Lighting control on our main floor. The areas of the home we live in most have C4 light switches set at desired lighting levels. For example, we don’t need 100% brightness in our living room, so we set it at 68% to save energy. All rooms are set at lower levels and we still have ample light. Saving energy = saving money.
When I pause a movie to go to the kitchen, the TV room lights automatically turn on and when I come back and hit play, the lights turn back down.
With more and more smart electronics playing a central role in our everyday lives, you would think that manufacturers would be making life easier. With so many different technology formats – Blu-ray, Bluetooth, MP3, WMV, HD, 3D, iWhatever and whatever’s-coming-next-things are getting more cluttered and complicated, not more convenient. Wouldn’t life be better if everything worked together? Continue reading “What is Home Control?”
Indianapolis, IN – CEDIA Expo Booth 4949 – September 5, 2012 at 5:00PM ET – Control4, a leading innovator in residential and light commercial automation systems, announced that Sony has integrated Control4® automation technology into its new ES receivers (introduced at CEDIA Expo) – delivering best-in-class AV performance and home automation within one easy-to-install and easy-to-use product. The ES receivers with Control4 automation are available for order now through authorized Control4 and Sony ES dealers. Continue reading “First A/V receiver with built-in home automation”