Epson Projectors Add Crestron RoomView
Crestron announced this week that Epson has added RoomView Connected to its new PowerLite Pro G-series line of projectors.
"Epson continually raises the bar, and with RoomView capability onboard, these projectors set a new standard for power and performance," said Crestron director of business development Steve Samson, in a statement.
Once connected to the network, classroom teachers and presenters can control any installed RoomView Connected Epson PowerLite Pro G-series projector. With no programming required, AV and IT managers can globally monitor and control networked projectors throughout a school, campus, or corporate enterprise.
By leveraging the Ethernet port on Epson PowerLite Pro G-series projectors and accessing RoomView, AV managers and support staff can remotely take control of classroom technology, troubleshoot and perform remote system diagnostics, track projector usage and lamp life, log network activity, and more. Remote capabilities allow efficient scheduling of projector power-off at preset times, routine maintenance, faster response times to support calls, alert notifications if projectors are disconnected, and broadcast messaging of emergency alerts to all projectors.
"RoomView is a trusted management software solution that thousands of facility and AV managers rely on for easy network control and monitoring," said Sean Gunduz, product manager for projectors at Epson America, in a statement. "Epson's newest installation projectors are compatible with RoomView, ensuring existing Crestron customers extend their ROI, and providing peace of mind that these Epson projectors will work seamlessly in their networked environment."