I work for Tridium, a company that designs and manufactures internet
enabled building automation controls and software. The real value of
our product is the open software framework, called Niagara, which
helps manufacturers develop Internet-enabled equipment systems and
device-to-enterprise applications. Niagara resolves the challenges
associated with open systems, integration, connectivity, and
interoperability by integrating diverse systems and devices -
regardless of manufacturer, or communication protocol - into a unified
platform that can be easily managed and controlled in real-time over
For those of you new to these technologies, I invite you to take a
look at www.Tridium.com to see more about what we do and the many
applications of Niagara. You might also want to take a look at
www.Niagara-Central.com which is our online community website for
Niagara developers and integrators. The community website includes
discussion forums, a knowledge base, blogs, and our plans for
We are an open framework, and an open company, devoted to building
effective tools for building automation.
I'll admit, some of the content from my post I copied from our company
website - hey I'm a developer not an English major. I did write the
rest of it though, and do agree with everything it says. My specific
role here at Tridium is working with our developer community website,
and it's my goal to help that community grow. Not only does Tridium
have some great products, but through our community website we are
providing great support for the software developers, hardware
manufacturers, integrators, and end users which use the Niagara
I must say though, the copy-past in my post was much more effective
than your attempt to retype my last name in your post. I guess that's
what I get for using my real name, right Zero?
Nothing personal against you, Lee. I'm not that mean.
I read your whole post and I interpreted 100% of it as spam.
When there is no real segue into HVAC, with only links to click.....
It reads JUST LIKE the endless "get a bigger dick" spam's.
I won't click on any of their links either.
So as I read your name Adcock...I thought, how ironic is that!
Not that I have to explain myself, but you responded back
showing you're not a bot.
As Paul stated, wrong forum, Mr. Adcock. ;-)
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