In the News: The Sedona Alliance

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Learn More About the Sedona Alliance

Downers Grove, Illinois (January, 2017) – The Sedona Alliance, which represents the interests of developers and users of an open control language technology called Sedona Framework, has launched a website at www.sedona-alliance.org.

Developed by Tridium Inc., Sedona Framework is a software environment designed to make it easy to build smart, networked, embedded devices which are well suited for implementing control applications. The Sedona language is a component-oriented programming language similar to Java or C#. By utilizing this language, developers can create custom components which can then be used by system integrators to create applications that run on a Sedona device.

Primarily developed for the building automation industry, Sedona Framework is not restricted to this one industry. A Sedona community consisting of developers of Sedona control devices, and integrators who implement control strategies using Sedona devices, is the most knowledgeable in determining the future of Sedona technology through an organization such as the Sedona Alliance.

Sedona Alliance’s purpose is to educate the public on the use of Sedona Framework; to encourage the continual development of the open-source Sedona Framework technology under AFL 3.0; to develop best practices on the deployment of custom Sedona components and kits; to foster the sharing of hardware independent components; and to engage in activities that will improve the business environment for Sedona control devices thereby benefiting both developers and integrators.

Learn more at www.sedona-alliance.org.

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