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Niagara Video integrates environmental control, intrusion detection, access control, lighting and energy management with video. It can be used with other security and video products or as stand alone system providing video window that identifies incident and notifies proper personnel who can manage response from anywhere. It also works with local and remote buildings, and can be combined with other NiagaraAX building applications to deliver facility-wide management system.

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Tridium Expands the Niagara Framework with New Video Integration Application

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA-January 12, 2009 Tridium, Inc. today announced a significant expansion to its NiagaraAX Framework® building integration platform with the addition of Niagara Video. Niagara Video is the next step in providing a comprehensive intelligent building solution that integrates all the common building functions-environmental control, intrusion detection, access control, lighting and energy management with video.

Niagara Video provides seamless integration between today's building applications and digital video recorders, IP cameras, network video recorders, and video management solutions. Built on the Niagara Framework, Niagara Video can integrate with other security and video products to provide a complete building automation, card access and video monitoring system or it can be used as a stand alone system providing a video window that identifies an incident and notifies the proper personnel who can manage the response from anywhere. Niagara Video works with local and remote buildings equally as well.

Niagara Video can be combined with other NiagaraAX building applications to deliver a unified, intelligent facility-wide management system that is easy to use, easy to understand and easy to commission.

"With complete interoperability between video, access control, lighting, HVAC, energy management, and building automation systems, Niagara Video delivers true video integration built on a proven open framework infrastructure," said Marc Petock, vice president, marketing and communications for Tridium. "The Niagara Video platform offers significant cost-to-deploy and time-to-deploy benefits. The flexibility and scalability of the Niagara Video solution also provides users with visibility into an entire facility and all systems via a single browser-based user interface."

Niagara Video will be available for general release beginning February 15, 2009.

About Tridium, Inc.
Tridium is the global leader in open platforms, application software frameworks, automation infrastructure technology and device-to-enterprise integration solutions. Our technologies extend connectivity, integration and interoperability to the millions of devices deployed in the market today and empowers manufacturers to develop intelligent equipment systems and smart devices that enable collaboration and communication between the enterprise and edge assets.

The Niagara Framework® is a software platform that integrates diverse systems and devices regardless of manufacturer, or communication protocol into a unified platform that can be easily managed and controlled in real time over the Internet using a standard web browser.

The Sedona Framework(TM) is the industry's first, open source development framework that provides a complete software platform for developing, deploying, integrating, and managing pervasive device applications at the lowest level. It brings the power of programmable control and the Internet down to extremely inexpensive devices. The Sedona Framework distributes decision making control and manageability to any device and brings intelligence and connectivity to the network edge and back.

The company is an independent business entity of Honeywell International Inc.

Additional information about Tridium is available at

For further information contact:
Marc Petock,
Vice President, Global Marketing & Communications
Tridium, Inc.
Tel: +1 (804) 747-4771
Fax: + 1 (804) 747-5204

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