Crestron to champion smarter building tech at ISE 2013

posted on Friday, 16th November 2012 by Steve May

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Crestron will major on smart building technologies at ISE 2013. Arguing that a fundamentally new approach to building management is needed by developers, the brand will be demonstrating the benefits of its various Integrated by Design smart building solutions which corral AV, IT, energy, lighting and HVAC onto a single platform. A fully-functional integrated environment will be created at the show.

Crestron's Robin van Meeuwen says that while new buildings are invariably more energy efficient and networkable, there's a growing imperative to make them smarter. "While the various technologies and systems may be on the network, they all run separately. Our clients want and expect all systems to work together in an intelligent way, to be centrally managed," he says. "Integrated by Design is where we see the future of building and home technology heading. An integrated platform is also the only dependable way to achieve measurable, worthwhile reductions in energy usage and utility costs."

At booth C24 in hall 2, the brand will be showing just what this means, with demonstrations of its 3-Series control systems which offer BACnet/IP support for seamless integration with existing building management systems, along with examples of Fusion video monitoring and energy management and IP-ready DigitalMedia audio visual distribution technology.

ISE 2013 will also feature a preview of Crestron's designer shade and climate control systems. Currently only available in the US, the brand says it plans on rolling them out to "select EMEA countries" soon. Crestron shade control uses low voltage Quiet Motor Technology and can be controlled either using a standard branded control device or via an iOS app. 

Integrated Systems Europe 2013 will be held at the Amsterdam RAI, January 29-31.
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Also read:
Crestron adopts BACnet IP control standard
ISE 2013: What you need to know

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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