Crestron Pyng among connected devices applauded for enhancing lifestyle and increasing productivity
This week during the Microsoft keynote address at Computex Taipei 2015, the largest Information and Communications Technology (ICT) trade show in Asia, Microsoft Vice President of Worldwide OEM, Nick Parker featured Crestron Pyng in his presentation about the Internet of Things (IoT). Parker discussed the benefits of connected devices and solutions like these to help make our lives easier and more productive, and help both individuals and businesses save time and money.
Parker went on to outline Microsoft’s strategy and business opportunities the Windows® platform creates for partners, such as Crestron, and showcased a range of the latest innovations of hardware on stage during the keynote.
Parker noted in a Microsoft blog post, “We also featured Crestron Pyng, elegant home automation technology that utilizes Azure™ IoT services to connect lighting, shades, audio, thermostats, door locks and security systems, so that everything works together intelligently to make life easier.”
Crestron Pyng was released in late 2014 and has been wildly popular among residential integrators and homeowners. It's the innovative new home automation platform that enables set up and control in just a few easy steps right from the iPad®.
Technology integrators can rapidly create lifestyle scenes for each room, schedule events, and much more without ever opening a laptop. Crestron Pyng also empowers homeowners to confidently make changes to their scenes, settings, and even system schedules right from the app. Pyng makes your smart home even smarter by learning how technology is used so the system can be tailored to seamlessly blend with any lifestyle and save energy.
Computex Taipei 2015 welcomed the top ICT innovators and entrepreneurs from every corner of the world who gathered to showcase the most advanced and innovative products, attracting more than 38,000 international visitors.Read more about the Microsoft keynote event here.