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        Upcoming Crestron Webinars

        From market insights to technical design discussions, Crestron offers a wide range of webinars to meet all of your needs. Below is a list of all available and upcoming webinars.

         

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        2
        March
        11:00AM EST
        Webinar
        CresTV March 2021
        Join us for this fast-paced, interactive monthly event. You’ll get all the latest info on new products, technologies, partnerships, and more in the interactive monthly event.

         

        3
        March
        11:00AM EST
        Webinar
        Introducing the Next Generation of Crestron Residential Audio Solutions
        This is big! Crestron will soon announce one of the most significant additions to our residential audio lineup in our history.

        Join us on March 3rd to learn why John Clancy, Vice President of Residential, has said “In the 30 years I’ve been associated with Crestron, I’ve never been more excited about an audio product line. I can’t wait to get these products into customers’ hands.”

         

        10
        March
        11:00AM EST
        Webinar
        New Climate Controls
        Crestron has been known for making some of the best thermostats on the market. And now, our new Horizon Thermostats are also our most designer- and integrator-friendly smart thermostats. Modern design meets professional control and functionality.

        You won't want to miss this exclusive opportunity to get a sneak peek at our next-generation of climate controls. Register today to take your climate control installations to the next level.

         

        10
        March
        12:30PM EST
        Webinar
        Residential Design Meets Technology
        Design Build Accredited CEU course

        Does the thought of incorporating popular technologies such as the iPad® tablet, motorized shades, lighting control, and security systems seem overwhelming? In this fast paced course you'll learn about the latest interior technology and how it shapes the experience of spaces you design. You’ll get inspiration for how you can expand the breadth of your practice by incorporating technology into your designs without needing to be a technology expert.

        Learning Objectives:
        - Understand how smart technology has evolved over the past 50 years
        - Learn what interior technology is and how design meets technology
        - Discover interior technology function and benefits relative to: infrastructure, lighting, media, integration, and user interfaces
        - Explore top interior technology residential applications, common misconceptions, and design considerations

        Program: CRES47
        AIA Credits: 1 LU (General Knowledge)
        IDCEC Credits: 0.1 LU (General Knowledge)

         

        24
        March
        11:00AM EST
        Webinar
        Battery-Powered Shades
        This is a game changer! For the past decade, Crestron has delivered industry-leading shade technology to the residential market. Now we’re excited to announce we’re expanding our lineup to include battery-powered shades as well.

        Battery-powered shades open up a slew of opportunities including manual to motorized upgrades, retrofits, large-scale developments, and hard-to-reach locations. Our webinar will answer all your questions, so register today.

         

        5
        April
        11:00AM EST
        Webinar
        CresTV April 2021
        Join us for this fast-paced, interactive monthly event. You’ll get all the latest info on new products, technologies, partnerships, and more in the interactive monthly event.

         

        7
        April
        12:30PM EST
        Webinar
        Residential Design with Motorized Shading Solutions
        Design Build Accredited CEU course

        In this course you’ll learn about the importance of residential shading. You’ll also gain a better understanding of the differences between motorized and manual shading, the importance of fabric characteristics and how it plays into the performance of shading fabric, and discover how automated shading systems maximize daylighting.

        Learning Objectives:
        After this lecture you will:
        - Be familiar with the benefits of using motorized shades
        - Be able to explain the conducive design to motorized shades including types of shades and fabric basics
        - Be able to convey the best ways to conceal shades
        - Be able to define how to integrate lighting and shading including maximized daylight and energy efficiency

        Program: CRES46
        AIA Credits: 1 LU (General Knowledge)
        IDCEC Credits: 0.1 LU (General Knowledge)

         

        14
        April
        11:00AM EST
        Webinar
        Residential Speakers
        Residential Speakers: Full Description to follow.

         

        4
        May
        11:00AM EST
        Webinar
        CresTV May 2021
        Join us for this fast-paced, interactive monthly event. You’ll get all the latest info on new products, technologies, partnerships, and more in the interactive monthly event.

         

        5
        May
        11:00AM EST
        Webinar
        Battery-Powered Shades
        Battery-Powered Shades: Full Description to follow.

         

        12
        May
        11:00AM EST
        Webinar
        NAX
        NAX: Full Description to follow.

         

        12
        May
        12:30PM EST
        Webinar
        Lighting Control Illuminated
        Design Build Accredited CEU course

        Lighting control has become a standard in new construction and existing retrofit solutions…those who have it love it and wonder how they ever lived without it! Participants will walk away from this course with a basic understanding of lighting control terminology, and the benefits and solutions related to lighting control— presented in simple, easy to understand language. Additionally, attendees will be active participants in discussion surrounding common misperceptions, features, and lighting control design considerations.

        Learning Objectives:
        After this lecture you will:
        - Discuss lighting control terminology
        - Discuss and differentiate between various types of lighting control system solutions offered today
        - Compare lamp types
        - Identify the benefits of lighting control – Answering the question “Why would your clients install lighting control systems in their homes?”
        - Clarify common misperceptions related to lighting control systems – that we may hear when educating your clients on the value of lighting control systems
        - Explore design considerations – as we are beginning to lay out the plans

        Program: CO1058
        AIA Credits: 1 LU (General Knowledge)
        IDCEC Credits: 0.1 LU (General Knowledge)

         

        9
        June
        12:30PM EST
        Webinar
        Hidden Technology for the Modern Home
        Design Build Accredited CEU course

        Home electronics should integrate seamlessly into a home’s design and décor. This course reviews the three- pronged approach to hiding technology—advance planning, design philosophy, and product selection—which are available for minimizing the visual impact of electronics without compromising performance. Specific challenges and recommendations related to hiding video displays, projectors, speakers, controls, cameras, and equipment racks—among others—will be addressed. This course speaks to innovative and creative ways to lessen the visual impact of electronics by making them low-profile, hidden or camouflaged, or even invisible!

        Learning Objectives:
        - Review various residential systems and technologies and the unique approaches that can be used in the concealment process
        - Discuss how advance planning, design philosophy, and product selection affect the proper functionality of the installed products without compromising design integrity and aesthetics
        - Discuss methods and strategies for hiding technology in safe, convenient, and secure methods
        - Analyze technology implementation planning process

        Program: CO1054
        AIA Credits: 1 LU/HSW
        IDCEC Credits: 0.1 LU (General Knowledge)