Building Owners/End Users

The built environment is undergoing one of its most transformative and compelling periods in the last 25 years. In recent years, building owners have overcome many hurdles from reassuring occupants about building safety and health to meeting operational and energy efficiency challenges head on. With our customer-focused strategy, we continue to innovate, develop and launch new products to bring to market that empower customers to improve their business outcomes, meet regulatory and compliance requirements and mitigate risks inherent in today’s building integration.

The increasing requirements within commercial buildings’ data structure are more demanding than ever. Stakeholders are now deeply invested in “how” buildings function including ways to reduce energy, improve operational efficiency, and increase occupant standards for health, comfort and safety. Adoption of smart building technology is at a pivotal point; drive by connectivity, data access/analytics, edge, Cloud, and the convergence of operational and workplace outcomes. There are several factors influencing the BAS industry that are creating this turning point.

With recent supply chain issues, circular buildings/circular construction is enabling the closure of building material loops by reusing, repurposing, repairing, refurbishing, and recycling versus the traditional:  create and consume mindset. Also, the increasing need for flexible/staggered work environments and indoor air quality, the growth of connected devices and systems, looming cyber threats, and the global push for a net zero carbon footprint—all of which require buildings to be smarter and connected—are contributing factors.

According to the latest Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS), the reality is that most buildings still need to make investments in controls:

  • 21% of buildings have direct digital controls (DDC)/HVAC controllers.
  • 16% have a BAS.
  • 5% have smart thermostats.
  • 17% of buildings have occupancy sensors controlling lighting.
  • 5% of buildings have a lighting control system.
  • 1% of buildings have plug load controls.

Energy efficiency and sustainability is playing an influential role across all businesses globally. Organizations are becoming more conscious of demonstrating and addressing various social and environmental concerns within their building’s infrastructure. Lynxspring knows that selecting the right building management and operating platform for your building(s) can be complex and overwhelming. It is always important and wise to consider your options.

Answering these questions can help you define which building platform is right for you: one that is flexible, open, adaptive, and beneficial for your operations and occupants.

When choosing a building management platform, there are 9 key questions to ask:

  1. Is it an “Open” Platform?
  2. Is it a Multi-Functional Platform?
  3. Does the Platform Allow for Integration and Compatibility?
  4. Is the Data Normalized, Tagged and Interoperable?
  5. Does a Vendor Ensure Cybersecurity of Your Building’s System?
  6. Does it Enable Edge-to-Cloud Computing?
  7. Does the Platform Use Your Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)?
  8. Does Your Building Solution Provider Have Domain Expertise?
  9. How Long Has Your Vendor Been in the Industry?

Lynxspring Has the Right Answers for You

Lynxspring has been working with corporate and commercial real estate clients since 2002. Our award-winning software/hardware portfolio of products, our professional consulting services and Niagara certification training deliver proven, efficient, reliable, secure, and easy-to-deploy solutions to thousands of customers. Fitting virtually any and every segment of the smart building marketplace we focus on versatile and customized solutions to better manage automation, integration, and energy management.

Open protocols and applications built on the industry standard, the Niagara Framework®, provide you with a familiar dashboard, and a complete set of tools, and resources to support your building project.

Lynxspring is an Authorized, Full-Service Tridium OEM Partner

Lynxspring was one of Tridium’s very first partners, and an original early adopter of the Niagara Framework® technology and the JACE® controller. We have been a Niagara partner since 2002. As a full-service OEM partner, we are not only a reseller, but are a certified Niagara developer and an authorized Niagara trainer with onsite, virtual and computer-based training capabilities.

Lynxspring’s partnership with Tridium includes continual collaboration as a technical resource for product enhancements and features and we also contributed to the design of Niagara AX and Niagara 4.

Lynxspring is the first company to take the Niagara Framework and embed it, making it available in a product portfolio of IP programmable controllers. This has further enabled Niagara to be utilized in any building and facility including small to mid-sized facilities, multi-site environments; plant and equipment control such as air handling units, roof top units, boilers, fan coil units, heat pumps and VAV’s.

With over 20 years of industry expertise and domain knowledge, our team of Niagara-certified project managers, application engineers, developers, trainers, field technicians and technical support team are here to meet your needs through every step of the building integration process.

Let Lynxspring help unlock new energy efficiencies in your building management systems by customizing the right open technologies and solutions that fit your desired business outcomes and use cases.

Providing smart, secure, and energy efficient solutions, Lynxspring helps connect and protect your building’s assets via a unified dashboard of multiple building automation systems. During the last twenty years, we have worked with a network of over 380+ Niagara certified business partners.

Lynxspring BTL-Certified Products

A trusted partner in both retrofit/legacy-type of projects or brand-new construction projects, Lynxspring’s edge-enabled products connect smart equipment for easy daily monitoring of a building automation control system’s performance. Check out our open, scalable, BTL Certified, made in the USA, smart products including JENEsys®, JENEsys Edge®, Onyxx® and Onyxx® LX:

Lynxspring’s portfolio of BTL Certified products supporting BACnet MS/TP and open-source Niagara controllers are also ideal for any type of HVAC equipment, boilers, chillers, heat pumps, air handling units, roof tops and so much more. Based on decades of expertise in developing and manufacturing controls and working with OEM manufacturers, Lynxspring has become a preferred controls provider.

Lynxspring Recognized for Digital Transformation in Smart Buildings

Lynxspring applauded for our leadership in the North American digital transformation of smart buildings was recognized in 2023 with the Customer Value Leadership Award:

Lynxspring, remains close to its clients, listening to their concerns, challenges, and requirements, and fostering relationships with building owners and operators as a technology solutions developer. They offer customers a robust ecosystem for edge computing using a unified control platform that accommodates a range of applications for all equipment and devices.

— Frost & Sullivan

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Professional Services

Lynxspring’s Professional Services team provides a portfolio of consulting services. Our team of Niagara-certified software developers, application engineers and project managers utilize a combination of proven tools, best practices, and expertise to support, collaborate effective use and management of products, optimize resources to gain maximum value and reduce time to deployment.

Professional Services has also developed an extensive library of rules and functions for the analytics platform. This library is available to Lynxspring’s business partners to help you implement your energy analytics, fault detection and diagnosis strategies. Analytics rules prewritten for common applications may be applied to any data source with consistent data points and name or tagging (i.e., Project Haystack) to view trends, discrepancies or other data for any application such as operational data, inventory, CMMS and IAQ or any other application.