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What you can expect
Review the value of tagging equipment and systems data
Reintroduction of tagging related features in Niagara such as Haystack 3 Support, Smart Tag Dictionary and Tag Based PX Bindings
How to configure tag dictionaries and graphics to ensure reusability across your Niagara stations
How tagging in Niagara enables the use of analytics, hierarchies and SystemDB
Using tags to search components in a Niagara station
Other tips and pointers
Harness the power of tagging in your Niagara stations
Enables the analysis of large quantities of disparate data
Provides essential insight into your building systems and equipment operation
Eliminates the inherent issues associated with bespoke point naming schemas
Conformity with Division 25 and the prospective ASHRAE Standard 223P
Product Manager Stephen Holicky, Sales engineer Kevin Mamajek and Advanced Software Engineer Eric Anderson will review the various tagging related features introduced since Niagara 4 and provide an in-depth, technical dive on how to save time using tags in your Niagara stations. While reviewing several relevant examples, we’ll cover the best practices associated with redeploying tag dictionaries, using tags with analytics, the relationship between tagging and hierarchies, the power of SystemDb and more!
Through this demonstration, participants will be able to possess an understanding of the tagging features included in Niagara 4 along with the know-how to improve your overall tagging workflow that will quickly help you get the job done right.
Be sure to register today to attend the TridiumTalk on how can make tagging easier to deploy and comprehend across your Niagara stations.
A Q&A session follows.