Contemporary Controls to distribute Tridium’s Niagara Framework

Contemporary Controls (CCL) in the UK and Germany has entered into a reseller agreement with Tridium Europe to distribute Tridium-branded JACE controllers and AX Supervisors for the systems integrator market in the EMEA region. Tridium’s technology and JACE embedded controllers combined with Contemporary Controls’ BACnet automation product provide systems integrators with a robust building-management solution.

Robert Owen, CCL technical accounts manager, says ‘Tridium’s client products ideally complement Contemporary Controls' BACnet and Sedona Framework controller products. As a stocking distributor of Tridium-branded JACEs and AX Supervisors, CCL can arrange for Niagara certified training — in addition to providing technical support in either the English or German language. Contemporary Controls has been working with Tridium for several years and welcomes the opportunity to distribute Tridium products in Europe, Africa and the Middle-East.’

Tridium’s NiagaraAX Framework software platform integrates diverse systems and devices, regardless of manufacturer or communication protocol, into a unified platform that can be managed and controlled in real time over the Internet using a web browser.

Paul French, EMEA sales manager, explains, ‘Linking our BACnet connectivity products with Tridium’s open-architecture application framework provides our customers with a seamless integrated and intelligent building solution. The collaboration between Contemporary Controls and Tridium will bring many benefits of both technologies to the EMEA marketplace,’

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