EasyIO World Conference in Amsterdam May 19th-May 21st, 2019!

EasyIO’s World Conference will be held May 19th through May 21st! This year the location for our Global event is Amsterdam. The conference is a great opportunity to meet the EasyIO team and your colleagues from the BMS branch.

There will be interesting presentations about game changing new products for building automation and energy management. Furthermore some key people from EasyIO will explain where the company is heading. Also, there will be an informal pre-event gathering, dinner, advanced training sessions, and some other fun activities!

If you would like to receive more information or if you would like to receive the early bird tickets, please contact

EasyIO Wins 3 ControlTrends Awards! The prestigious awards that EasyIO’s Johan Schakenraad & Mike Marston received in Atlanta are:

• ControlTrends Vendor – Small Vendor: EasyIO
• Innovative Wireless Product or Solution: EasyIO FW-14
• Best Technical Support Person: Pedro Jorge

We are very pleased and proud with this result. Thank you for voting for us!

Niagara 4 training: Get the most out of EasyIO. Do you want to know all the ins and outs of working with Niagara? Then our Niagara 4 training is highly recommended. Our new training date in the Netherlands is:

April 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12: Niagara 4 – Gemert, the Netherlands: The costs are €1.500,- per attendee. After completing the training, you are officially Niagara 4 certified by EasyIO.

We have also added new CPT & F-series training dates in both The Netherlands and UK. If you want more information about our training, click on the button below.

New team member: We have recently welcomed Gavin Jones to our EasyIO team. Gavin is our new UK Business Manager.

Click here if you want to contact him or connect him on LinkedIn.


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