Easy IO: DDC Technology Available At Stromquist & Company

Stromquist & Company is thrilled to offer the Easy IO open DDC solutions to our customers in Georgia and Florida.

For those of you who are not familiar with the Sedona framework, Sedona is the next level of “open” in the building automation controls world and offers a whole new way to engineer building automation controls systems.Sedona is an open source development framework that allows you to integrate, control,develop and manage pervasive devices at the lowest level. To get a feel for the power of Sedona and Easy IO, check out this video with excerpts from an EASY IO presentation that Mike Marston from Easy IO did at Stromquist & Company two weeks ago. I will be posting a more detailed Easy IO presentation soon. We are bringing Mike back to Atlanta on November 17 and to Orlando on November 18 for training on the Easy IO product offering. To attend the free Easy IO  class please contact Edna at 404.794.3440 to reserve your spot.  To view the class live and remotely please sign up at controltrends and we will send you log in information.

To see Mike’s Sedona Easy IO training session that he did at Stromquist & Company in Atlanta on November 17, 2010 click here.

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