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21 Lessons Learned During the Pandemic in 2021

It was a year that forced us to reconsider assumptions and expectations for our lives, the way we conducted business, and the way we communicated with each other.


I think we all can safely say that 2021 was most interesting indeed. It was a year that forced us to reconsider assumptions and expectations for our lives, the way we conducted business, and the way we communicated with each other. We continued to blaze fresh trails in our lives and find work that felt right and sustainable amid the ongoing pandemic. We redefined the way relationships look with family, friends. We modernized our views on work separation and decentralization; we embraced different ways to do our jobs, we updated the ways in which we made and distributed our products, and yes, we incorporated innovative ways to manage and operate our buildings. And, without any doubt, we succeeded!

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Marc Petock and Ken Sinclair Discuss Onyxx® LX Line

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Lynxspring’s Chief Marketing & Communications Officer discusses the company’s new Onyxx® LX line of ASC controllers, digital room sensors and thermostats with Ken Sinclair.

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Project Haystack Connections Magazine Fall 2020

As a Founding Member of The Project Haystack organization, we are delighted to announce the publication of the eighth issue of the Project Haystack Connections Magazine! It is a true testament to the mission that the Haystack Community is committed to and highlights many of the accomplishments that have been made over the past six months. We feel it is especially relevant during these challenging times as we redefine how we work and manage the built environment.

The theme of the Fall 2020 issue is 'Making It All Work Together'.  You can download the issue at:

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Marc Petock discusses the Edge with Ken Sinclair of

Sinclair: You have been talking about the Edge for a while now. What is the Edge?
Petock: Traditionally, data gathered from our building systems, equipment and devices had to be routed back to the Cloud and/or the Enterprise in order to be mined for insights. The Edge is the means to connect, collect, process data, and take actions at the sensor, controller, and equipment levels (the device-level) rather than in the Cloud or at the Enterprise. Look at it as the ability to execute applications traditionally associated with the enterprise or middleware closer to the source itself.

Sinclair: How did it come about?
Petock: It has been driven by a variety of elements that have merged. These include the breadth of connectivity options that are now available, the volume of data at our disposal, and the increase in real-time requirements. There has also been a shift toward more IP-enabled devices, advances in the power and smartness of hardware (more capacity, higher levels of data processing, increased storage capabilities). The reduction in costs of more powerful processors, the exponential growth of IoT, insufficient bandwidth and the movement to a distributed, more flat/horizontal building architecture has also contributed to the shift.

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A Look at Lynxspring's JENEsys® Edge™ 534 with Monnit® Controller

Lynxspring’s Marc Petock discussed the new JENEsys 534 with Monnit controller with Ken Sinclair in this interview for Automated Buildings.


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