Kangaroo Point Smart Home
These Australian case studies showcase RTI installations completed in residential, commercial, and hospitality applications. Click on the project heading to download the pdf with the full story and equipment list.
Australian Residential Projects-
Packing a home to the gills with technology is one thing, and making it “smart” is quite another. Real intelligence comes from bringing all of its separate electronic systems together under a unified control system, enabling the convenience of automation and the simplicity of one-button scenes. For this family in Kangaroo Point, their control system also needed to be completely reliable, offer simple but elegant interfaces to complement the home’s aesthetic, and provide remote access capabilities on mobile devices. To meet these requirements, Sydney integrator Ryelec Automation relied on RTI’s control platform.
30 Channel Private Home Cinema
Sydney-based integrator Len Wallis knocked it out of the park again with this spectacular three-tier private home cinema room. In this project, the RTI control system left the entire family completely confident to operate this cinema room with the works. Try 30 (!) channels of audio, Trinnov surround processor, Kaleidescape movie server, Stewart masking screen and hi-end Sony 4K projector, all controlled with a single iPad app courtesy of RTI control.
High-End Home Theatre
RTI provides intuitive control of this reference-grade home theatre, giving the integrator complete control of the user-experience regardless of the complexity of the system. “Not only did RTI replace all of the individual component remotes with an elegant app, but it left the homeowners completely confident in operating their system,” said the cinema's designer, Alberto Vangi of Len Wallis Audio. "Our client is overjoyed with their home theatre and providing them with a high level of control was an essential element in achieving that result.” Featured in Sound & Image Magazine
Massive Victorian Residence
Australian integrator Zentec wrapped up the largest and most complex residential installation the company has ever undertaken. Over the course of several years, and multiple development stages, Zentec has outfitted the home with three lighting systems, 50 automated window blinds, 17 television zones, a home theatre, 13 audio zones, three pool control systems, heating and AC systems, a security system with live camera feeds, door and gate control, and voice control via Amazon Alexa.
Stylish Sydney Home
With a penchant for entertaining, the owners of a new home in Sydney, Australia wanted to spend time with guests instead of working with their high-end AV components to play music or videos. To ensure this, not only did they require an exceptionally easy-to-use control system, but they wanted its interfaces to offer a slick, modern look. To meet both of these needs, integrator Chase AV relied on solutions from RTI. Featured in Sound & Image Magazine.
Australian Commercial and Hospitality Projects-
Albion Park RSL Club
The Albion Park RSL Memorial Club in New South Wales features 50 televisions across its bar, bistro, and function spaces. Until recently, employees carried a bucket of remotes around to all TVs, turning each one on and changing channels as needed — a process that took at least an hour a day. It was time for an overhaul, with the top priority being ease of use. Integrator Cabling & Wireless turned to RTI.
Calile Hotel Brisbane
The newly completed 178 room Calile Hotel is stylish and visually stunning, but much of its appeal to guests is in the soothing ambience that greets them from the moment they arrive at its entrance. Much credit for this subtle effect goes to the designers of the hotel’s AV system, Soho Sound Design and Futurism Technology Australia, whose sophisticated installation runs under the control of RTI processors, touchscreens, and interfaces. Featured in SI Asia Magazine
Brighton Le Sands RSL Club Sydney
In 2017, the Brighton Le Sands RSL Club in Sydney underwent a complete refurbishment, which included new audio, video, and lighting systems. With its new technology, ease of use was a primary concern for club management, which wanted the systems to essentially run themselves with minimal employee intervention. Furthermore, when staff interaction was needed, management wanted employees to utilise touchscreen controllers with easy-to-understand interfaces. To meet these requirements, WED Group turned to RTI.
with Matt Joyce, WED Group.
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