2Welcome!The goal of TridiumTalk is to share with the Niagara community timely content on sales, products and technical topics. This session will be four 15 minutes partner presentations, followed by 30 minutes for Q&A.This session and past sessions will be posted on our community web site at and our corporate site atThe content presented here is representative of Tridium’s Niagara technology and products in general, please contact your channel partner for specific details and pricing.As a courtesy to others in the conference, please place your phone on mute until the Q&A portion of the program
4Tenant Billing, Sub metering, And After Hours Control Aaron Hansen TenantEyeTenant Billing, Sub metering,And After Hours ControlAaron Hansen
5TenantEye Features Browser based application Unlimited number of unique suitesExtensive metering capabilitiesFlexible invoicing optionsSmart phone interfaceWorks with any NiagaraAX BrandVykon, Johnson Controls, Honeywell, Staefa, etc.
6TenantEye Browser Based Stand-alone application Property Managers Limited integration with custom graphicsProperty ManagersChange tenantsUser managementMeter configurationInvoice creation and managementTenantsSchedule overridesView invoices
7TenantEyeUnlimited Number of Unique Suites (Tenants)
8TenantEye Extensive Metering Capabilities Boolean and Numeric SchedulableFixed and Scheduled Rates*Meters created and linked in Workbench
16General DescriptionThe ULMA integrates and accumulates the information from the meters and present it as a web page on the owners WAN network. The ULMA will communicate to all the meters in a building utilizing a pulse signal, Modbus RTU (RS485), Modbus TCP/IP, BACnet IP, BACnet MSTP and LON WORKS networks. The ULMA panel takes the meter data, stores it in a local database, transmits the data to the central application server and displays a local web page with real time energy usage. The central application server uses the ULMA data and allows the user to model their energy usage across multiple sites.
17Niagara JACE TRIDIUM JACE 2 with Enclosure and Power Supply Stand AloneWeb ServerLocal Data StorageAppliance / Energy DashboardEquipment IO Control & MonitorMonitor Pulse, Digital or AnalogControl Analog or DigitalSub Network SupportModbus RTU / IPBacnetLonTRIDIUM JACE 2 with Enclosure and Power SupplyNetworkableVES DriverXMLBacnet17
19ULMA Building Dashboard Summary Page:Normalized to BTU and Scaled for easyinformation.Individual Meter Pages for:ElectricDomestic WaterGasChilled WaterSteamAdministration Page:User input screen forbilling rates and cycles
22Server Functions Can be hosted by service company Some owners host on existing server farmsFunctionsVES Application ServerJACE Back Up and RecoveryLong Term Data StorageJACE Network Management / Single IP
23Vykon Energy Suite Overview of the 15 Reports Available on the Server Aggregation Analysis ReportAverage Daily Profile ReportSpectrum Summary ReportEnterprise Ranking ReportRelative Contribution Analysis ReportEquipment Operation ReportPoint Trending ReportException Report- Invoice Reconciliation- Cost Ranking- Cost Contribution- Budget Report- Rate Comparison- What-If-Analyser- Load Duration
24Most Energy Software & the Niagara Difference Networking Connectivity, Hardware & Software combine to enable a powerful solutionSolution providers often only have products in one or two of the circlesThis limits their capabilityEnergy Management must address:Connectivity (devices and enterprise)ControlData loggingAnalysis/reporting
26Gemini Integration Services, Inc. Presented by:Jim BoggsandMohamed Ezzeddine, Motion Control EngineeringGemini is a Tridium developer for R2 and AX. Building on the Niagara platform, we provide products and services that allow our clients to use technology in a creative manner streamlining their business to offer new services in the most efficient manner.
27Some of Our Customers Facility Robotics, Inc. Irrigation Controls Demand ResponseData Center Controls
30About MCEMotion Control Engineering is the largest manufacturer of non-proprietary elevator controls with an installed base of over 100,000 worldwide.MCE is part of the Kinetek family of companies – major players in several industrial applications.MCE introduced its high-end, Ethernet-based control system, iControl elevator controls in 2002, simultaneously launching a suite of graphical user interface applications to configure, control, and monitor these systems.This year, MCE is introducing BMS-Link, firmware that allows iControl and other MCE elevator systems to be integrated into Building Management Systems.
