LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. (PRWEB)
January 03, 2018
Lynxspring, Inc. (http://www.lynxspring.com), a premier developer and provider of open, IP-control solutions for building automation, energy management, and device-to-enterprise integration, today announced they will be demonstrating new Intelligent Building Solutions for building automation and control, energy management, and real-time data access and analytics at the AHR Expo 2018 at McCormick Place in Chicago, January 22 – 24, 2018. These solutions will be demonstrated in Lynxspring’s Booth in the South Hall #4149 in the Building Automation and Control Showcase.
Lynxspring has developed a line-up of JENEsys® Edge™ IoT Controllers, based on the Niagara Framework®, that work with Niagara AX and Niagara 4. Lynxspring also offers IoT Controllers, Bridges, Data Pumps and Cellular Routers based on their Onyxx® hardware platform, which have been specifically designed to deliver edge-to-enterprise connectivity, interoperability, data access and analytics for today’s intelligent buildings, energy management, and for all types of machine-to-machine applications in IoT environments. The Onyxx® hardware platform is purpose-built with open software and embedded hardware, designed to provide maximum performance, powerful processing and control at minimum cost.
Lynxspring will be demonstrating several of their Intelligent Building and IoT Solutions, scheduled for launch in 2018. These include:
Onyxx® SkySpark® Edge Analytics. A stand-alone, SkySpark® Everywhere™ embedded device that puts SkySpark Analytics at the edge and allows users to analyze important data at the edge and gather real-time intelligence. It enables data from BACnet and Modbus to connect locally with SkyFoundry SkySpark Analytics, adding data and analytics value at the device level.
- Onyxx® XM 34IO-B (BACnet) Expansion Module. The Onyxx® 34IO-B designed by Lynxspring, works with their JENEsys® Edge® Controllers and JENEsys® PC8000 Controller, as well as with the Tridium JACE 8000 Controller.
“Commercial building owners are feeling the pressure now more than ever before, to invest in intelligent building technologies that provide better insight into their operations and equipment. This means that we need to provide them with better control at the edge and access to real-time data to improve productivity, comfort,…