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Tridium, a global software and technology company, is the developer of the Niagara Framework®, a software platform that enables the integration of disparate 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. Tridium’s products and solutions are used in a variety of applications including: Building Automation Energy Management Security Management Industrial Automation Convergence Retailing Lighting Control Maintenance Repair Operations (MRO) Service Bureaus M2M (Machine-to-Machine) Total Facilities Management

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5G network – the key to the Industrial Internet of Things

Article | May 13, 2020

The Industrial Internet of Things changes our view on the classic concept of production today. The largest manufacturing companies are eager to reach for technological solutions that streamline and increase the efficiency of production processes. With the development of subsequent technologies, interest in the concept of industry 4.0 increases, and thus, the number of connected devices. To meet the demand for infrastructure with adequate capacity and speed it was necessary to evolve towards the next generation of networks – 5G.

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Driving Rapid and Continuous Value for IoT Through an Ecosystem Approach

Article | May 19, 2021

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, manufacturing is roaring back to life, and with it comes a renewed focus on Digital Transformation initiatives. The industry stands on the doorstep of its much-anticipated renaissance, and it’s clear that manufacturing leaders need to not only embrace but accelerate innovation while managing critical processes like increasing capacity while maintaining product quality. Effective collaboration will be key to doing both well, but it’s even more critical as workforces have gone and are still largely remote. As the virus swept the globe, it became apparent quickly that there would be winners and losers. Many manufacturers were caught off-guard, so to speak. Before manufacturing’s aforementioned reckoning, the industry had already been notorious for its slow adoption of the digital, data-centric mindset that has transformed other industries.

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The IoT Smarthome Battlefield: A Jointly Endorsed IoT Standard for the Home Area Network

Article | February 12, 2020

Google announced that together with Amazon and Apple (the big 3 smart home players) they will work on the adoption of a joint wireless IoT standard for the smart home. This new connectivity standard is designed to make it easier for smart home products to work with each other.In the statement, Google said they were “joining Amazon, Apple and others to create Connected Home over IP, a new independent working group managed by the Zigbee Alliance (separate from the existing Zigbee 3.0/Pro protocol). We’re contributing two of our market-tested and open-source smart home technologies, Weave and Thread. Both are built on IP and have been integrated into millions of homes around the world.”

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For your industrial IoT deployment: A four-step guide to selecting a wireless technology

Article | February 24, 2020

Most everyone agrees that wireless technology is a key pillar of the Internet of Things. Exactly which wireless technology is a different story. Opinions may vary from enterprises, to service providers or vendors, but one size does not fit all. The best wireless technology is the one that addresses the requirements for your industrial IoT use case. How could an OT manager make sure he or she will select the most appropriate technology for his/her use case(s)? To help with the decision process, here’s a step-by-step guide defining selection criteria for wireless technology.

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Tridium

Tridium, a global software and technology company, is the developer of the Niagara Framework®, a software platform that enables the integration of disparate 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. Tridium’s products and solutions are used in a variety of applications including: Building Automation Energy Management Security Management Industrial Automation Convergence Retailing Lighting Control Maintenance Repair Operations (MRO) Service Bureaus M2M (Machine-to-Machine) Total Facilities Management

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