The second round call for speakers for Haystack Connect has closed and we are excited to announce the presenters and topics. Haystack is known for the quality of its technical program and this year will raise the bar even further. Quite simply, this is the place where the industry leaders in the use of device and equipment data gather to network and share in an open and collegial environment. Here is a quick overview of program highlights:
Jim Fletcher, Strategy Partner, Momenta Partners
Well You Didn’t Know What You Didn’t Know: Bringing Organization to the Data Chaos, to Derive Insight and Generate Actions – the capabilities and disruptions that a data-driven future will create.
New for 2019 and sure to be exciting, Haystack Pitchfest will showcase new products and services using Haystack—think”Shark Tank” for data. 11 companies will pitch both commercial products and open-source initiatives in a rapid fire session.
Hear how Haystack is being deployed in real-world applications by practitioners from around the world. Topics include: Integrating with CMMS, applying Haystack in data centers, industrial facilities, smart cities and how Haystack enables the application of Artificial Intelligence. Plus, join us on the journey towards high performance data-driven buildings with sessions on fault detection and diagnostics, and optimized controls with speakers from industry and government research labs including NREL and LBNL.
There has been tremendous amount of work over the past two years to enhance and extend Haystack tagging. A core focus of the Technical Track will be a detailed review of Haystack 4—the result of almost two years of work by Working Group 551 which includes a suite of new features to take modeling your data to the next level. Get an update on the latest version ofnHaystack for Niagara systems, see how Current, powered by GE is applying Haystack 4 to lighting systems and participate in other working groups.
NEW TO HAYSTACK?
You don’t need to be a Haystack expert to attend and benefit from the conference—IN FACT Haystack Connect 2019 is the place to start your journey in learning how to apply semantics to device and equipment data. The program includes a special session on day 1 to get new users up to speed quickly.
All of this, plus the expo hall, networking, and the IBB will be back! There’s so much to learn, see and do at HaystackConnect and these are only a few of the highlights. Visitwww.haystackconnect.org/