Our technologies, solutions and services enable users to go further to operate facilities and equipment smarter, securely, more efficiently, and at peak performance levels.

    314
    Bronze

    Maintenance Assistant

    MA Monitoring:  Extends equipment & control monitoring systems by providing real time work order and notification creation from meters, triggers and alerts.

    MeasurLogic, Inc.
    425
    Bronze

    MeasurLogic, Inc.

    308
    Bronze

    ONICON Incorporated

    ONICON Incorporated manufactures highly accurate flow meters and Btu meters for chilled water, hot water, condenser water, and steam and natural gas systems. They are ideally suited for campus and central energy plant applications, as well as mixed use facilities. Retrofit kits are available for installation without shutdown. Btu meters are compatible with BACnet, LONWORKS, MODBUS, JCI-N2 Metasys and Siemens-P1 Apogee networks.

    312
    Bronze

    Ontrol A.S.

    Ontrol designs and manufactures programmable controllers, sensors, valves, actuators to demanding specifications, based on 50 years of experience as systems integrators and installers.

    313
    Bronze

    QA Graphics

    Leading provider of custom HVAC graphic development, including building control graphics, 3D graphics/animations, graphic libraries, floorplans, the award-winning Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard®, as well as UI design, mobile apps, interactive applications and other multimedia. We have streamlined the use of our graphic solutions for the NiagaraAX framework.  Visit www.qagraphics.com.

    310
    Bronze

    SkyFoundry

    SkyFoundry’s software solutions help clients derive value from their investments in smart systems. The SkySpark analytics platform automatically analyzes data from automation systems, sensors, metering systems and other smart devices to identify issues, patterns, deviations, faults and opportunities for operational improvements and cost reduction. SkySpark is an open platform enabling an ecosystem of partners to build applications that help building owners and operators “find what matters” in the vast amount of data produced by today’s smart systems.

    323
    Bronze

    Tyrrell Products Ltd

    Tyrrell Products launches eBMS/Mobile Home Automation, eBMS/Mobile WebApps and our Android/VOIP based Video Door Entry, further stretching its lead in Mobile interaction and control for Niagara. Come visit our ‘living room’ at booth 323 for a live demo; see for yourself how our products can give you the edge in an increasingly competitive marketplace.

    506
    Bronze

    Veris Industries

    Veris Industries is a market focused, customer service oriented leading supplier of environmental sensors and energy management solutions for commercial HVAC, energy management, renewable energy, and industrial control applications.

    322
    Bronze

    WEMS International Ltd.

    WEMS International developed the world’s first fully wireless building control system which has been installed in thousands of buildings. Our unique narrowband wireless technology offers much better range than other solutions. We are launching a NiagaraAX driver and also showing our new range of modular I/O and a wireless serial network bridge for metering, monitoring and control applications.

    311
    Bronze

    WIN-911 Software

    WIN-911 Software the most widely used notification software for the automation industry will introduce our latest product WIN-911 Enterprise Edition. with strategic alarm notification. We will demonstrate the ability to create complex alarm escalation scenarios using our new WIN-911 Tactics and Strategies with advanced scheduling.

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