Helping you to personalise your environment at Integrated Systems Russia

Helping you to personalise your environment See tomorrow’s technology today at Crestron booth Forum, B02

Cobham, Surrey: Crestron, the technology specialist, will be exhibiting its range of residential and commercial solutions at Booth Forum, B02 at this year's Integrated Systems Russia (ISR), held from 28-30 October 2015 at the Expocentre Fairgrounds in Moscow, Russia.

Visitors to the stand will be able to see how Crestron solutions streamline technology and redefine the modern meeting space. One of the highlights of the stand is the Crestron RL2 - the latest version of the fully featured Lync-based system which enables video, voice and interactive content sharing all from one touch screen interface. It brings together Crestron DigitalMedia and Microsoft Lync software into a single device to transport the Lync experience from a desktop to the conference room.

Using Crestron Fusion users can personalise the meeting space. The software enables organisations to monitor and manage AV equipment, room scheduling, lighting, shades, climate, and energy consumption from a single platform- and even provide remote help desk assistance. And now Crestron has made even more convenient to personalise the meeting space. Enabled by Crestron's .AV Framework, the Crestron PinPoint Mobile app makes enterprise technology a personal productivity tool that you carry in the palm of your hand. Knowledge workers can perform all calendar and room scheduling functions they previously could only perform at their desks, anywhere, anytime, from their mobile devices. View available meeting spaces nearby. Book rooms and invite attendees. When entering a meeting, they can instantly take control of everything in the room - AV, lights, temperature, and shades - using the same app.

Organisations will be able to leverage their IT infrastructure to deliver content anywhere on the network using Crestron's DM3.0 to facilitate unlimited distribution either across a building or across another country. Complementing the DM3.0 is the recently launched Digital Graphics Engine 200 (DM-DGE-200-C) and Digital Graphics Engine 100 (DGE-100) which provide a low-cost, easy to deploy multi-format video processor for huddle spaces and small meeting rooms.

Also on the stand will be the latest wireless touch screens including the Crestron TST-902 Wireless Touch Screen - an advanced, tablet-styled design 8.7" touch screen that is easy hold and moves effortlessly between portable and stationary tabletop or in-wall use. Its large-capacity rechargeable battery affords several hours or days of operation between charges.

For the residential market, Crestron will be showcasing its award winning solution Pyng - the home automation app that is tailored to your lifestyle. Pyng enables users to control their lights, shades, door locks, thermostats, and even the security system - all from the comfort of their iPad.

"Crestron's solutions are developed with the end user in mind. So whether it is working in an office or living at home, Crestron has a range of solutions that enable users to personalise their environment to suit their needs." comments Robin Van Meeuven, CEO of Crestron.

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