“Tridium’s Niagara Framework is a truly open environment that harnesses the power of the Internet of Things in ways never before imagined or possible”
Airmaster is Australia's first authorised Tridium Systems Integrator and Developer. Tridium is the most commonly used vendor-independent BMS in the world, and enables entire buildings to constantly improve operation, efficiency and innovation by consolidating multiple systems into a single platform.
Tridium’s Niagara Framework has fundamentally changed the way devices and systems connect to people — and the ways people can control and optimise those machines.
With nearly half a million instances worldwide, Niagara is quickly becoming the operating system of the Internet of Things. Niagara enables you to connect and control devices, while normalising, visualising and analysing data from nearly anywhere or anything.
From buildings and data centres to manufacturing systems and smart cities, the Niagara Framework improves strategic decision-making, allowing for optimised performance and cost reductions that can help businesses be more competitive and more profitable.
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.
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.