XWR-1200 and XWR-3100 Incorporate Luxul Roam Assist™ Controller Technology for Simple Wi-Fi Network Expansion and Seamless Client Roaming
MU686 Delivers Simple Operation, Wireless Connectivity and Crisp, Accurate Images for Any Presentation Space
Honeywell and Toyota to present keynotes at eighth-annual Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer
Analysts to present research and analysis at key energy industry IoT event
Company's First-Ever Display Mount Offering Strengthens Unmatched Portfolio of AV Infrastructure and Mounting Solutions
Mounting and Storage Solution Delivers Incredible System Design Flexibility
CEDIA - Epson Introduces Elite 3LCD Reflective Laser Home Theater Projector with 4K Enhancement and HDR Support
Experience Exquisite Clarity, Color and Contrast with the Premium Pro Cinema LS10500
CEDIA - Epson Debuts Bright, Immersive 3LCD Projectors for Big-Screen Entertainment in Your Living Room
Full HD Home Cinema Projectors Combine High Brightness and Performance Flexibility
- SoundTouch® 300 Redefines Single-Speaker Performance for Streaming Music and Movies - New Lifestyle® Systems Deliver Ultimate Surround Sound Experience in Stunning New Design
Peter Sayer for PCWorld: "A series of tubes" is one of the most famous explanations of what makes the internet work, but it's also what many Europeans use to heat their homes. That's made room-by-room heating automation difficult -- until now. Heating systems in Europe typically circulate hot water from a boiler to radiators around the home, with the pump and boiler controlled by a central thermostat. Programmable timers can boost the temperature on winter evenings or lower it at night. Generally, though, such control is an all-or-nothing, whole-home affair, making it impossible to heat the living room only in the evening but warm the bathroom for a morning shower. Smart controllers like Nest and its European competitors Tado and Netatmo can't change that, as the series of tubes in most homes doesn't allow for independent control of different heating zones. Cont'd...
Curved TVs and a Cutting-Edge 4K Ultra HD Premium Ecosystem Lead At-Home Custom Installation Options for Consumers
HARDWIRED MOTOR AND ZIGBEE CONTROL APPLICATIONS EXPAND PRODUCT OFFERINGS
A robust device that measures the health and stability of a Z-Wave network in real time, the toolkit saves Z-Wave installers time and money during setup & maintenance.
CEDIA - AudioControl to Host Four Live Training Seminars Each Day at AudioControl Booth 3728 during CEDIA 2016
There will be two different seminars offered within 30-minute blocks including time for Q&A. Open to all attendees (no registration required), these high-value sessions will provide integrators with insights into delivering the finest tailored sound for each client.
CEDIA - Revolutionary Autonomic MMS-1e Music Streamer Offers Drop-in Compatibility for Crestron NSP-1 Projects
Highlighted by eAudioCast™ audio-over-Ethernet technology, a compact chassis and access to all popular streaming services as well as high-resolution audio playback, the MMS-1e has been engineered to be drop-in compatible with the Crestron NSP-1 Network Stream Player
SMPTE Centennial Gala Marks Culmination of Events Recognizing a Century of Innovation and Leadership
John O'Hurley Will Serve as the Host for Society's Celebration of 100-Year Milestone; Tickets for Oct. 28 Gala in Hollywood Are Available Online Now
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Our fully autonomous intelligent vehicles will help you to transform the way you move materials and route your workflows. Increase throughput, eliminate material flow errors, improve traceability, maximize flexibility and allow your employees to focus on higher level tasks. Unlike traditional AGV's, our mobile robotics navigate using the natural features of your facility and do not require expensive facility modifications or guidance. Our AIV's can adapt to changes in their environment and work freely and safely with your staff. Our mobile robots are intelligent enough to quickly learn their environment and then automatically find the optimal path to where they need to go. They also automatically make adjust for dynamic environments and can work together in fleets of up to 100 robots.