Crestron Press Release February 07, 2012
Crestron Receives Most InAVative Commercial Control Solution for the Second Year in a Row
For the second consecutive year, Crestron picked up the ‘Most InAVative Commercial Control Solution’ award for the MC3 at the InAVation Awards ceremony. Presented at ISE 2012, the InAVation Awards recognize some of the key application areas driving the use and integration of AV technologies throughout the region.
Upon winning the award, Petra van Meeuwen, PR Manager, Crestron International commented, “Once again we are delighted to win the commercial control solution category at the InAVate awards. The awards are voted for by the industry, and this year with a record number of votes cast, we are delighted to come out on top in a very competitive category.”
The MC3’s exclusive programming architecture lets programmers independently develop and run device-specific programs for AV, lighting, HVAC, security, etc. Even as the system grows, processing resources can easily be shifted from one 3-Series processor to another without rewriting any code. The end benefit is dramatically simplified upgradability with minimal downtime, whether implementing changes on site or remotely via the network.
The Crestron MC3 presents a giant leap forward in control system design. Featuring the all-new Core 3 OS control engine, the system integrates entertainment, AV distribution, security and environmental systems. And, with built-in infiNET EX® wireless technology, native mobile and Web-based control, and onboard media rendering, the MC3 affords vast new, more affordable ways to control everything.