• Tridium Honors Niagara Champions at Summit

    May 24, 2012
    Winners selected by their peers

    Tridium, Inc., a leading provider of open platforms, application software frameworks, automation infrastructure technology, energy management and device-to-enterprise integration solutions, announced the recipients of the 2012 Niagara Community Spirit Awards at the recent Niagara Summit held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Selected by a group of their peers, the award winners are individuals embracing Niagara and are active within the Niagara Community. Individuals come from all parts of the global community, and include OEMs, integrators, contractors, consultants, end users, distributors, developers, and more.

    The first Niagara Community award winners include:

    • John Leslie, MGM International Resorts
    • James Johnson, VYKON; Paul Quinn, Duke Realty
    • Dan Drury, HVAC Concepts
    • Noel Courtney, Airmaster
    • Terry Swope, Lynxspring
    • Dr. Gert-Ulrich Vack, Sysmik
    • Rodrigo Garcia, R&R Controls
    • Paul Oswald, ESI

    In presenting the awards, Marc Petock, vice president, global marketing & communications for Tridium, congratulated the winners and thanked them for their outstanding contribution to the Niagara community.

    "A community is important and cannot be created by one individual. It takes many to develop, nurture and grow a thriving community. Nowhere is this more evident than within the Niagara Community. We are delighted to recognize this group of individuals who constantly get involved and stay involved".

    Niagara is the leading software solution for developing applications that connect smart devices to each other and to the enterprise. Today, there are over 300,000 instances of Niagara operating worldwide in applications that include: energy management, building automation, M2M, telecommunications, security, lighting control, medical, remote monitoring, convergence retailing, residential and total facilities management. The mission of the Niagara Summit is to provide an open forum for the exchange of Niagara-based ideas, methods, techniques, and developments and those interested in interoperability, integration and connecting diverse systems and smart devices.