iRidium for AV and Custom Systems module provides faster, easier project creation and advanced control of any Residential or Commercial automation system and AV equipment from any device using any graphical user interface

Available for immediate download and use by integrators worldwide

Nizhny Tagil, Russia - April 22, 2013 - iRidium mobile Ltd., the dynamic and rapidly evolving Russian-based developer of iRidium, an App-based software package that enables the simplified control and automation of AV equipment from any device or interface, announces today that the company has released impressive new driver creation capabilities and associated functionality as part of the iRidium for AV and Custom Systems software tools package.


Available for immediate download and use by integrators worldwide, the iRidium for AV and Custom Systems module further expands the robust capabilities of iRidium's highly functional all-in-one App-based software package by adding TCP-IP, RS232 and IR control. Consisting of iRidium's Driver Development Kit (DDK) and a constantly evolving database of script drivers, the iRidium for AV and Custom Systems module allows integrators to create drivers to automate and control any type of AV or Custom systems.

Enabling integrators to quickly and easily create advanced custom interfaces for their clients to utilize and enjoy, iRidium for AV and Custom Systems provides:

*Control of AV equipment via iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, Mac, Android, and Windows XP/7/8 devices

*Full 2-way communication

*IR database including more than 100,000+ IR codes

*Growing library of iRidium Scripts that enable the creation of scenes and macros

Delivering unrivaled multiplatformity and elegantly styled customizable graphical user interfaces, iRidium for AV and Custom Systems operates on iRidium V2.0.7 and provides integrators the ability to combine the functionalities of disparate and varied electronics systems components into a single, easily managed project. This enables an entire system to be operated by control panels, touch panels, tablets, devices and gadgets, and allows integrators to deliver unique functionality for each location, device or end user to use as desired or required.

iRidium for AV and Custom Systems is now available for integrators worldwide and can be downloaded from the products page within the iRidium mobile website: www.iridiummobile.net/products/native-drivers/. Constantly evolving to meet the demands of today's hyper-connected society, iRidium products are currently compatible with Crestron, KNX, AMX, Lutron, My Home, Global Cache', HDL, Clipsal, Modbus, Helvar, Domintell and Weinzierl. Other brands will be added as they are collectively tested and approved.

Designed to be flexible yet functional, the iRidium software package and all of the associated tools are easily operated by individuals with varying degrees of technical knowledge. Interested parties are encouraged to learn more about iRidium mobile on the web by visiting www.iridiummobile.net or by writing to contact@iridiummobile.ru.

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