New SAVI Control and Automation System to Debut at SAVI.Connect Event

Published: August 20, 2020

SAVI Controls, designer and manufacturer of commercial AV control and automation solutions, invites dealers, integrators, and the commercial AV community to SAVI.Connect, the company’s virtual event on August 26, 2020.

The event will debut SAVI’s next-generation commercial AV control system, SAVI 3.

There will also be a live Q&A to demonstrate how SAVI 3 can help hospitality facilities, entertainment venues, sports arenas, restaurants, bars, and other commercial businesses differentiate with the integration of exceptional audio and video experiences.

According to the company, the user interface is so easy to navigate that virtually no end-user training is required.

For ultimate convenience and accessibility, SAVI 3 allows dealers to program directly from their laptop or tablet in the browser without needing to install software.

The new line of SAVI 3 hardware reduces installation time and expense for commercial projects by eliminating the need for additional wiring and gear for installations.

Read Next: Coronavirus is Making Mobile Access Control More Important

“We’re switching up the old-school AV market by substantially improving the status quo for commercial AV control and automation, and by addressing the pain points affecting the industry with our latest technology.

“The SAVI 3 system is going to revolutionize the market with a customer-first, immersive experience that is both easy to program and fun to use,” said John Dorsey, CEO of SAVI Controls.

“This is the first system of its kind to bring incredible audio and video experiences. But you need to see it to believe it. Hosting SAVI.Connect is our way of sharing the excitement and passion for better commercial AV, which is engrained in everything we do here at SAVI.”

Register for the 8/26 event here. Learn more about the event and SAVI 3 in the video above.

Posted in: News

Tagged with: SAVI Controls

B2B Marketing Exchange
B2B Marketing Exchange East