Crestron Announces New Energy-saving Occupancy Sensors
By TD Staff · November 5, 2013 • Crestron released new new GLS-OIR-C-CN occupancy sensors that reduce energy costs and enhance Crestron lighting and environmental controls.
House of Worship Facility Automation 101 - Learn How to Save Thousands to Millions of Dollars Every
By Joel Shore · October 30, 2013 • Building owners are saving thousands to millions of dollars every year by deploying building automation. Automation systems control a group of interlinked networks and devices, each of which monitors, manages, and controls one aspect of a facility’s core operations, services, and utilities. The facility could be corporate offices, K-12, college or university campuses, health care, hotels, retail spaces, commercial, industrial, institutional, scientific, or increasingly, residential. The range of systems is vast, spanning electrical, HVAC, mechanical, plumbing, security, safety, telecommunications and transportation (elevators and escalators).
Smarter Technology Creates Smarter Workspaces
By Steve Castle · October 10, 2013 • A combination of daylighting and control and automation technologies will change the way we work. Today there are steps you can take to create a smarter and better workplace. Designing buildings with a great deal of window and open indoor space will help employees reach their goals and save you money.
5 Pro Apps for Facility Control and Automation
By TD Staff · September 26, 2013 • Integrating control and automation systems in your facility gives you complete control of your mission critical components like HVAC, A/V/L systems and other essential systems like shading. Mobile control and automation apps give you control over the systems that you depend on in you facility, no matter where you are. Great control apps communicate with all features offered by your control system. With complete control over your system, you can ensure that changes and commands can be executed for all of your critical operations.
Most Impressive A/V Photos of Summer
By Jessica Camerato · September 18, 2013 • Summer is easing into autumn and with that journey we take a look at the hottest A/V projects we saw. Blue Man Group, GE's massive video wall and the latest from the innovative Leon speakers are just some of the best efforts we saw.
Crestron Announces Two New infiNET EX IOEX Wireless Control Modules
By TD Staff · August 19, 2013 • Crestron announces the release of two new infiNET EX IOEX Wireless Control Modules. The IOEX modules offer wireless control of serial, IR and relay devices in homes and commercial buildings. The INET-IOEX-IRCOM enables long distance wireless communication between 3-Series control systems and devices such as TVs, cable boxes, displays, projector screens, AV components, switchers, and other equipment that is controllable using basic serial or IR commands.
What Your Church Needs to Know to Create the Best A/V RFP - Learn What Makes a Good Request for Prop
By Joy Zaccaria · July 8, 2013 • Expert tips on how to create the Best A/V RFP. A good Request for Proposal needs to have a clearly-defined scope. Understanding new technologies, the attention to detail that accounts for every circumstance needs to be tempered with the clarity that prevents it from becoming an overwhelming document.
Crestron Ships Green Light Dimmable LED Drivers
By TechDecisions · June 26, 2013 • Crestron is shipping Green Light Dimmable LED Drivers that feature independently controlled channels and reduces the number of drivers needed for direct and indirect lighting strategies.
Houses of Worship Find Much to Admire at InfoComm
By Dan Daley · June 19, 2013 • Whether you are looking to develop a long-term strategy or have a ready-made budget, Dan Daley has the products for you. New amps, mixers and switches are just some of the products he highlights.
One CTS’s Perspective: InfoComm 2013
By Christopher Neto · June 19, 2013 • Christopher Neto, CTS traveled the show floor on his first visit to see this years exhibitors. He saw quite the cross-section of products, snapped some photos and sent them to us. Whether it is an 84-inch touch screen from Planar or a Crestron room system that uses Microsoft Lync's unified communications capabilities, he pinpointed the vendors to keep an eye on. Vendors include Vaddio, Stewart Filmscreen, Planar, Listen Technologies, Mersive Solstice, Panasonic, Delta, Crestron, ClearOne and Barco.
SurgeX Ships SEQ-1U Sequencer for A/V and IT Installs
By TD Staff · June 18, 2013 • The new product is a smart, slim surge eliminator and power sequencer.
One CTS’s Perspective: InfoComm 2013, Day One
By Christopher Neto · June 13, 2013 • InfoComm 2013 Christopher Neto, CTS traveled the show floor on his first visit to see this years exhibitors. He saw quite the cross-section of products, snapped some photos and sent them to us. Whether it is an 84-inch touch screen from Planar or a Crestron room system that uses Microsoft Lync's unified communications capabilities, he pinpointed the vendors to keep an eye on. Vendors include Vaddio, Stewart Filmscreen, Planar, Listen Technologies, Mersive Solstice, Panasonic, Delta, Crestron, ClearOne and Barco.
A Surprising Buzz at InfoComm 2013
By TD Staff · June 13, 2013 • At InfoComm 2013, collaboration products from companies such as Vaddio, Cisco and Polycom were present, but there were many non-traditional companies such as display and screen manufactures that were showing products with collaboration as feature benefit.
Crestron Rolls out New Speakers, Videoconferencing Collaboration and Streaming Technologies
By TechDecisions · June 12, 2013 • Crestron debuted new products and update existing ones this InfoComm. The company added the line of Saros speakers to its sound product offerings and upgrade DigitalMedia to include a 64 x 64 switcher with 4K support, and wireless presentation capability for mobile technology.
InfoComm 2013 Will Tackle Live Events Topics
By TD Staff · May 15, 2013 • The event will include best practices and hands-on learning next month.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.