Tridium, Inc., an independent business entity of Honeywell International Inc., recently announced its latest milestone via a press release quoting that its software platform, the Niagara Framework, has exceeded 300,000 deployment instances.
As a provider of open platforms, application software frameworks, automation infrastructure technology, energy management, and device-to-enterprise integration solutions, Tridium has been offering the Niagara Framework to resolve the challenges associated with open systems, integration and interoperability by integrating diverse systems and devices – regardless of manufacturer, or communication protocol – into a unified platform that is easily managed and controlled over the Internet.
According to Tridium, Niagara has experienced significant global growth, with an increase of over 150,000 deployments since 2010. Because, it has fundamentally changed the way devices and systems connect, integrate and interoperate with each other and the enterprise.
Currently, Niagara is deployed in 52 countries and is utilized in a variety of applications including Commercial Buildings, Security, Industrial, Energy, Telecom and M2M.
“Reaching this milestone reaffirms Niagara's position as the leading universal software platform for increasing the functionality and value of smart devices, and systems,” said Marc Petock, Tridium's vice president, global marketing and communications, Tridium, in a statement. “We'd like to thank the Niagara Community of manufacturers, system integrators, developers, consultants and end-users for being important partners in helping us achieve this historic milestone.”
As one of the company’s configurable software frameworks that extend connectivity, integration and interoperability to the millions of devices deployed in the market today, the Niagara Framework empowers manufacturers to develop intelligent equipment systems and smart devices that enable collaboration and communication between the enterprise and edge assets.
Precisely, the Niagara Framework integrates 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 the Internet using a standard web browser.
According to Tridium, Niagara is helping in creating better buildings – ones that are smarter, use less energy, are more efficient, have lower operating costs, are safer and contribute to a sustainable environment – by integrating today's diverse building systems such as environmental controls, security, lighting, energy, video, fire and life safety,
In recent news, Tridium had expanded its business unit that focuses on Operational Intelligence solutions for Communications Service Providers.
Edited by Jennifer Russell