Anyone see it? This is the PR.
The 2005 International AHR show has wrapped up for another year. The show in Orlando proved very successful for Circon.
For years there have been discussion about Building Automation system interoperability. However, when push came to shove, no company was brave enough to actually do it in public. All that changed this year with Circon’s “Den of Interoperability”.
Circon accomplished the following on a common Lonworks network on display for all to see:[*]32 competing Lonworks based products from 22 different manufacturers.[*]2 different front-end packages - Circon Visual Integrator and Plexus.[*]Our marketing personnel constructed the actual demonstration.
The result? Everything worked, right out of the box. No 'mice behind the scenes'. Circon simply did what we said you can do with a real open system.
Circon Interoperability. Open and Simple.
Furthering the commitment to open systems Circon has unveiled a new Access Control solution. A 10,000 user APC-300 multi-door control module. In addition, a corresponding Access Integrator 3 interface solution. Versatility to run as a stand-alone application or complete integration into LNS based networks on larger facilities requiring multi-tenant services, elevator control and full anti-passback functionality.
Existing Circon customers were pleased to see the release of the new Access Control products. New and prospective customers gained valuable insight in Circon's diversity in many areas of automation, along with expert product development procedures.
Both products generated interest beyond our highest expectations. The Access control product line will be a great sucess and the Circon development staff is very proud of this new product line.
If we saw you at the show, thank you for stopping in and for continuing to support us. If we missed you this year, we hope to see you at the next show and look forward to it. If you have questions on our “Den of Interoperability” or on the new products unveiled in Orlando, Circon looks forward to hearing from you. Remember that there is a LonMark BOS tour stop coming soon to a city near you (www.buildingopensystems.com) and this is an excellent opportunity to bring in customers to learn more about LonWorks, LonMark, Open Systems and Circon. Please consider this an invitation and Circon hopes to see you there!