iRule is available from Apple's App Store, Google Play, and from hundreds of integration professionals worldwide.
Las Vegas, NV - Detroit based iRule, LLC was honored with the 2013 coveted Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) Mark of Excellence Award as the "Control Product of the Year"!
CEA announced the winners at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
"We're delighted to receive this award and to be recognized for our team's hard work and innovation," said Itai Ben-Gal, CEO of iRule. "What really sets iRule apart is the customization, flexibility, and value. We put the 'custom' back in 'custom integration,' and our dealers can do it at a price that more customers can afford. Never before has such a customizable, flexible control solution been available to a such a wide audience."
iRule integrators build custom remote controls "in the cloud." The system requires no "coding," yet offers deep integration with the most popular third-party audio/video, lighting, and automation products for the smart home.
The company accepted the award at the CEA Mark of Excellence Awards Ceremony on January 8th at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
iRule was founded by two A/V fans, Itai Ben-Gal and Victor Nemirovsky, when they were looking for an easier way to control a home theater system.
iRule is a cloud-based software solution coupled with simple hardware which controls any infra-red (IR), RS-232 or Ethernet-enabled audio/video equipment, making it compatible with nearly any system or combination of components. A fully customizable interface allows users to simplify controls, upload their own images and personalize menus to their preferences. iRule is also easily updated to control additional components or to migrate to the latest versions of smartphones and tablets, making it the last remote you'll ever need.
iRule is available from Apple's App Store, Google Play, and from hundreds of integration professionals worldwide. iRule hardware is available at www.iRuleAtHome.com. The company has sold tens of thousands of licenses in more than 50 countries via word-of-mouth and online "buzz" among early adopters, home theater professionals and online forums. The company is funded by Detroit Venture Partners.
iRule is an application that transforms the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Android devices into a universal remote control, allowing you full control of audio video gear simply and reliably. Based in downtown Detroit, iRule focuses on a simple user experience that allows non-experts the ability to quickly and easily create a powerful personalized remote. iRule is fullyupgradeable and accommodates users' changing needs.