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The CEDIA quarterly newsletter, CEDIA Communicates, aims to bring you the latest industry news and updates on the association's activities and initiatives. 

Check out the digital version of the latest edition:



COVER STORY: The Sound Sense Journey


Ankur Bhatt, Owner of Sound Sense, explains the ins and outs of what makes his team tick and how CEDIA has become an integral part of their journey.


A chat with the inventor of the tool that helps integrators build – and sell – the best dedicated home cinemas.




See all the winners from around the world here.



 
The Signal in the Noise

A recap of the central themes of John Penney’s Keynote at CEDIA 2018.




Meet the 32-year-old founder of the Mexican firm Inteligable.





Intuitive Homes and Ultamation teamed up on this project, winning both a CEDIA Award for Best Integrated Home Level II (EMEA), and a Global trophy, too.



The Importance of Soft Skills


Soft skills include talents like communicating well, having a positive attitude and a strong work ethic, exhibiting leadership qualities, and more.





Aging in Place: A Primer

Aging in Place integrations offer their own sets of challenges — and opportunities. Here’s an overview.




Joel Silver and the Science of Images

A conversation with the winner of CEDIA’s 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award, Joel Silver of the Imaging Science Foundation.




Members Celebrate Their Anniversaries

As CEDIA turns 30, we talk to members who are celebrating successful businesses.






 There's a singular quality that Andrew Jones looks for when he's designing speakers, whether he's working for Pioneer, KEF, TAD, ELAC, or anyone else.



What is a PDK or Programming Scope Document?

How can a company document and convey the operation and function of a large and complex integration system in someone’s home? That is where the PDK (Programming Design Kit) or Programming Scope Document comes into play.


A CEDIA member from India has insights on how economic reforms in his country will impact his integration firm.




“The toughest part of a job? Sometimes it’s the last 5%.” – Anon.


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