BTL Mark: Resolve interoperability issues & increase buyer confidence
Project Haystack Connections,
This issue also
includes a special focus on Haystack Connect 2017.
John Petze and Marc Petock
Project-Haystack.org is excited to announce the publication of the second issue of Haystack Connections magazine. Haystack Connections reports the news from the Haystack community around the world and provides updates on the development of tagging models, reference implementations, complimentary applications, and success stories from the community as we work together to make device data easier to use across applications of all types.
This issue demonstrates the growth of
the community with articles from members around the world, and the
open, vendor-independent nature of the effort as contributions come
from community members working with all different brands of equipment
systems and applications. This issue also broadens the conversation
with articles focusing on the benefits of Haystack tagging for end
users and building owners, addressing the question "Why End Users
Should Demand Project Haystack" in their intelligent building and
automation projects. We think that the stories demonstrate that
Project-Haystack has become the most widely accepted markup language
for device data to serve the buildings industry.
This issue also includes a special focus on Haystack Connect 2017, the
highly successful, biennial conference produced by
Project-Haystack.org which will be held May 8-10 2017 at Saddlebrook
Resort Tampa, FL.
You can find the January 2017 issue of Haystack Connections at this link: http://project-haystack.org/file/23/Haystack-Connections-Magazine-Issue-2-Jan-2017.pdf
As for the Haystack Connect conference, please note that the Call for Speakers is open as are Sponsorships and Early Bird Registration at a discounted price. Find full details on Haystack Connect 2017 here: https://haystackconnect.org/
Finally, special thanks to everyone that contributed to the content of this issue of Haystack Connections and especially to Therese Sullivan, Editor.
John Petze is Executive Director of Project-Haystack.org, a 501C Corporation. Marc Petock is a Board Member and Secretary. http://project-haystack.org/
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