August 16, 2010
| by Robert Archer
With Apple continuing to innovate on the mainstream level of consumer electronics, its products are finding ways into the specialty custom electronics market through the industry’s acceptance of its hardware and software solutions.
The latest company adopting Apple’s technologies to drive the use of its custom-oriented product line is Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI), whose products you may have in your house for simplified commands over your A/V, climate, lighting and other systems.
RTI’s new RTiPanel App for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad enables users to control their RTI XP series of remote processor components, including the Minnesota-based company’s flagship XP-8 processor and its XP-6 and XP-3 products.
RTI says custom electronics pros can configure the customizable user interface by using its Integration Designer programming software to facilitate the control of homeowners’ A/V, HVAC, security and home automation devices.
Bob is a dedicated audiophile who has been writing about A/V for Electronic House sister publication CE Pro since 2000.