We’ve got some great new products coming out from our Triad audio line and arguably, the most innovative new feature in the smart home industry making its debut.

CEDIA Q&A with Control4

Contributed by | Control4

Your company will be exhibiting at CEDIA Expo this year, what is it that makes this an important event for your company?

CEDIA is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, trade shows in our industry. It’s a perfect opportunity to announce and showcase new products and updates because of the audience and atmosphere of the show.

 

What can a visitor to your booth expect to see this year?

Along with all of the audio products we’ll be announcing, we have some incredible features coming out that are first of their kind across the board in our industry. You’ll have to stop by to see what they are when CEDIA begins. We always have a lot of new things to show off at CEDIA and that’s part of the reason why our booth is a must see each year.

 

Any new products you will be introducing?

Yes, quite a few! We’ve got some great new products coming out from our Triad audio line and arguably, the most innovative new feature in the smart home industry making its debut.

 

CEDIA offers educational and product training, is your company involved in any of them this year?  

Yes, Control4 will be offering five training courses at CEDIA:

Customer LAST!
Know about Issues BEFORE Your Customer does, with Pakedge BakPak. Stop losing money on truck rolls with the cloud-based monitoring and alerts of Pakedge BakPak. Learn how Control4 and Pakedge work together to make sure you’re never in the dark with your customer projects. Also discover the keys to designing a smart network environment, large or small.

Connecting the Connected Home: Better Service with Fewer Site Visits
Connecting a home to the Internet starts with a solid router. But professionals who service demanding customers know that not all routers are the same. In this session, you will learn four features that differentiate a Pakedge router to deliver performance and save you time and truck rolls.

Multi-room Audio Awesomeness with Control4
Planning a whole-home audio system has never been easier or sounded better. Learn how to do it the Control4 way.
Principles of Sound Design: Doing Atmos & Surround Theaters Right
Making amazing home theater experiences hinges heavily on the quality and location of loudspeakers. Learn the fundamentals from the experts at Triad.

Turning a Single Room Project into a Home Automation Virus
Learn a bevy of tactics for embiggening a simple, single-room Control4 project into a system that delights your client and builds your business.

 

When you book a booth for a tradeshow like this what are your expectations and what does your company hope to accomplish at the event?

We expect a great atmosphere and an audience that is interested in our industry. We hope to gain exposure to those have never heard of the Control4, Pakedge, and Triad brands and educate those that have heard of our brands about the moves we are making and show them why we have been CEPro Brand Leaders in Whole-Home Automation for three consecutive years.

 

 

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