K-Touch 3.1 Enhances User Experience and Reduces Configuration Time with New Drag-and-Drop Room-Control Modules and more
11 August 2015
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.
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
“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.
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.
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.
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.
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.