CE Pro BEST Awards @ CEDIA Expo Deadline Friday, Aug. 1
August 1 is the final deadline for manufacturers to submit their products in 31 categories for the 6th Annual CE Pro BEST Awards @ CEDIA Expo.
This Friday, August 1, is the final deadline for submitting products to CE Pro’s sixth annual Best Electronic Systems Technologies (BEST) Awards @ CEDIA. Products eligible for judging must either be debuting at the show or have been released within the past 12 months.
We have received outstanding product entries thus far. Remote Technologies, Inc., Savant Systems, LLC, Control4 and Midlite Corporation are among the companies that have already entered this year’s program.
The CE Pro BEST Awards offers the greatest amount of exposure for product entries than any other industry awards competition. Every entry will be featured online at CEPro.com starting September 11, blasted out in CE Pro email newsletters, and included in the CEDIA wrap-up November 2014 print edition of CE Pro.
Products eligible for judging must either be debuting at the show or have been released within the past 12 months. BEST submissions are $399 and will be held under embargo when requested until the first day of the show. Products will be independently judged by CE Pro editors and a group of integrators, with the winners announced in a beer reception in the CE Pro booth on the first day of the exhibits at CEDIA Expo 2014 in Denver on September 11th.
This year there are 31 categories. Other categories fall under the main categories of Loudspeakers (floorstanding, in-wall/in-ceiling, soundbars/on-walls, subwoofers and wireless speakers), Multiroom Audio/Home Theater (source components, screens, projectors, flat panel/Ultra HD TVs, racks/furniture/seating/acoustical treatments, lifts/mounts), Home Control/Automation (whole-house control, security/surveillance, HVAC, interfaces), Household Enhancements/Installation Accessories (including cabling, home networking, shade control, outdoor audio, outdoor video, power management) and Business Operations (software and tools).
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