Network-enabled Signage Simplifies Remote Updates, Saves Energy
AT&T Digital Life Gives Consumers Control to Secure and Manage their Homes from Virtually Anywhere.
"Bullet" style cameras offer sleek and slim design for indoor surveillance.
New from SSE is a motorized masking option for its retractable motorized screens. The acoustically transparent (A.T.) masking complements the finely-woven 4K A.T. screen surface, and allows for seamless switching between aspect ratios without having to make projector adjustments.
More and more projection screens are being installed in multiple use settings where ambient light can create a "washout" effect. During InfoComm 2013, Draper Inc. is showing the projection screen surface which solves this problem.
With shrinking travel budgets, increasing awareness of the environmental impact of travel and the fast pace of today's business world, video conferencing has become a much more important part of doing business.
For effective video conferencing in today's multi-use conference rooms and other venues, you need the required technology precisely where you need it, when you need it-but out of sight when you don't. Draper has introduced several new products designed to do just that.
Draper, Inc. has received three ADEX Awards-including a top-level Platinum Award-for its products.
Compact outdoor amplifier and "breakout box" series adds new model, more features
In the world of home automation, there are two big issues to overcome: one is the price and the other is integration and centralization. Right now, many people have DIY home automation controlled by numerous apps. Homeowners have to open one app to water their yard and another one to change the thermostat. This simply doesn’t make sense, and some people think it’s more trouble than its worth. Fortunately, in addition to the established home automation companies like Control4, URC, Crestron, and others, a few key startups are starting to take a more centralized approach to automation. Often, it’s the little guys that cover the most ground with new technology. Keep an eye on these startups as they change the face of home automation. In addition to making features more cost-effective, they’re all gravitating toward the centralized approach that makes much more expensive automation solutions so convenient. 1. R2 Studios, 2. Brandcast, 3. Revolv, 4. Ninja Blocks, 5. HutGrip. Read More here:
To help people in Africa to get clean water, Siretta Antennas and Oxford University have come together to develop a new antenna for water pumps.
GeckoSystems is forecasting revenues of $100,000 or more before June 30, 2013.
Multi-touch Interactivity for Any Large Format Display, Indoor and Outdoor LCD Panels, and Imaginative Projection Mapping Deliver Picture-Perfect Displays
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Alliance hosts 17 member companies demonstrating AVB products at InfoComm Pavilion
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.