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Spiceland, IN 47385
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Draper, Inc.

Draper, Inc. creates core, advanced, and tailored solutions for the pro audiovisual marketplace, including projection screens, mounts and structures for LED and LCD, projector enclosures and lifts, window shades, and videoconferencing solutions. Established in 1902, Draper markets through a network of dealers and distributors to commercial, architectural, educational, and residential markets.

Model: Dual Roller FlexShade®

Who says you can’t have it all? The Dual Roller FlexShade® allows two shades in the same window. Enjoy the comfort of glare-free natural light during the day, and of privacy and security in the evenin
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Draper Shade Automation System Wins Architectural Media Awards
Posted on Wednesday, December 23, 2020
Draper Shade Automation System Wins Architectural Media Awards

Dec. 23, 2020 - Shade automation helps improve productivity by reducing glare and solar heat gain, while still allowing natural daylight and views to the outside.

When we introduced our IntelliFlex® I/O scalable, automated shade control system, we knew we were onto something good. IntelliFlex I/O is highly customizable and can grow and adapt as needs change without replacing existing hardware and wiring, providing a scalable automation solution ideal for projects no matter how big or complex.

Our initial excitement at the power of I/O has been confirmed by recognition from two leading architectural publications. IntelliFlex I/O has been named a Record Products winner by Architectural Record, and has also received a Product Innovation Award from Architectural Products Magazine.

Both publications recognized the system’s scalability and flexibility. In particular, judges were impressed by the many ways IntelliFlex I/O can be used to automate shading systems:

"Automated technology is definitely unique compared to other systems on the market." (Architectural Products)

IntelliFlex I/O can be proactive, reactive, or a combination of both. It automates shading systems through a variety of methods, and by using sensors can respond quickly to changing conditions. I/O can also integrate with lighting or other systems. This combination of proactive and reactive capabilities puts a building’s shades where they need to be to best promote thermal and visual comfort and keep occupant productivity from lagging due to glare or heat gain from sitting in unshaded sunlight.