31MCE BMS-LinkBMS-Link was developed by GIS and MCE using the NiagaraAX Framework from Tridium.BMS-Link will allow appropriate elevator control through the Building Management System, allowing elevator activity to be adjusted just as are cooling, heating, and lighting systems in response to building needs and/or utility provider load shedding arrangements.BMS-Link will allow elevator monitoring through the Building Management System.MCE and GSI are gathering the information and documents necessary to apply to the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) to facilitate not only a standard, but if practical, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification and innovation points relating to elevator scheduling and Demand Response.
33Features Three levels of Demand Response control Building Management System occupancy detection and responseIn-car emergency phone use alarmReal-time car positionReal-time door positionCurrent floor per carNext destination per carCurrent travel directionActive floor calls with directionCurrent mode/service statusHall call up demandHall call down demandRemove car from serviceReturn car to service
34BenefitsStraight forward elevator/escalator interface for your Building Management SystemElevator status displayEscalator status displayElevator controlEnergy managementTrend data collection
42Motion Control Engineering Thank you!Motion Control EngineeringJim BoggsGemini Integration
43Sustainability Solutions November 2007 Harry Kohal – Director of Sales and MarketingEagle Technology, Inc.
44Make Your Relations a Value-Add Tridium and Eagle – go-to-market strategyWhat is facility maintenance software?Why should I get involved?What do I need to do?What kind of support will I get?Who do I contact to sign up?Question and Answer Session
45Market Drivers Sustainability, Green, Six-Sigma, ROI, LEAN, and LEED Proper and timely maintenance extends equipment lifeReduction in the amount of disruption through proper maintenanceLower building operations costRapid response to building alarmsRuntime preventive maintenance
46Get Involved with ProTeus V Complimentary product to Niagara-compliant BAS such as Vykon®, Talon®, Carrier One®, Envision®, Webs®, ComfortPoint®, and Facility Explorer®*Easy to Implement and Use, Reliable, FlexiblePreloaded with HVAC Preventive Maintenance Schedules*All BAS products are registered trademarks of Tridium, Siemens, Carrier, Alerton, Honeywell, and Johnson Controls, respectively.
50Benefits - Your Client – Your Business Benefits of Integration30% Reduction in operating costsPreventive maintenance based on runtimeImproved operations for service businessImmediate response to Alarms, Events, and TriggersAvailable in 12 languages and currenciesYour Eagle Representative will work with you to:Schedule a web demonstrationCompile a price quote
51Support Pre-Sale Post-Sale Literature Live Web Demos Free Evaluation Copies for you and your clientProposal SupportAvailability of On-Site Presentations for User ConferencesPost-SalePhone Installation SupportEagle provides all client training and supportFree Dealer Training at Eagle Technology, Mequon, WI
52Target Clients: 100,000-125,000 ft2 facility BAS – Intelligent BuildingClient Investment: $10,000 - $50,000Software, Training, and ServicesOne to Two Days of Alarm ConfigurationDealer Revenue
53Bottom Line - ROI Improve Client Relations Distinguish Your Company Sell Value and SustainabilityIncrease Your Bottom Line
54Introductory Opportunity New DealersAdditional 10% Commission on Software and Training on initial order (total of 40%)Sign up no later than December 21st, 2007To Qualify for bonus: First sale must close no later than June 30th, 2008Close your first deal before March 31st, 2008, and receive an extra 5% on softwareOngoing30% Commission on Software, 20% on Services
55Get Started Today Call or email for complete dealer application Upon completion, you will receive literature, a demo CD, and contact information for the Eagle Representative who will be working with youSchedule a ProTeus V web demo for your teamIdentify and sell your first opportunitiesDownload contact
56Thank you! HarryK@EagleCMMS.com 1-800-388-3268 (USA and Canada)
57Question and Answer Session Select the Q&A icon in the Netspoke menu bar to type your questionsFeel free to speak up for further discussionPlease introduce yourself, company name, and where you are calling from.
58Thank you! We would like your feedback on today’s TridiumTalk Please take a moment to answer our short surveyIf you have any further questions, comments or topic suggestions, please them toMarc PetockScott Muench