Crestron Flex Video Conferencing
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DigitalMedia NVX Series
Crestron and Microsoft Teams Panels
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Crestron Flex Phones
Crestron Flex Soundbars
Crestron Flex Tabletop
TSW 70 Series
Crestron Flex Care
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4-Series™ Control Systems
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Web-Based Configuration Platform
DM NVX D80
DigitalMedia Matrix Switchers
Exploring Avia Audio DSP
Commercial Lighting Solutions
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As Shure announces its expanded partnership with Crestron and an industry-first software certification from Microsoft Teams, Director of Technology Partnerships, Paul Gunia, discusses how this certification shapes a new era in audio conferencing for the wider AV industry.
Over the past year, students everywhere had to adapt to a new education setting. Whether it be hybrid or remote learning, these big changes altered every student’s experiences. They had to get comfortable using new collaborative platforms, wearing masks in classes, orchestrating virtual projects, and learning how to adapt to a new method of learning that could change any day.
I am back again with another blog post to highlight features within Crestron Home that I find homeowners are sometimes unaware of. As a Solutions Engineer for the Crestron residential team, it is my job to know everything and anything about Crestron Home, and I am still learning new things about Crestron Home every day. Due to the fast-paced nature of updates to the platform, I hope that these tips can help you unlock new features to make your experience even more enjoyable.
Our ever-popular IP-enabled device control protocol, Crestron Connected, has been around for over 16 years and has been adopted by dozens of manufacturers. In fact, collectively, there are more than a million Crestron control-enabled devices.
Lighting control is very popular and beneficial. Turning off all the lights at night with one touch, setting lighting scenes for any occasion, or integrated lighting with shades and entertainment adds comfort, convenience, and security. The innovative and robust technology behind the scenes may be impressive to certain gadget heads and techno geeks, but to most homeowners or design professionals, the keypad on the wall is what matters most. The buttons on the wall that they have to look at and touch all day is often the deciding factor when selecting the lighting control platform. That’s why Crestron offers a wide variety of keypad styles from which to choose. You should be able to choose the color and design of keypads, dimmers, and switches without compromising on control quality and reliability.