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Crestron Expands Control Capabilities with Room Control Integration

At InfoComm 2024, Tim Albright from sat down with Joel Mulpeter of Crestron to discuss the latest innovations in room control technology. Mulpeter highlighted Crestron’s commitment to enhancing automation in AV spaces through their renowned Crestron Control platform.

The conversation revolved around Crestron’s new initiative, Crestron Room Control, which extends their control capabilities beyond the traditional Crestron Flex UC lineup to include other platforms like Microsoft Teams Rooms and Zoom Rooms running on Windows. This expansion allows for seamless integration of Crestron’s automation features across diverse UC devices, optimizing workflows and enhancing user experiences.

Mulpeter emphasized that the decision to adopt Crestron Room Control on alternative platforms provides flexibility and scalability for businesses. Whether opting for distributed control processors per room or a centralized virtual control approach managed by IT departments, Crestron Room Control ensures comprehensive monitoring and management capabilities. This versatility caters to varying organizational needs, accommodating both room-specific requirements and centralized IT management preferences.

To explore how Crestron Room Control can elevate your AV automation strategy, visit Crestron’s official website. Stay connected with AVNation for the latest updates from InfoComm 2024!


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