Colorado-based Wybron, Inc’s InfoTrace System won its third new product award in the past three months at the 2006 Worship Facilities Conference and Expo (WFX) held recently in Dallas, TX. This award recognizes the InfoTrace system as one of the most innovative new technology products to hit the houses of worship market.

During the PLASA and LDI trade shows, Wybron also won new product awards for InfoTrace. This is the first time any product has won all three awards in one year.

“We are very pleased that the worship market has recognized Wybron’s contribution of innovative value-added lighting solutions,” says Larry Turner, CEO of Wybron. “We are focused on this marketplace and its need for state-of-the-art lighting technology that enhances congregants’ experience.”

The InfoTrace Control and Management System is the industry's first RDM (Remote Device Management) system that allows users to remotely discover all of their equipment, control it, and know that it works. InfoTrace allows lighting designers and technicians to gain greater control of their lighting systems and work more efficiently.

Turner accepted the 2006 WFX New Product Award at an awards ceremony held during the trade show. “The worship market continues to expand and we are working with technical directors at these facilities to support their unique needs,” he adds. “We want to express our gratitude to WFX for recognizing the InfoTrace system at this prominent show.”