Revolabs will make several important product announcements at InfoComm 2013, including the premier of its next-generation, flagship wireless microphone system designed to improve audio quality and simplify large audio communication deployments.
New Standard Will Enable Home Electronics to Communicate Energy Use
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® announced today that it is forming the R7.8 Working Group 2 to develop a new standard to enable home electronics to communicate energy use data to smart energy management systems and apps. The new standard will be called CE-Energy Usage Information (CE-EUI) and will conform to the North American Energy Standards Board Energy Usage Information (NAESB -EUI) model, which forms the basis for the national Green Button initiative. “Product manufacturers already understand how much energy a device will use during operation, based on its design,” said Brian Markwalter, senior vice president of research and standards at CEA. “By programming that information into the device and enabling the device to calculate how much energy it uses over time, manufacturers can help homeowners accurately capture the data for their energy management systems and applications.” The standard will be compatible with the new Green Button “Download My Data” and “Connect My Data” initiatives. Green Button defines how consumers and authorized third-party services can access a history of their home’s total energy usage and cost based on smart meter readings. By enabling each device to report its own energy usage, consumers will be able to see the energy each CE-EUI-compliant device consumes and make better informed decisions. The standard will be network agnostic, operating over networks, such as Wi-Fi, Ethernet, ZigBee and Z-Wave, that are an existing part of the home ecosystem.
IT's audio and image conversion turntables, music systems, and scanners make it easier than ever before to convert vinyl records, cassettes, negatives, slides, and photos into digital files, perfect for safekeeping.
The company's extensive collection of iPad cases with Bluetooth® enabled keyboards offer the ultimate balance of functionality, form factor and features for consumers on the go.
- Parks Associates announced today that Accedo, Apsalar, Adobe, Pandora, and 3scale will participate in the CONNECTIONS™ session "The Evolution of the App Ecosystem," to examine the impact of mobile and connected device adoption and consumer demand for content on the mobile app market.
Feature rich, environmentally friendly E223W brings DisplayPort Connectivity and Ambient Light Sensor to Business Professionals
DTS Surround Sound Experience Coming to Digital Entertainment Services Enabled by the Rovi Entertainment Store via Samsung's Connected Televisions and Blu-ray™ Players
DTS-HD® Allows Viewers to Unlock the Full Potential of Streaming Movies and TV Shows by Pairing High-Resolution Video with Powerful Multi-Channel Surround Sound
New smart lighting family features stylish design, enables extensive customization, and provides broad flexibility for home and commercial automation.
Leading connected home event highlights how telecom operators and energy companies should position themselves in the growing home energy management market
'Sentrollers' taking over from 'People' as the majority population on the Internet
OTC Traded in the Pink Sheets as GOSY
D-Tools enlists to be a sponsor of the Commercial Integrator Summit to promote new technology trends and connect with commercial integrators.
Parks Associates announced today the research firm will host two special analyst sessions at CONNECTIONS™ on May 21 and 22, "Big Data and Analytics" and "The Changing Connected CE Environment."
In its 8th year, InfoComm China 2013 continues to grow, drawing 19,431 attendees, a 20-percent increase compared with the 2012 show, to the China National Convention Center in Beijing. The three-day annual pro audiovisual show, held in early April, has grown so much since its inception that next year it will fill the entire CNCC, according to show organizers. "We are really thrilled by this year's success, as it once again proved companies in China are recognizing the importance of pro AV in providing a competitive edge to their businesses,” said Richard Tan, the show’s general manager. He added, “The potential for sustainable growth in the Chinese AV market is enormous! Through InfoComm China, our exhibitors will share their expertise of the application of pro AV technology and innovations to help more companies achieve breakthroughs in their businesses." The show, organized by InfoCommAsia Pte Ltd. And InfoComm International, expanded from four halls to six this year, with a gross exhibition area of nearly 35,000 square meters hosting more than 300 exhibiting companies. According to exhibitors, the show’s success was twofold; the huge growth of China’s pro AV market, as well an increase in targeted marketing and public relations for the show.
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