Somfy Systems Debuts New Z-Wave to Radio Technology Somfy® Interface at 2013 CEDIA Expo

Somfy Systems, Inc., the world's largest manufacturer of motors and electronic controls for interior and exterior window coverings, is introducing a new Z-Wave to Radio Technology Somfy® Interface (ZRTSI) at this year's CEDIA Expo.

Somfy Systems Showcases Simplified Home Automation Integration at the 2013 CEDIA EXPO

Somfy motors will be present in the Honeywell, Dish Network, Cooper, Worthington Distribution, Z-Wave Alliance and Control4 booths at CEDIA.

Mountaintop Home Automation Demo Expected To Help Dealer, Integrator Revenue Climb

Effectiveness and Reliability of Home Automation Will Be on Display; Video Will Provide Powerful Selling Tool

Yale Key Free Touchscreen Deadbolt Streamlines Installation and Enhances Security

Cylinderless design means no keying, no bumping.

Yale E-Commerce Site a Resource For Integrators

At Yale2You.com, integrators can help customers find complementary Yale products.

Yale Real Livingâ„¢ Joins Partners at CEDIA Expo 2013 To Demonstrate Innovative, Feature-Rich Intelligent Locks

The Yale Real Living line of residential electronic locks combines a wide range of features with a high level of flexibility.

CEDIA EXPO Shows Positive Gains Across the Board

CEDIA EXPO 2013 was described as "phenomenal," "energized," and "exceeding expectations."

Bang & Olufsen Introduces New Wireless Speaker Technology at CEDIA 2013

A second-to-none multi-channel wireless experience that provides robust acoustic performance and flexible, simple operation

LG Electronics Breaks Into New Audio Category With 'LG SoundPlate'

LG SoundPlate Combines Powerful Sound, Good Looks

LG Electronics Advances Its Position In Ultra High Definition TV With Expanded Line

Latest 65- and 55-inch Class Ultra HD TVs Demonstrate LG's Commitment to the New Market Segment

Core Brands Introduces New Proficient Audio® Protege Architectural Speakers at 2013 CEDIA Expo

Large Revamp Brings Designer-Friendly Thin-Bezel Design

Sony's New Front Projectors Elevate Standards On The 4K Home Theater Experience

High-Resolution Audio Components, TVs and HD Projectors for Custom Installers Raise Expectations Among the Discriminating Home Entertainment Enthusiasts

Core Brands Launches Expanded SpeakerCraft Under TV Speaker Line at 2013 CEDIA Expo

Two New Models plus a Redesign of the Acclaimed CS3, Expand Product Line with New Features and Enhanced Capabilities

CEA Supports FAA Recommendations to Allow Airline Passengers Expanded In-Flight use of Electronics Devices

There has been widespread passenger use of PEDs aboard airplanes for several years with no significant interference incidents during tens of millions of flights.

'ELO AT THE OFFICE' TOUCH SCREEN SOLUTIONS BOOST MEETING COLLABORATION

-- Elo Touch Solutions for Lobbies and Meeting Rooms Deliver Tablet Ease of Use, Windows Security, and Big, Bright Screens to Boost Office Productivity --

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