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BASSG prides itself on offering not only simplistic ways our clients can manage their systems but offering customized workflows for them and their needs.

BASSG is here to help you in every step of the cycle.

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Niagara Block Programming & Integration

BASSG has full-time integrators for Niagara Framework applications.

We offer the following services:

  • Multiple integrations to protocols
  • Visualization Px, Dglux or EnergyDVR dashboards
  • Schedules
  • Alarms
  • Integration monthly service contracts for maintenance

We have completed major projects and integration's since 2004:

  • Hotels
    • Marriot
    • Hilton
  • Over 25 School Districts
  • 100's of Commercial buildings
  • Retail Stores
  • Pharmaceutical

Contact us today to get your Niagara projects completed!

Niagara Java Programming

BASSG has full-time java developers for Niagara Framework applications.

We offer the following services:

  • Driver programming
  • Custom Components
  • Customer Services
  • Custom widget solutions

BASSG is an official Niagara Framework developer. We are actively testing Niagara 4 for upgrades.

Here is the a few projects that we have completed:

Continual Eyes -

basTemplateMavi & EnergyDVR-

EIQlink -

Contact us today to get your custom Niagara projects started!

What is Niagara?

Niagara Framework: a comprehensive software infrastructure for developing device-to-enterprise solutions (NiagaraAX)

The Niagara Framework is a universal software infrastructure that allows companies to easily build custom, Web-enabled applications for accessing, automating and controlling "smart" devices in real-time over the Internet. This open, Java-based framework unifies diverse systems and devices - regardless of manufacturer, communication standard or software - into an interoperable system creating a platform for value-added application development. Built on Internet standards, Niagara makes it possible for anyone, from anywhere around the world, to control their smart devices from a standard Web browser.

Web-Enabled Access and Control

Niagara's underlying technology utilizes enterprise-level software standards such as Java™, TCP/IP, HTTP and XML to allow access to your control system via any standard Web browser. In addition to anytime, anywhere access to information via a common interface, companies now can control all their smart devices via the Web while achieving true interoperability across a wide range of automation products. Furthermore, a complete set of desktop tools facilitates unique object-oriented application development and system administration.

Platform and Operating System Neutral

The Framework operates on a wide variety of hardware platforms from low-cost controllers to high-end server workstations, NT servers, PC's, Tridium® JACE® controllers and other other Java-enabled platforms. And, the architecture supports a wide range of operating systems. Critical real-time applications run on Wind River's VxWorks® RTOS (Real-Time Operating System), Insignia's Jeode or QNX, while robust server applications run on operating systems such as Microsoft® Windows NT®, or Linux™.

Unprecedented Interoperability and Functionality

Through the use of fundamental Internet software standards and open industry standards, the Niagara Framework creates a common environment that connects and shares information among heterogeneous devices, legacy systems, open system protocols - such as BACnet®, LonWorks® and Modbus™ - the Internet and enterprise information systems. Niagara provides powerful and unrestricted access to the wealth of information that can be gleaned from control devices and then mined for use by enterprise-level systems to provide insightful, decision-making information.

Plug-and-Play, Object-Oriented Architecture

The foundation of Tridium's patent-pending Niagara Framework technology is its robust, real-time, component object model. Object modeling creates a powerful architecture that alleviates the need for gateways. By converting connected devices (and their data and attributes) into software "objects" for constructing applications, Niagara can talk to smart devices using their native protocol and respective networks, regardless of make, model, and manufacturer. Niagara integrates these devices so you can read real-time data, send commands to the device and utilize common programming tools to reconfigure and reprogram them easily and inexpensively.