Crestron announced Monday that it has opened a new warehouse and distribution center in Orangeburg, N.Y. The new facility is near the company's Rockleigh, N.J., headquarters.
Crestron this week announced the launch of the new UFO Waterproof Remote Control. The remote is meant for use in hot tubs and pools.
Crestron last week announced the official launch of its new Interior Design Partner (IDP) Program. The program is meant to connect designers with tools to use integrated technology.
Crestron last week opened its new Experience Center in Cypress, Calif. The event was commemorated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by more than 400 guests.
Crestron this week sponsored and appeared at the monthly meeting of the New Jersey chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID). The event, called “Connecting People with Smart Technology,” introduced the designers to Crestron's solutions.
Crestron's Jeff Singer shows Crestron Labs' new integration with Microsoft Kinect.
Crestron this week announced the arrival of two new 2.8-inch touch screens. The products, the TPMC-3SM and TPMC-3SMD, are easily installed in a single gang wall box.
In a quiet corner of Crestron Electronics' cavernous Rockleigh, N.J. research lab, an aged engineer hunches over a chaotic assembly of plastic tubes, spinning motors and wire. He flips a switch and an exhaust pipe spews a plume of white mist. "This is my Rube Goldberg machine," says George Feldstein, with an impish grin. "I always have to keep my hands busy. Not bad for a CEO, huh?"
At 70 the founder of Crestron Electronics-maker of myriad home automation devices-is as fit and energetic as a man half his age.