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“The Niagara Framework, Not Just for HVAC Anymore” August 2007 Scott Muench – Director Corporate Sales Bryant Butler – M2M Sales Development © 2007 Tridium,

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1 “The Niagara Framework, Not Just for HVAC Anymore” August 2007 Scott Muench – Director Corporate Sales Bryant Butler – M2M Sales Development © 2007 Tridium, Inc,

2 Welcome! The goal of TridiumTalk is to share with the Niagara community timely content on sales, products and technical topics. Each session will last between minutes and will be a mix of presentation, demonstrations and Q&A. This session and past sessions will be posted on our community web site at (more details to come) The 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

3 Agenda Introduction Case Study Systems and Strategies Live Demonstration More Information Question and Answer Session

4 Introduction For now over a decade Tridium’s Niagara Framework has been connecting HVAC systems together independent of manufacturer or device protocol. As both an integration and development platform, NiagaraAX can create boundless opportunities. Today’s facilities, whether an office building, a retail store, a manufacturing facility, hospital, university or hotel, have more than just HVAC systems; they contain a diverse range of devices and equipment requiring integration and connectivity to the “building information network”. As an enabling technology, the Niagara Framework is ideally suited for getting any device or equipment integrated and connected to this network. In this session we will look at a case study that takes integration beyond HVAC to some unusual but equally important smart devices. We will talk about the value of connectivity and information from a new and innovative perspective.

5 Case Study Corporate Customer with 100s of Sites –Each location is a complex site HVAC, Lighting, Utilities, Wastewater, Refrigeration, Irrigation, Ovens, Fire & Security, Compliance Requirements, Quality Requirements CFO Initiated a study to reduce cost of operations –Energy Costs –Services Costs –Labor Optimization –Reduce Risk –Increased Safety –Maintain/Increase Quality Identified Systems and Processes that could be optimized –Manual processes automated –Automated processes optimized –Information to be collected and analyzed and acted upon

6 Systems and Strategies Systems Identified –Water –Electric –Wastewater –Fuel Storage and Dispensing –Refrigeration –HVAC –Air Quality –Lighting –Irrigation –Fire Alarm –Door Monitoring –Ovens Strategies Identified –Monitor water quality and consumption Product quality and irrigation –Capture & Reduce Energy Usage Lighting, HVAC –Reduce Wastewater Services by optimizing service intervals –Monitor refrigeration for FDA compliance –Reduce costs of reconfiguring ovens –Monitor fuel for compliance and usage –Maintain quality and a safe environment –Accessible by service partners Via Web, of alarms –Web based & IT Friendly Low Bandwidth No interruption of financial transactions

7 What Type of Business Requires This Much Integration? Steel Plant? Pharmaceutical? Food Processor? Convenience Store –AKA “ Convergence Retailer” –Much more than Gas and Cigarettes Groceries, Hot foods to order, Ice cream and milkshakes, specialty coffee bar, dry cleaning, video rental, …….

8 Live Demonstration

9 Home Page

10 Floor Plan & Wireless Sensors

11 Lighting

12 Fuel

13 Electrical

14 Compliance and Risk Reduction

15 Optimizing Service Intervals

16 Reduced Cost of Recipe Management

17 Water Quality and Pressure

18 Reduced Service Cost and Water Usage

19 Question and Answer Session Select the Q&A icon in the Netspoke menu bar to type your questions Feel free to speak up for further discussion Please introduce yourself, company name, and where you are calling from.

20 More Information > Markets > C-store

21 Thank you! We would like your feedback on today’s TridiumTalk Please take a moment to answer our short survey If you have any further questions, comments or topic suggestions, please them to Ed MerwinScott MuenchBryant Butler


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