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A Great Week Last Week at the AHR Expo in Atlanta: Demonstrating the Future of Connected Buildings With Tridium and WYND

The AHR Expo, a premiere event which brings together thousands of professionals in the HVACR industry, was a great success last week and further evidence that there is nothing quite like getting together in person to learn, connect, and engage.

The International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo), which started in 1931 as a heating and ventilation show, has grown into the largest event in the world exclusively focused on the HVACR industry, according to the organizers, contractors, engineers, architects, OEMs, distributors, utility operators, facility managers, and technology innovator like Tridium and WYND, two companies Veea has had the pleasure to work with for years.

Co-sponsored by ASHRAE and AHRI, the Expo is held concurrently with ASHRAE’s Winter Conference, and this year’s event was filled with amazing speakers, live demonstrations, networking events, and more.

Our team was co-located with Tridium, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Honeywell, and we shared the latest on our fully integrated Niagara 4 Framework along with other applications supported on VeeaHub® platform, including IoT, camera solutions with computer vision and AI applications, extending Niagara platform’s capabilities to support all wireless and wired sensors, PLCs and other controls.

Niagara Framework 4 is a universal software infrastructure that allows integrators to build custom, web-enabled applications for real-time access, automation, and control of smart devices for building management via local networks or over the Internet. The software can be downloaded from VeeaCloud and run in a secure Docker container. You can learn more about our years of development work with Tridium here.

Our team was also co-located with WYND Technologies, where we unveiled our recently announced AI powered air quality management solution from WYND, connected through our VeeaHub platform. Together, our companies have deployed an AI-powered edge solution combining VeeaHubs, mesh networking, and distributed multi-location monitoring and control applications with WYND Halo IAQ Monitor and WYND Max medical grade air purifiers.

We tapped WYND based on the quality and performance of their equipment and embedded, AI-enriched software and connected multiple air monitoring and purification devices using VeeaHubs and vMesh™ edge networking software, and Veea Control Center™ to provide a fully automated and always-on air quality monitoring and purification system.

The solution has been installed in several U.S. locations operated by Lincoln Property Company, a global, full-service real estate firm and Top 10 manager and developer of office, industrial, retail, and mixed-use properties.

We look forward to sharing more about these exciting projects over the coming weeks as we prepare for the largest mobile technology event of the year: Mobile World Congress in Barcelona which starts February 27 and runs through March 3.

You can schedule a meeting with our leaders Allen Salmasi, Mark Tubinis, and Tom Williams by visiting this page.

We look forward to the 2024 AHR Expo in Chicago next year!

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