Residential AV Solutions
Fibaro, literally had their finger on the red button at this year’s event with an inconspicuous device that could revolutionise your life. The Fibaro Button is a compact, battery-powered, Z-Wave Plus device and scene controller, that can have different environmental actions programmed.
Grandma and Grandpa could be the next early adopters of high technology judging by IT trends showcased Integrate 2018. With voice control devices and more intuitive innovations connecting homes, the might be getting a head start on younger generations.
Introducing a groundbreaking new lift system that combines innovative design with elegant aesthetics, for total concealment of residential projectors.
CEDIA has announced the 2018 finalists for the Home Technology Professional Awards, which honour the top projects completed by CEDIA home technology professional members in the past year.
Between the Nest Learning Thermostat and the Amazon Echo, the smart home is already upon us. Objects as diverse as forks and toothbrushes are already networked and communicating with our phones.
Since joining the CEDIA team in 2002, Tabatha O’Connor has led many different departments including membership, finance, human resources, operations, and volunteer development. In January 2018, the CEDIA Board of Directors announced her promotion from acting to permanent CEDIA Global President and CEO.
The integration of smart home technology is fast becoming the norm for households up and down the country.
Stream TV Networks have developed a ground breaking technology that provides a true auto-stereoscopic (3D without glasses) viewing experience in 2160p resolution when viewing stereoscopic (3D with glasses) or two-dimensional HD 1080p resolution content.
Audiovisual (AV) equipment used to be precisely that—devices with a sound and video component built into them. That has changed in the modern world, though, with most devices now coming equipped with IT architecture as well. This means that installing, servicing, maintaining and repairing AV equipment requires IT know-how, as well which can present challenges to the industry.
If a single word could describe the home integration industry in 2017, it’s likely that the same word will be used to describe both 2016 and 2018 as well, “Disruption.” What specifically caused — and will continue to cause — disruption as technological advances go roaring forward? Hear what some of CEDIA’s key thought leaders predict we’ll see in the next 12 months.