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Desigo Optic is built on Haystack 4, which offers a standardized tagging model that helps simplify the data, leading to more powerful results.

Desigo Optic, powered by FIN Framework, provides a highly-efficient building automation solution with enhanced integration across numerous third-party systems. With Project Haystack semantic data models and tagging features, Desigo Optic offers better workflows for integration, creation of graphics, trend analysis and overall building management. Built for small to medium-sized buildings, but scalable to grow with the building and property portfolio’s needs.

Richmond, VA –  October 18, 2021 – The Project Haystack Organization (https://www.project-haystack.org), a collaborative community addressing the challenge of utilizing semantic modeling and tagging to streamline the interchange of data among different systems, devices, equipment and software applications, today announced the next issue of the Project Haystack Connections Magazine is in development and is issuing a Call for Contributed Articles and Advertisers from the community providing Haystack-compatible products and solutions around the world.

Richmond, VA –  October 14, 2021 – The Project Haystack Organization (https://www.project-haystack.org), a collaborative community addressing the challenge of utilizing semantic modeling and tagging to streamline the interchange of data among different systems, devices, equipment and software applications, today announced they are among the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Building Technologies Office (BTO) projects selected from its Buildings Energy Efficiency Frontiers & Innovation Technologies (BENEFIT) funding opportunity announcement.

Project Haystack recently held its biennial conference, Haystack Connect. The conference is known for the quality of its technical program, which is driven by the Project Haystack community. This year’s event featured 30 presentations divided into three tracks.

The program was divided into three tracks. Track 1, Haystack in Practice, explored real world applications of Haystack tagging. Track 2 was the technical track. Track 3, “Pitchfest”, showcased new products and services utilizing Haystack technology.

Richmond, VA –  April 30, 2021 – The Project Haystack Organization (www.project-haystack.org), a collaborative community addressing the challenge of utilizing semantic modeling and tagging to streamline the interchange of data among different systems, devices, equipment and software applications, today announced the publication of the ninth issue of their Connections Magazine.

Tuesday, March 30, 2021 11:59 pm

Haystack Connect 2021 Agenda Takes Shape

As in past years, presentations will focus on real-world challenges in integrating diverse systems and data, and are delivered by individuals leading the effort to streamline data interchange through the use of Project Haystack technology.

Haystack Connect is known for the quality of its technical program, which is driven by the Project Haystack community. With the decision to hold the conference virtually, maintaining the same high-quality technical program has been a paramount consideration during all phases of planning for the event.

As in past years, presentations will focus on real-world challenges in integrating diverse systems and data, and are delivered by individuals leading the effort to streamline data interchange through the use of Project Haystack technology. Providing educational value is the primary goal of all presentations.

The program is divided into three tracks. Track 1, Haystack in Practice, explores real world applications of Haystack tagging. Track 2 is the technical track. This year, the technical track will include several sessions on Haystack 4. Track 3 is the ever popular “Pitchfest”—a fast-paced look at new products and services utilizing Haystack technology (think ‘Shark Tank’ for Haystack).

Tuesday, March 30, 2021 11:29 pm

Haystack Connect 2021 Agenda Takes Shape

As in past years, presentations will focus on real-world challenges in integrating diverse systems and data, and are delivered by individuals leading the effort to streamline data interchange through the use of Project Haystack technology.

Haystack Connect is known for the quality of its technical program, which is driven by the Project Haystack community. With the decision to hold the conference virtually, maintaining the same high-quality technical program has been a paramount consideration during all phases of planning for the event.

As in past years, presentations will focus on real-world challenges in integrating diverse systems and data, and are delivered by individuals leading the effort to streamline data interchange through the use of Project Haystack technology. Providing educational value is the primary goal of all presentations.

The program is divided into three tracks. Track 1, Haystack in Practice, explores real world applications of Haystack tagging. Track 2 is the technical track. This year, the technical track will include several sessions on Haystack 4. Track 3 is the ever popular “Pitchfest”—a fast-paced look at new products and services utilizing Haystack technology (think ‘Shark Tank’ for Haystack).

The video of this Memoori webinar is now available online.

Memoori Research presented the 3rd FREE Webinar in its 2021 Smart Building Series.

Held Thursday 1st April 1700 CET | 1100 EDT
A FREE Webinar with John Petze & Marc Petock from the Project Haystack Organization discussing 10 Years of Bringing Data Semantics to the Built Environment.

What We Discussed

  • How Community-driven Project Haystack has Evolved, Adding Richer, More Advanced Data Modelling.
  • How it Continues to Merge the Worlds of Data Scientists, Systems Integrators & Contractors into a Growing Global Ontology.

 

The video of this Memoori webinar is now available online.

Memoori Research presented the 3rd FREE Webinar in its 2021 Smart Building Series.

Held Thursday 1st April 1700 CET | 1100 EDT
A FREE Webinar with John Petze & Marc Petock from the Project Haystack Organization discussing 10 Years of Bringing Data Semantics to the Built Environment.

What We Discussed

  • How Community-driven Project Haystack has Evolved, Adding Richer, More Advanced Data Modelling.
  • How it Continues to Merge the Worlds of Data Scientists, Systems Integrators & Contractors into a Growing Global Ontology.

 

Memoori Research presents the 3rd FREE Webinar in its 2021 Smart Building Series.

On Thursday 1st April 1700 CET | 1100 EDT
Join us for a FREE Webinar with John Petze & Marc Petock from the Project Haystack Organization discussing 10 Years of Bringing Data Semantics to the Built Environment.

What We Will Be Discussing

  • How Community-driven Project Haystack has Evolved, Adding Richer, More Advanced Data Modelling.
  • How it Continues to Merge the Worlds of Data Scientists, Systems Integrators & Contractors into a Growing Global Ontology.

 

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