Future Automation Enters U.S. Market - Twice

Future Automation Enters U.S. Market

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Hertfordshire, United Kingdom - Future Automation, the British supplier of high-end flat-panel mounting solutions and automated lifts, will begin distributing in the United States, and debut its lines at next month's CEDIA Expo.

The company designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of lift mechanisms for flat screens, wall mounts, projector mounts and drops, moving panel mechanisms, ceiling mounts and drops, floor and table mounts, as well as a full line of control, connectivity and safety accessories. It also offers custom design services.

Future Automation said it is entering the U.S. market "to fill a gaping hole in the high-end custom home market."

"Custom integrators need to offer their affluent clientele innovative solutions to meet the challenges of integrating technology discretely within the interior scheme," said marketing director Ollie French. "We've been doing this for more than a decade throughout Europe and are truly excited to bring our solutions to the U.S."

French said every Future Automation lift, drop or mount, whether a standard product offering or custom design, is 100 percent handcrafted with the highest quality materials available. Future Automation's state-of-the-art facilities enable the company to customize in 3D and 2D through the use of a laser profiling machine, CNC lathes, CNC mills and a full metal fabrication facility.

All Future Automation products are designed to interface with whichever third-party control system that the integrator requires.  

The company said it has "the ability to meet any motorized automation requirement -- from hidden bookcases, to revolving pool tables and moving room dividers, or anything else a customer and integrator can dream up."

Future Automation will exhibit in booth 1940 at CEDIA Expo, as well as in the CEDIA Future Technology Pavilion, in booth 4754.

More information is available at

www.futureautomation.co.uk

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