SysMik– Premier Sponsor of the Niagara Summit Introducing Scalibur

SysMikSysMik is proud to be one of this year’s Niagara Summit Premier Sponsors! We are excited to present SCALIBUR: the world’s first truly modular controller operating Niagara 3.8 or Sedona on top of a powerful, scalable, industrial hardware. SCALIBUR is not just a controller – it’s a game changer.

SCALIBUR is the core of our comprehensive control solution suite Intesa “integrated server architecture”, which includes a series of advanced Sedona real-time compact controllers for field applications, as well as software solutions for system functions, embedded visualization, NiLS interface for DALI lighting control, and comprehensive room automation function libraries. Intesa provides state-of-the-art web based control systems, is easy to maintain and secure, and is fully integrated with the Niagara Framework.

SysMik will introduce the new Scalibur concept and show it in action at their premier booth in the Niagara Summit. The Summit will take place from April 27 to April 29 at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, Las Vegas.

About SysMik: SysMik is a leading provider of advanced control devices and solutions based upon innovative technologies and open communication, Made in Germany.

Founded in 1990, SysMik has more than 20 years of expertise in open, programmable control systems based upon Niagara Framework, Sedona, LonMark, BACnet and Web technologies. SysMik’s unique solutions are targeted to provide openness, efficiency, sophistication and optimal user comfort.

Today SysMik is the leading German provider of products and services of Tridium’s NiagaraAX and Sedona Frameworks. The company joins efforts with Tridium to further expand the Niagara Community and to contribute new ideas for developing new technologies and products.


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