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Connexx Energy: Participates in US Department of Commerce International Trade Administration Smart Technologies Mission

Connexx Energy, a recognized developer and implementer of smart building, energy and IoT data management and visualization solutions, announced today that it will be participating in the Smart Technologies Business Development Mission to Hong Kong and Taiwan being organized by the United States Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration.

Taking place April 24-28, 2017, the Smart Technologies Business Development Mission is part of an on-going effort to expand U.S. exports of Smart Building and Energy Efficiency designs, technology, products and services in this region. This business development mission allows participants to network and connect with industry contacts through customized and individualized meetings.

“With the increasing push for buildings that are smarter and the development of smarter cities, Hong Kong and Taiwan are major players in the global smart building market and represent an enormous opportunity for Connexxion, our data management and visualization platform,” said Marc Petock, Connexx chief communications officer and vice president of marketing. “The smart building technology market continues to grow rapidly as owners and operators embrace IoT and use data to deliver building operational goals, occupant comfort and productivity, energy efficiency and cost-savings through enhanced building performance.”

The Connexx Energy Connexxion platform transforms real-time data into actionable information and provides building owners, managers, system designers and integrators the ability to quickly analyze and dynamically visualize data and easily integrate and share this data with building and energy applications or systems. More information about the Connexx Energy Connexxion platform is available at: www.connexxenergy.com.

The Smart Technologies mission will introduce and familiarize participants with the ever-growing Smart Technologies markets and will host a variety of receptions providing attendees the opportunity to network with local government leaders, decision-makers and experts. More information about the United States Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration, Smart Technologies Business Development Mission is available at: http://2016.export.gov/trademissions/smarttechgc/.

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