As consumers attempt to coordinate technologies from companies like Google, Amazon and Apple, they are becoming frustrated with integrating their whole A/V system.
Video and audio verification are helping to reduce calls for service, but more is needed to combat the human error of false alarms.
The CEOs say the merger will create a one-stop shop for professionally installed home automation, A/V, networking and other home technologies.
SnapAV will acquire Control4 in an all-cash transaction for $23.91 per share in cash, representing an aggregate value of approximately $680 million.
CEDIA welcomed visitors to its newest asset, a 40,000-square-foot building, featuring a full experience center and training facilities.
MRI Distribution, SnapAV’s third distributor purchased in the past year, was a member of the Powerhouse Alliance and carries brands such as Napco, 2GIG, Elk and more.
Since 1994, VMP has provided mounting solutions for the security, commercial, residential and professional audio/video markets.
Based in San Jose, Calif., Atlona designs and develops products for a diverse range of commercial and residential A/V and IT markets worldwide.
Control4’s Brad Hintze shares how security professionals can profit from an expanded and scalable home automation ecosystem.
Through its integration of the ButterflyMX smart intercom, Boston’s Portside at East Pier gives residents a more enhanced, secure experience.