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        Flying Eye Hospital Works to Prevent Blindness with Crestron A/V and Automation

        June 7, 2016

        Crestron donates $300,000 of DigitalMedia, Sonnex multi-room audio, touchscreens and more to Orbis International's medical-equipped aircraft fighting blindness and training doctors in developing countries.

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        What Does Lync Mean for Pro AV?

        April 2014 (Page 14)

        If Microsoft Lync seems to be everywhere these days, that’s because it is. Crestron’s executive director of UC solutions Brian Slade and other industry experts talk about the opportunities Lync creates for AV integrators in corporate boardrooms and beyond.

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        Crestron Electronics: A Made-In-America Success Story

        November 16, 2011 (Page 1)

        Forbes gives readers an inside look at Crestron's leadership, products and services in this business story. Crestron Founder, George Feldstein provides commentary on the history of the company and insight into what's next for the leading controls and automation company.

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        Hands On: Crestron Core 3 UI

        December 8, 2011 (Page 1)

        Commercial Integrator walks readers through the exciting Core 3 UI features. The reviewer says "Crestron has really delivered with the Core 3 UI. While Crestron isn't the only player in the commercial market for touch panel-based control systems any more, this is key for being able to create powerful and attractive user interface designs in a small amount of time."

        Healthcare AV

        Installation Examination - Blasting the Past

        Summer 2011 (Page 10)

        Multi-use hospital auditorium gets completely re-modeled to become a high-tech, energy-efficient presentation system with the help of Crestron DigitalMedia and Crestron lighting control.

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        Crestron DigitalMedia

        November 2010 (Page 42)

        How Crestron Digital Media Solves the Mystery of HDCP Management... "Pre-digital, many AV system designs would have included Extron interfaces, and Extron/AMX (AutoPatch) matrix switchers, now Crestron DigitalMedia has provided an end-to-end solution. I'm sure the folks at Extron and AMX are not happy about this at all and why they are also selling HDCP compliant switchers."

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        Built to Order

        December 2009 (Page 40)

        From the ground up, the tenants of The David Braley Cardiac, Vascular, and Stroke Research Institute helped envision the facility's complex and sophisticated AV systems design with Crestron at the controls.


        The anatomy of a hospital

        May 2009 (Page 28)

        The first new hospital to be built in Israel for 30 years, the Assuta hospital in Tel Aviv is one of the most modern in the world. Israeli Crestron dealer Barkai Benny Brookstein Ltd. provided an innovative AV distribution and control solution for the hospital's operating rooms using Crestron QuickMedia™.

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        Crestron Program to Provide Home Entertainment for Heroes

        June 2008

        Conceived by Crestron founder/president George Feldstein, the Eagles Program is an effort to provide military hospitals with state-of-the-art home theater for use by injured service men and women and their families. The program commenced with donations to Walter Reed Army Medical Hospital in Washington, D.C., and The Wounded Warriors Battalion East at Camp Lejune in Charlotte, North Carolina. Crestron reached out to local installers and electronics providers in order to offer install the systems for those who have sacrificed for their country.

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        IPLogic Connects University at Buffalo with the World

        December 2007 (Page 54)

        IPLogic recently installed a Crestron control solution in the Universit at Buffalo Neurosurgery Department that allows both students and faculty to connect with other classrooms around the globe to share information and new techniques