Software maker Tridium will show its newest automation and integration products at this month’s AHR Expo.
software maker Tridium announced Monday that it would show its newest
automation and integration products at this month’s AHR Expo in Chicago.
company will demonstrate its new Niagara AX and Sedona Framework application
products, and its new Java
Application Control Engines-202 XPR, a wireless and wired-embedded controller
and server platform for remote monitoring and control.
Marc Petock, Tridium’s vice
president global marketing and communications, said the products represent the
company’s commitment to high-quality products.
“Tridium is committed to
delivering a broad portfolio of solutions and options that enable OEMs
(original equipment manufacturers) to cost-effectively deliver current and
future products with outstanding performance, ease of management, and
investment protection,” Petock said. “Our comprehensive, framework-based approach
to automation infrastructure technology helps OEMs realize the promise of
providing high-quality connectivity and interoperability to any user on any
device located anywhere.”
The AHR Expo is Jan. 26-28 at Chicago's McCormick Place convention complex.
Software company to show at AHR Expo
January 7, 2009