Kramer Races Forward with Upgrade to Its Cloud−Based Control Solution

August 11-2015

Kramer Races Forward with Upgrade to Its Cloud−Based Control Solution

Kramer releases K−Touch 3.1 to further enhance the company’s award−winning Cloud−based solution for designing advanced, user−friendly room−control systems for lights, screens, sound, any AV equipment, HVAC, thermostats, and more.

K−Touch 3.1 expands the platform’s ease of use and reduces configuration time with features such as sliders and new drag−and−drop programming modules for Apple TV, cameras, Vera™ Smarter Home Control products, Centralite Lighting, and Kramer’s FC−26 I/O connectivity product. K−Touch 3.1 also introduces Apple TV IP control, immersive full−screen mode and support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+, further improving the integrator’s user experience.

“I believe this new release sends a strong message to both our integrators and end−users: K−Touch is and will continue to be the most innovative, cost−effective and easiest−to−use room control solution on the market,” said Aviv Ron, VP Business Development & Strategy at Kramer.

K−Touch is ideal for any AV environment, e.g., Corporate, Education, Entertainment, and Houses of Worship.

With K−Touch, end−users can control any device in the room over Ethernet. The solution is scalable to over 100 devices, all controllable from any iOS or Android touch screen.

Non−Ethernet−based devices with RS−232, GPIO, relays, or IR can be controlled over Ethernet using Kramer FC−series I/O connectivity products or third−party devices. Kramer RC−series button controllers can also be incorporated into any project to provide tactile operation.  

The platform lets integrators provide remote Cloud−based support and updates to customers without having to be on−site. This offers significant cost savings and higher ROI.

K−Touch is easy and quick to learn. Kramer offers a simple online training course that can be completed in just a few hours. An extensive support database is available online and includes tutorials, articles, videos, and sample project files with additional instructions on performing both simple and complex tasks.