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Recent News & Editorials

Below you’ll find our most recent comprehensive reporting from a variety of publications about Liquid Automation and our Projects.


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AUGUST 2019

The Liquid Automation Team has won 1 CEDIA Award for our work at Auckland City Council.

The award presented was for:

  • Best Documentation

Automation AwardIt has now been 11 out of 12 years that we have received an award in this category.


AUGUST 2018

The Liquid Automation Team has won 2 CEDIA 2018 awards for our work on the 145 foot Sailing Yacht Hemisphere, a 5 man refit located in Cospicua, Malta.

The awards presented were for:

  • Best Marine, Auto, Aircraft
  • Technology Meets Design

208 CEDIA AWARDSThis marks a huge milestone for us, as it has now been 10 years in a row that we have won the Best Marine Category! Click on the link below to read the Article.


MAY 2018

Liquid Automation have been featured in the June 2018 Issue of “Widescreen Custom home and Theater Design” Magazine out of the USA for our work on the award winning Melbourne home theater . A special thank you to Wavetrain Theaters who we worked with on this project.  Click on the link below to read the Article.


February 2018

Liquid Automation have been featured on the CEDIA website - an article written about the project for which we won Best Integrated Home (level 4), Best Media Room (level 3) and Best Documentation in August 2017. Click here to read the article.

ENTERTAINMENT

Liquid Automation’s CEDIA award winning entertainment systems provide one simple, intuitive way to select and use any number of entertainment devices, including; radio, iPod, Apple TV, DVD, audio video server, satellite TV, digital terrestrial TV and IPTV. We have also provided video walls to create a stunning effect on an otherwise bare wall.

Audio & Video

Audio and video is generally distributed around a yacht over a custom fibre optic or ethernet based digital media matrix. This Matrix also has the ability to distribute navigation sources and cctv and be viewed on a touchpanel or ipad.

We can make the system easily accessible by designing the touchpanel to not only have an intuitive interface, but also guide the user through the process with the addition of simple questions and prompts. This type of touchpanel design ensures ease of operation for the full-time crew and short term guests alike.

International systemsMarine Entertainment Systems

Our custom system has an extensive range of pre-loaded controls for satellite, terrestrial and digital decoders from around the world. At the touch of a button, the ship’s engineer can select the country the yacht is in, thereby selecting the correct control for that regions decoder. In addition, the radio frequency steps will change, allowing for a true international capable entertainment system.

Custom screens and lifts

Liquid Automation can design and integrate many automated devices including custom TV/art work lifts to waterproof marine projection screens.

Intelligent source selectionMarine Entertainment Systems

We have the ability to adapt to specific vessel limitations and provide a seamless result for you, the end user. For example:

If there are not enough decoders for every cabin, there will be a priority order. For example, if there was a yacht with 12 TV’s and only three decoders, the priority would be:

  1. Owners (has one dedicated)
  2. Guest areas including Saloon
  3. Captain
  4. Crew areas

When the saloon selects Sat TV first, it takes sat decoder #2 and will have full control. If any other area selects Sat TV on the remote, Sat TV #2 will show as “IN USE” by the saloon, and a banner will appear on the screen over the Sat TV page, showing that the saloon has control. Local control will not be available until the saloon either switches off or selects a different source. If a crew area selects Sat TV, no “IN USE” indication will appear on any guest remotes. So if a guest selects the same decoder they will take over the control and the crew area will get the “IN USE” indication.