Friday, May 17, 2024
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ResiWeek 422: Peel The Onion

The video version of this podcast can be found here.

Integration Is A Battlefield

This daylights savings week is the worst one to try and acclimate to, which is why we’re doing our best to stay the course and bring you consistent news for the residential space. Joining us to discuss the latest stories is Arlen Schweiger from CE Pro and John Yohanna from Crestron.

Vivint users are able to monitor specific vehicles with artificial intelligence. Machine vision within the security sector is just one of the ways that AI has a foothold in the residential space. Regardless of whether you’re on Matt’s insistence on separating machine learning and artificial intelligence. Where could we see AI being leveraged in other parts of the industry?

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Henry Clifford wants you to Get into the Ring! No, this has nothing to do with a specific Guns’n’Roses song or any active martial sport. He instead discusses the battle of managed services and how it pertains to integrators. Will you be the one to provide a recurring service to your clients, or will you use something like Parasol or OneVision? We look at what it means to have that revenue service in your repertoire.

Finally, we look at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, or KBIS. KBIS 2024 had some record attendance this year, with 41,500 visitors seeing products from 670 exhibitors. Is this a show that integrators should have their eyes on? We’ve seen some laser-focused shows like Lightapalooza make waves across the residential space. Is KBIS the next step?

Host: Matt Scott
Links to sources: Notes:
  • AVNation studios production equipment provided by Shure and Vaddio.
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