Leviton’s Wi-Fi lighting automation solution with voice control, Amzon Echo compatibility, scheduling and remote access, Decora Smart, allows homeowners (and B2B customers) to control lights from anywhere.
Via touch screen, desktop or mobile app, Crestron offers easy control and manipulation of artificial light to drive greater concentration and productivity and ensures all pieces, protocols, wiring, and software work together to meet objectives.
Crestron announces Zūm wireless lighting control, including dimmers, switchers, sensors and other components for easy installation.
Longtime lighting designer relies on Claypaky Mythos and Sharp systems for highly anticipated mid-game spectacle.
Wireless in-wall LED dimmer and in-panel dimmer module make design, specification and installation of centralized LED lighting control easier and more flexible.
Launching its ELIOT Internet of Things development program in North America, Legrand looks to leverage devices already in millions of commercial and residential buildings.
Systems like climate control, access control, lighting, video surveillance, aspects of electrical infrastructure and more can pose significant cybersecurity threats to an institution’s network.
From simple apps like TV Screen Size Calculator to more complicated tools like Microsoft OneNote, CI Research unveils what apps designers, programmers and engineers lean on.
Helvar provided Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas, the largest cruise ship ever built, with an easy to install lighting control system that provides the capabilities needed for a ship that carries thousands of light fixtures.
Almo Professional A/V executives discuss new third-party Crestron, AMX and ClearOne programming through its CONTROL Systems Services.
Find out how the latest generation of KVM systems compare to what you know about KVM technology and how they can be integrated into control rooms.
Free webinar on April 19th, presented by ZeeVee, challenges integration firms to weigh the benefits of standards-based AV over IP versus more labor-intensive matrix switches.