SnapAV, Devourer of Worlds
It’s time for another roundup of news from the residential side of the AV industry, followed by insight from people working in the trenches.
Indiegogo is now not just for video games, apparently. Domotron launches their campaign for their smart home hub. Looking at the potential of crowd-funded solutions.
Apple HomeKit is now compatible with abode systems. Is this something to write home about? Looking at DIY solutions in the market.
Sonos acquires AI voice platform Snips. Is Sonos going to be throwing their hat into the voice control ring? What this means for the company and their solutions going forward.
Also, SnapAV products are available to get directly from Control4 in Canada. Tracking SnapAV’s constantly growing influence over the AV industry.
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ResiWeek is the residential news and analysis version of AVWeek, AVNation’s longest running program. The weekly program is hosted by Matt D. Scott, owner of Omega Audio Video in London, Ontario. Scott has been involved in the audiovisual industry since he was 17 years old. Matt started servicing houses of worship throughout the Ontario area and moved into residential. Scott has served on the CEDIA board of directors since 2018. His opinions are his own and should not be seen as reflecting or representing those of CEDIA or its board.
Matt is an accomplished lighting designer, audiovisual systems designer, and marketing expert. Scott created the original website for AVNation and continues to direct the marketing and art assets of the organization. Scott is part owner of AVNation Media, Inc and has been involved with the organization since shortly after its creation. Like AVWeek, ResiWeek is modeled after This Week in Tech where the host will read news stories of the week and panelists aim to provide context, analysis, and their opinion on why the stories matter to the residential AV industry. If you would like to be a panelist on ResiWeek, you can email Tim Albright at firstname.lastname@example.org