Kors Engineering Launches NiagaraAX Open Source Project

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Shared Project Expands Platform to Developers, Calls for Participation

Kors Engineering, a premier service provider for manufacturing and industrial organizations, today announced it is launching a NiagaraAX open source project to develop and share software modules based on the Tridium NiagaraAX Baja API.

NiagaraAX is a software framework and development environment that solves challenges associated with building Internet-enabled products, device-to-enterprise applications and distributed Internet-enabled automation systems.

The open source project encourages Java developers to share modules at http://niagaraaxcommun.sourceforge.net/ to enrich the NiagaraAX platform and offer additional functionality to the community of NiagaraAX developers and users.

"This open source project to share Java modules for the Tridium NiagaraAX Baja API will result in a richer environment for all users of the platform," said Kors Engineering President Tony Kaczmarek. "We encourage all Java developers to join us in expanding the library of useful custom objects that can be used in AX wiresheets and PX pages."

"In our industry, everyone is so competitive" stated independent contractor Vance Hensley. "I never thought I would see cooperation among my peers like this. I am a developer specializing in HVAC and I relish cooperation and learning by any means necessary. This open source program simplifies and enhances our efforts and is a tremendous tool for developers."

To date, additions to the library have been contributed by Cochrane Supply and TAC.

About Kors Engineering:
Kors Engineering is a premier service provider for manufacturing and municipal organizations looking to optimize technology and integrate systems. With expertise in automation, controls, systems integration and energy management, Kors Engineering delivers quantifiable results in cost reductions, time savings and labor efficiencies. For more than three decades, the team has consulted and executed projects to improve systems on the shop floor and throughout entire facilities. For more information, visit http://www.korsengineering.com.

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