Julie Jacobson Captures ISE 2017 in Photos, Tweets
There's no better way to see ISE 2017 than through the eyes of CE Pro editor Julie Jacobson. Catch up with Crestron, Stewart Filmscreen, URC, Paradigm and more.
Get the scoop on the newest products and technologies through tweets (and photos!) as JJ makes her way through ISE 2017.
Crestron and AMX are making 4K/60 4:4:4 HDR run over a measly 1Gb. A few newcomers are here, including SnapAV and Paradigm. And one little Z-Wave beacon has been dubbed "one of the coolest smart home devices" at the show.
Julie teases more information to come on Leviton's five proticols of switches and HomeKit Wi-Fi.
There are happy days ahead for dealers, thanks to Autonomic.
Immersive audio surrounded ISE attendees. See what we did there?
Savant integrates with Invixium for access control.
Alexa, lower the shades.
Russound goes 70/100v. And it's not just for commercial.
WyreStorm wastes no time investing in home automation.
It's SnapAV's first time at ISE. Both SnapAV and Autonomic are making strides at the show.
Lutron lured Julie in with some LEDs ... and the possibility of a midday nap.
NuVo's new outdoor speakers are "rock solid," says JJ.
RTI test drove some colorful remotes.
AMX isn't letting Crestron get all the attention for its 4K/60 4:4:4 HDR over IP technology.
The big guys Sony and LG have surprises for the ISE crowd.
And the little guys do, too.
Crowd shots and hopeful thoughts:
Paradigm makes its ISE debut with the company's flagship speaker series: PERSONA.
Stewart Filmscreen shows its Phantom HALR and FIDELEDY screens. Watch JJ's shaky cam video of the Stewart booth for more.
URC and Doorbird make a fine pair.
Crestron has some big, big news for integrators at the show:
The show begins!
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