Extron has announced the introduction of its new TLP Pro 300M is a 3.5″ portrait wall mount TouchLink® Pro Touchpanel. It is designed to control video, audio, lighting, shades, HVAC, security, and other systems within virtually any environment.
Balancing non-linear creativity with technology is essential in the next-generation of workplace design but requires a committed client brief to achieve the best outcomes.
Recent research from Knight Frank showed the number of co-working spaces in Australia grew by 297% between 2013 and 2017, representing 0.6% of the nation’s office stock. It has been enabled by improvement in technology that allow workers to collaborate effectively from different locations.
How can integrated technologies help those with hearing impairments? Smart Home Solutions have created an innovative home solution, voted Best Innovative System 2019 by CEDIA.
Automation is expected to expand in the next decade, with advances in digital connectivity and the internet paving the way for a host of sophisticated, smart digital products that are connected and unified.
The demand for flexible work has seen an explosive rise in collaborative workspaces. Smart AV providers can capitalise on the trend. Find out how one AV company is doing it successfully.
Several electrical accessory manufacturers have begun entering the home automation market. Connected Magazine’s, Cameron Grimes takes a look at some of the solutions on offer and how they might affect the custom channel.
Imagine the workplace to be a dream-haven, a place where systems flow, people integrate, productivity brims and short naps score you brownie points. It could actually be a reality.
The days of office buildings in Australia being purely brick and mortar are fading into the rear-vision mirror. Previously, AV integrators had to come up with solutions to weave their technology into existing architecture. Now, ‘smart buildings’ are being constructed with AV solutions built into the design.
“Our houses are no longer simply homes, but where we work, study, socialise and shop. We demand dwellings that celebrate the rituals of domestic life and allow for privacy and a change of mood.” Can anyone possibly argue with the accuracy of this observation? According to Miles, the smart homes of today and tomorrow are becoming increasingly “perceptive, responsive and autonomous.”