Control4 said this week that it has debuted a new Recharging Station for its SR-150 and SR-250 System Remote Controls.
Specialty Electronics Nationwide (SEN) said Monday that it has added 20 members so far this year.
IC Realtime said this week that it has added Control4 drivers to its Dual Core series of product,s which include NVRs, DVRs and HD DVRs.
Control4 this week announced an expansion of its online training for dealers. Its "Is Your Website Doing Its Job?" education program will now be taught in two separate sessions, both taking place Wednesday.
Comments by the heads of multiple divisions within the diverse membership of Nationwide Marketing Group at this week’s PrimeTime! Convention reflect industrywide consensus that business has turned a corner – and the group’s management said it is committed to helping its members capitalize on those positive economic signs with programs designed to increase their market clout as educating independent dealers.
A few weeks back, the folks at Control4 invited me to write a guest post for their blog, on the topic of using their home automation system to enhance home security, either in and of itself or in conjunction with an integrated security system. Of course, normally that would be a rather straightforward, potentially dry topic, but included in the invite was a request to go “outside-of-the-box” and employ some “crazy (but doable) ideas and/or personal examples.”
Control4’s new products and technologies for the first half of this year include an enhanced music experience, a wireless streaming system, refreshed lighting solutions, an updated operating system and additional commercial offerings.
If you’re not a Control4 fan, that headline probably caused a bit of head-scratching. If you’re not familiar with the company, Extra Vegetables is home automation company that specializes in writing drivers for advanced control systems.
Control4 Thursday announced the release of its Control4 Operating System v2.3. The new version offers a new interface, increased personalization and updated drivers.
“Focused Energy” was the slogan for the Fall 2012 meeting of the Home Technology Specialists of America, and it was not an empty promise. The meeting, held Oct. 8-10 in Chicago, was all about pumping up the trade group’s member dealers to focus their energies on upping sales in today’s challenging retail landscape.