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Man-cave to medical sim prizes

The Medical Simulation Centre at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology took away two Crestron Integration Awards in yesterday’s ceremony.

Caverion Norge AS won Best Education Project and Unique Application for demonstrating how Crestron systems can be used within healthcare to improve teaching through simulation.

The awards showcase the finest projects which have incorporated Crestron control systems.

Ultamation & Intuitive Homes designed an automated 360o rotating turntable to encase a supercar in the basement of a client for the ultimate man-cave, taking home the award for Most Innovative Solution as a result.

Dutch custom installer JNV and project developer Dok Vast were garlanded with the ‘Ultimate’ prize for delivering an energy-efficient office for Tesla Motors in Tilburg, the Netherlands. The project received a BREEAM score of five stars, its roof is prepared for 40,000sqm solar panels and the entire building is equipped with automatic dimming LED lighting and motion sensors – all controlled by a bespoke app.

Best Lighting Application went to 4 Kings Security for its circuitry to lighting control of a luxury seven-storey Mayfair residence. Petra van Meeuwen, customer media relations director, Crestron International, said, “This project went beyond just lighting; it enhanced the experience for the owner in their home.”

Other awards went to Elytronic, named Best Integrated Home winner for its elaborate automation of a family home in Cyprus; and Harris Grant’s integration of 60m superyacht MY Madame Kate, which won it the Best User Experience prize.

Stand: 2-C24, 2-E24, 2-E36