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Lutron is acknowledged throughout the lighting industry for its expansive product offerings,
continued technological achievements, and stringent quality standards. Lutron has been
recognized as the preferred brand by lighting designers and specifiers worldwide.
Lutron Electronics designs and manufactures lighting controls and lighting control systems for
both residential and commercial applications. The company offers a wide variety of light dimmers,
whole-home and whole-building dimming systems, controllable window treatments and colormatched accessories, including wallplates, receptacles, fan controls, and more.
Since 1989, ELAN has been dedicated to simplifying and enhancing the smart home experience.
Elan bring advanced smart home automation systems to homeowners and businesses across the world. Their award-winning smart home entertainment and control system seamlessly combines whole home audio and video, TV, climate, lighting and other home systems with an easy-to-use interface that puts you in control, from anywhere in the home or anywhere in the world.
The Google Nest product range consists of smart speakers, smart displays, streaming devices, thermostats, smoke detectors, routers, and security systems with cameras, locks, and doorbells that are all compatible with smart technology.
Former Apple developers Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers co-founded Nest Labs in 2010 and initially owned the Nest brand name. The Nest Learning Thermostat, which was released in 2011, is the company’s flagship product and its initial offering. Programmability, self-learning, sensor-drivenness, and Wi-Fi connectivity are all aspects that can be found in other Nest products. In October 2013, it was followed by the Nest Protect smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. The business launched its Nest Cam brand of security cameras starting in June 2015 after purchasing Dropcam in 2014.
By the end of 2012, the company had quickly grown to employ more than 130 people. In January 2014, when Nest Labs had 280 employees, Google purchased the firm for US$3.2 billion. Nest had more than 1,100 employees as of the end of 2015 and had also opened a main engineering facility in Seattle.
Nest operated independently of Google from 2015 to 2018 following Google’s reorganisation under the holding firm Alphabet Inc. However, Nest’s existence as a standalone company was effectively ended in 2018 when it was integrated into Google’s home-devices division, which is run by Rishi Chandra. The announcement that all Google Home electronics products will now be sold under the Google Nest brand was made in July 2018.
Recognising this need for freedom of expression, The Bradley Collection has turned conventional manufacturing philosophy on its head. The brand’s mission is to offer maximum choice and flexibility, meaning it has consciously chosen complexity. Mastering the challenges of sampling, production and consistency of finish, while making client specification simple and speed of delivery exceptional, has taken creativity and organisation.
However, the end result is a unique palette with more than 100 colour and coat options: Each item is personally tailored to the project, made to order, and delivered with satisfying quickness. It is simple to specify from basic finish samplers.
At Taylor Smart Homes, we are proud to have become members of CEDIA, a network that focuses on smart home technology. For us, this is something we are delighted to be a part of, but what does that mean for you?
CEDIA is a global trade association that focuses on smart home technology. CEDIA stands for Custom Electronics Design and Installation Association and is the international trade association representing the professional home automation/smart home technology industry.
It brings together industry professionals who are involved in various advanced technologies that can benefit the homeowner. Businesses that are members of CEDIA include custom electronics design manufacturers, integrators, installers and anyone providing training when it comes to setting up or using smart home technologies.