• Webinar: What happens when good energy data goes bad?

    Struggling to capture your utility bill data? Not sure how to put it in a usable format for benchmarking your buildings and driving increased efficiency? Unsure of how you can easily collect and use this data to your ...
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  • Facility Explorer Question

    Hi,        New to using Johnson products.  What is the FX Service, what functions depend on it in the Niagara workbench?   Thanks,
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  • Authentication & Authorization

    The Panoptix® API uses the OAuth v2 protocol for authentication and authorization. It is a standard used by many API providers, including the Google®, Facebook® and Netflix® platforms. Applications acc...
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  • Next Mission: Connect. Collaborate. Share.

    This is a first in a series of posts called "Next Mission" to feature many of the missions available in the community. Missions are intended to help you and other members learn more about using the community and a way...
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  • Working on a DX9100.  I'm looking for some examples out there of a good economizer control parameter.

    Brian Slota recently posted a this question as his status update: Hi Folks! Working on a DX9100.  I'm looking for some examples out there of a good economizer...   Hi Folks! Working on a DX9100.  I'...
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  • In considering and using Panoptix, what is your favorite feature or benefit?

    I have spoken to a number of customers regarding Panoptix. I have had mixed reviews, so I am curious what you have heard as the most favorite feature or benefit for those considering it? Or, as a user of Panoptix appl...
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  • Metasys API?

    Is there a Metasys API or would I be able to control Metasys functionality via Panoptix API?
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  • Meet the Community Team

    Hello from the Connected Community team! If you’ve been a member of the community for a while, you’ve probably come across our names in your activity stream. But, just in case not, we thought it was time t...
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  • Introducing Energy Performance Monitor’s project detail view

    Energy projects are complex, and often measured using a wide range of metrics such as ROI, energy saved, etc. Sometimes an energy project impacts just one building and sometimes the scope is broader, covering a group ...
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  • SEO: Is it a trick or a treat?

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    Internet search engines and content marketing have come a long way from their humble beginnings. In the early days, companies didn't have a good way of preventing spammers and scammers from finagling your search resul...
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  • Rio+20 – The Private-Sector Takes the Lead in Commitments and Partnerships

    On the 20th anniversary of the Rio Earth Summit, representatives of over 190 countries have assembled in Rio de Janiero to reach consensus on a global roadmap for sustainable development.  A big change over the p...
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  • Top Contributors - March 2014

    March... I had a love/hate relationship with it. It was by far way too wintery, but it ended up on a good note with the return of baseball. In addition, it was also our first full month of levels, missions and badges ...
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  • Blueprint for a Building Efficiency Platform – The New Technology Stack

    The landscape of building efficiency is changing. Facility and building managers have access to advanced systems and technology, making Information Technology (IT) team members a bigger part of the picture. Even the m...
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  • Beyond utility bills: Using building data to verify energy conservation ROI

    Today’s facility managers are often focused on energy efficiency initiatives to manage rising energy costs, reduce environmental impact and increase the value and attractiveness of buildings. While efficiency pr...
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  • Fault Detection and Diagnostics: Preventing problems through continuous monitoring

    Poorly maintained, degraded and improperly controlled equipment wastes an estimated 10 to 30 percent of the energy used in commercial buildings1. Most building managers already know they can prevent much of this waste...
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  • Building occupants are energy managers, too

    It often comes as a surprise that “plug loads” — the innumerable devices in commercial buildings that use energy, such as computers, copiers, fax machines, kitchen appliances and electric space heate...
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  • Analytics Yield Quicker, Deeper Insight

    The era of big data is gaining momentum, and we’re starting to understand how applications add value across different industries. In the commercial building sector, the most promising developments involve the in...
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  • Is technology making building efficiency easier?

    Regardless of building size, age, industry and location, challenges in the building management and efficiency industry have remained much the same for decades: Control costs, become more efficient and sustainable, and...
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  • The Many Sides of Big Data and What it Means for Building Efficiency

    Big Data. We're hearing the term everywhere. Millions of bits and pieces of information streaming everywhere, all the time. The term "Big Data" may be ubiquitous, but where is all this data coming from? As technologic...
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  • Measurement and Verification – Project Tax or Performance Tool?

    There continues to be significant differences of opinion within our industry about the value and best approach for measuring and verifying energy savings in energy efficiency retrofit projects.  These opinions ra...
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