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June 2011
Yesterday, Crestron announced that its new long range remote control for Prodigy home automation systems is now available. PLX3 is part of the complete Prodigy system and combines long-range performance and Crestron customizability for push-button control of almost everything in your home, from anywhere in your home. “PLX3 combines the speed, simplicity and reliability of...
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Who would have guessed that not even a year after talking about Microsoft’s Kinect on the Mile High Automation blog, we’d get a chance to talk about its use as a home automation tool? The handy Xbox 360 accessory has been “hacked” (with Microsoft’s blessing) for many purposes besides controller-free gaming, and home automation is...
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A recent article in the LA Times discusses the new initiative of helping elderly Americans stay in their homes as long as possible. The concept, called aging in place, reportedly increases the standard of living for seniors and is cheaper for society than nursing homes.  Of course, the main goal is the former—improving the quality...
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Matthew graduated Cum Laude from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota with a degree in Business Management.  He has over six years of experience in working with customers designing individual theater and computer systems within the retail environment.  In joining the Mile High Automation team, Matthew began his transition into full house automation design.  His loves...
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Dan started his custom electronics career in 1994 working with high-end home stereo (strictly 2-channel) and complex automotive audio/security systems. The major transition to home theatre, multi-room audio and custom installation came a couple years later. “I feel very lucky to have gotten in on the ground floor of such an amazing and exciting industry”...
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  Diandra graduated with honors from Amherst College in Massachusetts with a degree in Theater and Dance that primarily focused on playwriting. A Colorado native, she started working for Mile High Automation soon after returning to the state.  She routinely puts her writing skills to work on the company’s blog, produces company videos and maintains...
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Michelle graduated with honors from the University of West Georgia with a degree in Political Science. Since becoming a part of Mile High Automation she has enjoyed supporting Josh and Dan in growing the company. “I am always impressed with the innovations and conveniences the home automation industry brings, and Mile High Automation is the...
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Josh graduated Magna Cum Laude from Albright College in Reading, PA with a degree in Business Management & Digital Media. From a young age he had a fascination of technology and how it could improve his and other’s lives. Before founding Mile High Automation, Josh started and ran a successful computer training business as well...
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Google’s ubiquitous influence over the Internet is being called into question by the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC has opened an antitrust investigation into the company’s search and advertising business. Amit Singhal, a Google fellow, wrote in a blog post addressing the matter that “[u]sing Google is a choice — and there are lots of other...
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Profiling tech and toys that make you scratch your head and go, “Why?” VUDU Battle: Los Angeles digital movie card The press release actually does a decent job of making the card seem like a convenience. Walmart isn’t asking people to go to a store to buy a card that they then take back home...
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