I’m Brett and work over at Logitech on the CI/Pro side. I can’t answer specific into this integration, but I actually donate my platelets in a process called apheresis fairly regularly which is a 2.5 hour process. The location I go to doesn’t have a TV service provider or a mounted TV like this, but they do have an iPad with an active Netflix account, some games, and access to the internet. Realistically most people aren’t going to access Facebook from a device like this, because they can just use their phones, but to browse the internet, or in this case to control the TV, it works fine. Where I go they don’t lock down the settings, because many people like to bring in their own BT headphones, and the devices are often sitting on a more closed off guest network.
Related to the Logitech app design, the layout typically covers what many clients want / use most. Favorite channels allow the patient to easily select the channels they want to watch without having to remember channel numbers, especially when they don’t use the same content provider at home. D-Pad, transport, and volume control are easily identified, and the activity buttons are pretty easy to navigate. I know in this case, they installed the first Dialyspa, and after positive feedback from the patients, they did the second, and then the third, etc. so it seems to be working for what the client and the end user needs.
I’d be happy to run you through the app, or programming if you’d like. It’s definitely changed in the past few years, and the solutions you can integrate Harmony into handle many client needs.
Let me know if there is anything I can do to help. You can reach me directly at [email protected]
This looks like an inventive solution. I have some questions.
If Digital Delight is reading this, I’m curious to know if you locked patients out of being able to go into the settings on the iPad Harmony app?
It would also be interesting to see the user interface in action. The Harmony remotes can be made fairly simple to operate, but the Harmony iPad app out of the box is poorly designed and confusing for the average user and not something I’d consider appropriate for this type of environment. But perhaps they’ve addressed that.
I’m also interested in the references to patients being able to check email and Facebook unusual. Are they employing a session based setup, to make sure patients don’t forget to log out, exposing their private info?
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Congratulations to both Doug & JL Audio! This should be a great match. As a former employee of Doug (he was a great mentor / coach / boss and most importantly a friend) and a current dealer for JL Audio, I could not be more excited about this great news.
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Hey Doug, Congrats! A Blast from your past. K.S.
This is the future of the interior environment and a perfect acquisition for Lutron! This is going to be a very cool marriage!! Congrats to both!!
GREAT move for Lutron, ... integrating lighting with their control, ... home run! Ketra will need more lamp options, but I’m sure that won’t be far behind.
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