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Crestron powers up for more control

Crestron powers up for more control

Crestron powers up for more control

Control and automation specialist Crestron has expanded its control portfolio to provide more control to more spaces with the introduction of Crestron Control for Zoom Rooms, Crestron VC-4 Virtual Control Server and Crestron Construct updates. Crestron Control brings multiple protocols and technologies into one unified system, and Crestron Control App for Zoom Rooms Software enables videoconferencing systems to natively use Crestron Control to expand its capabilities. It delivers control over everything from lighting, shades, AV solutions and peripherals on a single user interface, and even extends to the Zoom Rooms software platform itself. Crestron says the Control App for Zoom Rooms Software also provides users with flexibility; systems can be easily scaled and applications can be added based on the needs of the customer. It is available for download in the Zoom App Marketplace.

Meanwhile, the Crestron VC-4 Virtual Control software gives enterprise IT teams the ability to design and configure a room’s UC, AV and control solutions, and allows them to save those configurations and automate them in a fraction of the time. Extending its reach, Crestron has introduced a simplified version for medium to large-scale, time-sensitive projects. The Virtual Control Server 25 (VC-4-SERVER-25) is licensed to support 25 rooms, with the ability to scale to 500. It is designed to manage control across floors, buildings and campuses such as higher education, government and enterprise environments.

Finally, Crestron’s drag-and-drop Crestron Construct UI has additional authorisation support which allows Crestron Construct projects to be securely launched by users without requiring an additional login into the control system. Multi-resolution support has also been developed to improve managing multiple devices in the project.

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