Pioneer Music Company Buses 20 Integration Firms to CEDIA 2013 Expo

20 companies in total, 40 attendees

Simplify A/V Systems for Corporate Meeting Rooms

PureLink's PS-6200 All-in-One Presentation Switcher Provides the Perfect Solution

Igniting education for a networked world

InfoComm International introduces three-day intensive course on Networked AV Systems in London

VIZIO's Award-Winning Legal Team Prevails In 10th NPE Case as the Nation's Fight Against Patent Trolls Accelerates

VIZIO announces its 10th victory in a string of patent troll cases

AMBER INTERNATIONAL SERVES EXTRA VEGETABLES

New 2-way Sonos integration module for URC Total Control

RTI Now Shipping Elegant, Affordable KX2 In-Wall Controller

Offering the benefits of a high-end control device at an affordable price point

Analog Way's LiveCore™ series compatible with Crestron Control Systems

Analog Way's LiveCore™ series now easily compatible with Crestron 2-series and 3-series Control Systems.

Z-Wave Long-Distance Demonstration of Home Control Is in the Books

Amateur Climber Operates Electronic Devices From Mount Cho Oyu, 7,000 Miles Away

MONACO Celebrates the Grand Opening of Their First Solution Center Retail Store

Audio, Video and Technology Showcase Special Event

Gefen Announces Leadership Change

Founder Hagai Gefen Hands over Executive Direction to New Leadership Team

Advantage Video Systems to Showcase Bittree Audio and Video Patchbays at SMPTE 2013

Oct. 22-24 at the Loews Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles

Is Energy Efficiency the Most Popular In-Home Automation?

A new study from the Consumer Electronics Association found that energy efficiency technologies are the most popular amongst home automation options in American houses.

Programmable and/or smart thermostats beat out home security and entertainment automation for the top honor, with 47 percent of households saying they had at least one.

The findings, which come from an online survey of about 1000 people, would seem to be a win for energy efficiency. But most of the homes had programmable thermostats, which are often used incorrectly, if at all.

One study from Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory [PDF] found that 89 percent of survey respondents rarely or never used the thermostat to set a weekday or weekend program. Seventy percent were not set at all.

Programmable thermostats have been around for more than 30 years, but a new generation of smart thermostats that connect with smartphones and the Internet make programming far easier. Not only is the interface easier to use but some have algorithms that can learn your household thermal characteristics and daily patterns to help fine-tune settings.

BTX Announces Availability of Net Display Systems' PADS4 Release 3

Newest Version of Digital Signage Software Includes Desktop Communication, Enriched Content Creation, and OS Independent Playback Solution

Parks Associates to present service provider strategies and smarthome trends at OSP EXPO 2013

Special research track features executives from Verizon, Ericsson, Broadcom, Clearleap, HP, and other leaders in digital living

Genelec Active Loudspeakers Chosen for Lady Luck, Blurring the Lines Between Home Cinema and State-o

- Massive Genelec speaker complement includes L-C-R array, 10 surround speakers and eight 12-inch subwoofers, all calibrated through a studio-grade QSC Signal Processor -

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