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Tridium and Niagara Community Experts Explore What It Takes to Specify an Open, Interoperable BAS in Free Webinars

Tune in live to the next TridiumTalk Specifier Series webcast this Wednesday, or catch any of our broadcasts on the replay.

Don’t miss the fourth broadcast in Tridium’s Specifier Series of Webinars coming up this Wednesday: Writing Analytics Specifications for Smart Buildings.
In this session, Stephen Holicky, Director of Product Management at Tridium, and J. Christopher Larry, Director of Energy Engineering at EXP US Services, Inc, will provide an in-depth review of some best practices and guidelines when creating analytic specifications for smart buildings. Our hosts will cover the ins-and-outs of writing analytics specifications that truly meet the needs of building owners. They will be delving into several smart buildings examples that have leveraged the power of analytics. Register here for this event.

The fifth session in the Specifier Series is November 16th when the topic will be Specifying an OT Network.

In this session, Greg Fitzpatrick, Business Development Leader- IoT and Integration, Cochrane Supply and Engineering will provide an overview of the hardware and software needed to design a secure OT Network for a smart building project. Consulting engineers will come away with a better understanding of networks, gateways, open systems and other new technologies that are necessary to design and specify an overall system topology that meets the building owner’s needs. Register here for this event.

While there are only two live webcasts to come in this series in 2022, the previous sessions were recorded and are available to view at your convenience:

  • Niagara 101 For Specifiers led by Michael Stabile, Business Development Manager, Tridium. This session is an introduction to Tridium and the Niagara Framework, covering how Niagara can help specifiers achieve the goals of almost any building automation/smart building project. An overview of various options for Niagara integration and their pros and cons are presented. View the recording here.
  • Crafting Powerful Niagara Specifications led by Ed Merwin, Director of Strategic Business, Tridium. This session covers writing a modern and effective specification beyond the basic boilerplate Div 25 outline. It features a discussion of how to incorporate elements such as cyber security, histories, alarms and escalations and more into your building control system design. The new Honeywell headquarters in Charlotte, NC, is explored as an example. You will gain an understanding of how the “Niagara Smart Building Integration Matrix” helped align the various parties (Divisions 23, 25, 26, 28, DDC and Network contractors) with the owner and its IT department. View the recording here.
  • Writing Cybersecure Specifications for Buildings: What You Need to Know! is co-hosted by Kevin Smith, Director of Cybersecurity, Honeywell, and Fred Gordy, Director, Operational Technology Risk Assessment, Michael Baker International. This session delves into security considerations for modern building design specifications, RFPs and contracts. It provides an overview of the state of cybersecurity in today’s buildings and insight into security capabilities and features in Niagara products that will need to be managed and configured. Kevin and Fred give important guidance on best practices when writing specifications for buildings. View the recording here.

The TridiumTalk – Specifier Series has been developed to provide relevant information to our specifier community – engineers, designers, consultants and other professionals involved in developing specifications for building controls systems. All are welcome to join these sessions, with the understanding that the content is tailored for the North America specifier community.