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01 Mar
Automation, Control & IoT Community Show Their Support for Haystack Connect 2021

Automation, Control & IoT Community Show Their Support for Haystack Connect 2021

The Project Haystack Organization is excited to announce sponsors to date for the 2021 Haystack Connect virtual conference May 4-6. These organizations lead the efforts to streamline data interchange through the use of Project Haystack open-source technology. Their support emphasizes the importance of this event to the Project Haystack community, as well as to the broader community of automation, control and IoT professionals. Their support also enables the event to offer FREE Registration to all attendees.

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08 Feb
The 9th Collective Community Collaboratory

The 9th Collective Community Collaboratory

Watch as Ken SinclairMarc PetockTroy DavisJohn Petze, and George Thomas discuss the issues and opportunities in Smart Building Controls.

Because we were all Covid-ized we could not come together for our 9th Annual Connection Community Collaboratory AHRExpo.com

Here is a link to last year's video prepared by ControlTrends below, The 8th Annual Connection Community Collaboratory offers useful insights into the future of HVAC and Smart Building Controls: https://lnkd.in/gnf72tC.

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08 Feb
Call for Contributions to Project Haystack 10th Anniversary Connections Magazine Spring 2021

Call for Contributions to Project Haystack 10th Anniversary Connections Magazine Spring 2021

In celebration, Project Haystack recently announced the dates for Haystack Connect 2021 in May, and today is excited to announce that the 10th Anniversary Connections Magazine is in development and is issuing a Call for Contributed Articles from the community providing Haystack-compatible products and solutions around the world. It is scheduled to be published in April 2021. Connections Magazine, published bi-annually, documents how the Project Haystack community is applying or implementing the Haystack Tagging methodology in the building and facilities management industry. Facility owners, operators, managers and service companies recognize that a standardized approach to semantic data modeling is key to overcoming the hurdles related to effectively using the data produced by the built environment.

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02 Feb
Project Haystack Announces Haystack Connect 2021

Project Haystack Announces Haystack Connect 2021

Project Haystack is excited to announce the fifth biennial Haystack Connect Conference will take place virtually May 4 – 6, 2021 as we celebrate our 10th Anniversary.

Haystack Connect provides a unique, open-forum for professionals involved in automation, control, intelligent buildings and the IoT to learn and share the latest technologies and techniques for connecting systems and utilizing device data in applications including intelligent buildings, energy management, remote monitoring, and other IoT devices and applications.

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29 Jan
CxEnergy Virtual 2021

CxEnergy Virtual 2021

Project Haystack is proud to be a Supporting Organization of CxEnergy 2021!

CxEnergy, the premier industry event in commissioning, energy management and building diagnostics is going Virtual due to the continued COVID-19 pandemic. This April (every Tuesday and Thursday), CxEnergy Virtual  is poised to deliver another stellar event with a mix of 16 AIA-approved live and pre-recorded technical presentations, covering case studies in commissioning and energy management in buildings and facilities, energy data analytics, critical updates to codes & standards, and more. FREE to ACG, AABC, and EMA members; $199 for non-members (Members of Project Haystack receive a 10% discount with promo code HAYSTACK10).

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14 Dec
Project Haystack Connections Magazine Fall 2020 Is Now Available!

Project Haystack Connections Magazine Fall 2020 Is Now Available!

The Project Haystack organizations is pleased to announce the publication of the eighth issue of the Project Haystack Connections Magazine! It is a true testament to the mission that the Haystack Community is committed to and highlights many of the accomplishments that have been made over the past six months. We feel it is especially relevant during these challenging times as we redefine how we work and manage the built environment.

The theme of our Fall 2020 issue is 'Making It All Work Together'. It holds another collection of articles contributed by Project Haystack members and supporters that include CM Industrial, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Intelligent Buildings Group, BAS Services & Graphics, BrainBox AI, BuildingFit, Conserve It and J2 Innovations.

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