CEDIA 2017 Recap: 4 Things You Don’t Want to Forget

Key takeaways from CEDIA 17 that highlight the quickly evolving world of home technology and automation At a feet-on-the-floor level, the overarching theme of CEDIA this year dealt with connecting and enhancing life through technology; sweet, delicious technology. Our legs are exhausted from three incredible days at CEDIA 2017 in San Diego but we have…

What’s Blocking My Cell Phone Signal?

Building materials, organic factors, cell tower location, cell tower capacity and a variety of other factors can have a negative impact on your cell phone signal. So, you’ve got bad cell reception and your Fitbit numbers are climbing from baby-stepping around the building to get a better connection? More than likely walking outside right now…

Fire Code Changes: Does It Affect My Building?

A new federal fire code law is making both commercial and residential buildings safer for emergency responders and occupants by eliminating signal “dead zones” and ensuring smooth two-way communication. Local governments and municipalities are enforcing these fire code laws and citing property owners with fines or delaying projects until buildings comply with these codes. GSD…

Field Technologies, A Special Report: Your Essential Guide to the ELD Mandate

From basic overview to solution selection criteria, this report is your go-to guide to ensuring compliance with the ELD mandate. If You’re Frustrated By The ELD Mandate, Consider These 3 Points Many of the companies I’ve spoken with that are impacted by the ELD (electronic logging device) mandate are frustrated by its existence. While that’s…

Must-Haves for the Mobile Worker

A traveling cellular signal via a cell phone signal booster is a vital part of the mobile worker’s arsenal. A recent study predicted that by 2020, 73 percent of the U.S. workforce would be comprised of mobile workers – that’s almost three quarters of working professionals! A day in the life of a mobile worker…

Storm-Chaser Approved: Meteorologist Reviews the Fusion2Go 2.0

In May, I went through a couple of cell phone amplifiers. I moved away from my Wilson amplifier, as I needed something that supported a number of clients/networks at once and simultaneous transmit/receive. I then spent almost $600 on the Max Signal cell phone amplifier. It was touted as a great device, but I never…