Tridium’s Niagara Framework enables the integration of diverse building automation systems and devices
May 31, 2016
Current, powered by GE, has announced a new relationship with leading Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider, Tridium. Under this agreement, Tridium’s IoT software platform, the Niagara Framework, will be used with Predix, GE’s cloud environment, to capture and analyze the volume and variety of data generated by buildings.
This technology allows technicians to enhance their skills and abilities while, at the same time, granting customers an easier understanding of the work being done inside their homes or commercial spaces.
Few HVAC sales professionals canvass anymore. Canvassing is seeking business door-to-door. It’s personal marketing at its most fundamental level. If you want more sales for yourself or your business, maybe you should try canvassing. Here’s how to do it.
Mobile technology is trending when it comes to scheduling service calls. According to a CSG Intl. survey, nearly all respondents — 97.5 percent — want more control of the scheduling process and prefer alternatives to calling providers for an appointment.
Practically every major company in every industry has its own mobile application, and HVAC is no exception. In fact, many OEM manufacturers have been working to create apps to make everyday jobs easier for contractors.
Streamlines fleet maintenance for mutual customers
May 13, 2016
GPS Insight, a provider of GPS fleet tracking software, announced an integration partnership with Fleetio. Fleetio is a fleet maintenance software package for fleets of all sizes designed to simplify the management of maintenance operations.
Companies team to reduce operating costs for commercial building owners and managers
May 12, 2016
BuildingIQ, a leading energy management software company, has announced a strategic relationship with AMP Technologies, provider of a leading suite of products and services for commercial real estate asset management.
Helium Pulse brings smart sensing as a service to the enterprise
May 9, 2016
Helium, an Internet of Things (IoT) company, has announced the launch of its Helium Pulse™ monitoring and alerting application. Available for both web and mobile clients, Helium Pulse enables online monitoring and alerting of critical equipment such as refrigeration units.