Automation control solutions major RTI made a special record of sorts at the ISE this year, as it marked its presence at the show with its 25th anniversary. The company packaged its offerings at the show with some interesting on-site training on its new Integration Designer APEX programming software in multiple languages – including English, French, German, Polish, Italian, and Spanish – besides some exciting product launches.
The new product launches included the KX10 in-wall and CX10 countertop/under-cabinet user interfaces. Both feature a large, fully customizable 10-inch LCD touchscreen, along with direct control options and HD video capabilities. The new CX10 is designed with flexibility in mind, enabling it to be set on a countertop or inverted and mounted under a cabinet with a wide tilt range to provide the best viewing angle. Both touchscreens double as high-resolution displays where users can watch HD video via the HDBaseT video input, and also support video intercom functionality.
Also on display was the new AD-16x 16×16 audio matrix switcher an ideal solution for large, multi-zone audio installations, delivering complete audio management in every zone, including parametric equalizing, input gain adjustment, volume, and balance control — all configurable via a convenient web interface.
Rounding out RTI’s control and automation ecosystem is the company’s two-way driver integration. Supporting the latest devices and equipment on the market, RTI integrates with a variety of third-party electronic systems, including recently released drivers for Bose, Bluesound, MuxLab, QMotion, and more.
“We started RTI with a vision of creating a remote that would simplify the control experience, making it more intuitive and enjoyable for users,” said Mike Everett, Vice-President of Sales and Marketing, Americas, RTI. “Now, 25 years later, we continue to build on this vision by delivering innovative control and automation solutions that allow users to interact with their entertainment and environment with confidence and ease.”