Kramer to unveil K-Touch 3.0 at InfoComm 2015

Kramer is to introduce the K-Touch version 3.0 platform at InfoComm 2015 in Orlando, Florida. It is a cloud-based system for designing BYOD room-control and automation eco-systems.

With K-Touch 3.0, integrators can design advanced control and automation for room elements such as lights, screens, sound, HVAC, thermostats, and any existing AV system.

Designers can scale to over 100 devices in the cloud, all controllable from any tablet or mobile touch screen.

K-Touch 3.0 can be operated from and iOS or Android touch screen and is designed for a variety of AV environments, such as corporate, education, entertainment, and houses of worship.

K-Touch 3.0 includes pre-programmed, drag-and-drop modules for control system design. K-Touch modules represent a variety of media programs and devices commonly used in control and automation environments.

K-Touch 3.0 enables the control of room elements via Ethernet, with Kramer FC-series format converters or third-party controllers, room elements can be controlled via RS-232, GPIO, relays, or IR. Kramer RC-series button controllers can also be incorporated into any project to provide tactile operation.

K-Touch 3.0’s platform offers integrators cost savings and higher ROI by allowing them to provide remote cloud-based support and updates to customers without having to be on-site.

Kramer offers an online training course for K-Touch 3.0 that can be completed in a few hours. A support database for K-Touch 3.0 is available online and includes tutorials, articles, videos, and sample project files that provide additional instructions on performing both simple and complex tasks.