All In Control4
ELAN and URC join DISH’s lineup of integration partners while AMX and Control4 enhance Hopper integration with development of two-way drivers.
Robert Archer · September 22, 2016
CEDIA 2016: OvrC Pro from SnapAV lets dealers drill into their customers’ networks remotely to monitor and fix not just routers and access points but home automation and A/V devices as well. Consumers get an app as well, so it’s sellable.
Julie Jacobson · September 15, 2016
Sherman’s in central Illinois constructs large demo wall in its appliance stores to engage clients with smart home technology.
Jason Knott · September 09, 2016
What does the news of Sonos’ official integration with third-party home control systems mean for integrators currently installing Crestron, Control4 or Lutron … or an unsanctioned, reverse-engineered third-party system?
Chelsea Cafiero · September 02, 2016
VoicePod had a promising voice-control solution for Control4 home-automation systems using Amazon Echo (Alexa), but the company knew the ‘big boys’ were coming.
Julie Jacobson · September 01, 2016
After years of shunning integration with third-party home automation systems, Sonos has created an API for integration and named its first partners: Control4, Crestron, Deutsche Telekom’s QIVICON, iPort, Lutron, and Savant. Plus: How Crestron does it differently.
Julie Jacobson · August 30, 2016
One Firefly launches UI University, a custom integrator-branded, SEO-configured video library filmed in 4K designed to help end users migrate through their Control4, Sonos and Savant user interfaces.
Jason Knott · August 16, 2016
Fusion’s Ovation Duet server also offers streaming services such as Pandora, Spotify, TIDAL, and TuneIn and even includes Apple AirPlay.
Robert Archer · July 28, 2016
Spire Integrated Systems in Troy, Mich., holds a two-day invitation-only open house that includes live demos and even luxury Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles for guests to check out.
Jason Knott · June 21, 2016
Survey of CE Pro 100 top home technology integrators reveals the most-specified brands in these security and surveillance categories as part of our annual Brand Analysis.
Robert Archer · June 13, 2016