Building Controls. Data. Apps. You’re in Control.

Data Layer: IDL
App Layer: Supervisory Control
Data Layer: Ontology
Network Layer: Integration

Imagine a tool that simplifies the creation of an Independent Data Layer, empowers you to deploy advanced controls effortlessly, and seamlessly connects buildings to various partner applications like fault detection or energy optimization - that's exactly what Normal Software does. What sets Normal apart is its simplicity. Unlike many other solutions, Normal is easily deployable as a standalone docker container, enabling smooth integration into existing products and IT infrastructures or directly embedding into your own product.

Company bio

Founded in 2020, Normal Software was created by industry pioneers to bring building programming into the modern era of software development. The team at Normal specializes in building controls, data management, and applications for IoT (Internet of Things) analytics. They focus on providing open, transparent, and portable solutions for controlling and analyzing IoT devices.

Key features of the Normal Framework (NF) offering include:

- Open & Transparent Approach: NF emphasizes openness and transparency in the design, with support for native BACnet and an API-first approach.

- Powerful APIs and SDK: NF offers powerful APIs and a JavaScript SDK for developers to easily integrate and extend their solutions. This eliminates the need for proprietary languages or complex tools.

- DataOps Features: NF provides tools for DataOps, including data modeling, normalization, quality monitoring, and rapid identification and resolution of outages and quality issues. They also support an "Edge-Only Model" for data processing.

- No 3rd Party SaaS Subscription: NF does not require a third-party subscription for monitoring and securing data, offering a self-contained solution.

Normal offers a comprehensive platform for managing and controlling IoT devices and data, with a focus on openness, flexibility, and ease of integration. They look forward to working with you to create a world where IoT analytics and controls are open, portable, and sharable.

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