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Lynxspring Events

Lynxspring Events

Lynxspring hosts and participates in multiple events to increase awareness of our products and highlight our partners. Through these events, we support our partners and end-users by sharing our knowledge of Intelligent Buildings, Building Automation, Energy Management, and Cyber Security. Below are upcoming events and conferences Lynxspring is hosting, participating in, or attending, so whether you visit our booth or exhibit with us, we look forward to seeing you!

To showcase your products at one of our events, please Contact Us.

 

 

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June 1, 2022 

Lynxspring has reached an exciting milestone as the company celebrates its 20-year anniversary. We do not take this lightly and are profoundly grateful in reaching this milestone. We thank you for being a part of this.

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august 22-24, 2022 

In-Person Event

On August 22 from 10:30am-noon PDT, make sure to join Marc Petock, Lynxspring’s Chief Marketing & Communications Officer as he participates in an informative moderated discussion on Building System Interoperability.

SBX connects participants to the latest information and technologies in the smart buildings industry and showcases smart buildings projects and initiatives. Taking place August 22-24, 2022, sessions will be held virtually with select in-person sessions in Seattle, Washington.

For more information and to register click here.

https://sbxconference.org/

 

 

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SEPTEMBER 13 - 15, 2022 

VIRTUAL EVENT

Haystack Connect, taking place virtually September 13-15, 2022, is organized and produced by the Project Haystack Organization—an open-source community of people and companies who share the vision that a connected, collaborative community can move the industry forward in ways that no single supplier can! The event builds on the inspiration and mission of the community to address the challenges of making smart device data work seamlessly across applications of all types through the adoption of a standard approach to semantic modeling of equipment systems and their data. For more information, click here.

 

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