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Niagara Framework Easily Connects Intelligent Systems
Niagara Framework® is a comprehensive software infrastructure that addresses the challenges of creating device-to-enterprise applications. It serves as a central console for connecting real-time operational data to the people and systems that manage workflows in smart buildings, data centers, industrial processes, smart cities and other aspects of business enterprises.
Niagara provides the critical, cyber-secure device connectivity and data normalization capabilities needed to acquire and unlock operational data from device-level and equipment-level silos. The control engine at the core of Niagara enables users to not just monitor data flows, but to create logic sequences that effect controls programming based on data observation. Systems integrators use the data management and user presentation applications built into Niagara to manage histories, schedules and alarms. They can create custom user interfaces for end users with the tools built into Niagara, or purchase graphical UI templates and components from the many Niagara partners that specialize in graphics and dashboarding.
Today, there are over one million instances of Niagara at work in hundreds of thousands of projects worldwide covering a wide range of applications. You can deploy Niagara to integrate the many different controls and environmental-monitoring sub-systems necessary to support operations in an almost limitless set of scenarios.
Two decades of steady, customer-driven improvements and a vibrant Niagara Community of integration and software development partners make Niagara the most complete platform on the market. With each release, Tridium developers have added features and functionality to support customers along the following key vectors.