RTI to Join Lutron Caséta Wireless 13-City Launch Tour

July 17, 2014
Remote Technologies Incorporated will team with Lutron to showcase Lutron's Caséta Wireless lighting controls in a 13-city launch tour this month. The tour will reveal how Caséta Wireless dimmers and Serena, Sivoia QS Triathlon, and select Sivoia QS Wireless shades integrate with a variety of RTI’s user interfaces in hands-on demonstrations in Chicago at the Westin Chicago Northwest today, July 17; in Fort Lauderdale, FL, at the Sheraton Fort Lauderdale on July 29; and on July 31 in Seattle at the Renaissance Seattle Hotel.
 
Covering 13 cities total, on the aforementioned dates, an RTI representative will be on hand to demonstrate how Lutron’s new simple and affordable light and shade control solutions integrate seamlessly with RTI control systems to provide end users with a single system for control over all aspects of their environment.

“We’re very excited to join such a respected industry leader as Lutron on this tour,” said Pete Baker, vice president of marketing and sales, RTI. “Through integration with Lutron’s latest product offerings, we are able to provide integrators with an intuitive solution for simple, reliable, and energy-saving connected-home control within a powerful RTI user interface.”

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