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34 • RV PRO • April 2019 rv-pro.com O R I G I N A L E Q U I P M E N T RV remote control systems have officially gone mainstream. That's because no less than General Motors has opted to integrate ASA's iN.Command remote system technology into its new 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD. Jim Hess, vice president of the RV division of ASA Electronics, says that GM's decision represents a giant leap forward for ASA Electronics and for RV remote control technology. And it coincides with ASA Electronics' recent move to the third generation of iN-Command, which offers Global Connect, meaning users can control what's going on in their units from anywhere in the world. "It's the addition of Global Connect and its capabilities that has really pro- pelled iN.Command to the next level," says Hess. "That's what really got the attention of General Motors." ASA Electronics' third generation of iN.Command technology and its strategic partnership with GM are mainstreaming RV remote control technology. By K. Schipper Putting RVers iN.Command At the RV Industry Association's RVX show, ASA Electronics heavily touted the adoption of the iN.Command system in the 2020 Chevy Silverado HD. The technology that is incorporated into the Chevy version (pictured) will allow owners to monitor and control a range of functions on the trailers they're towing, including tank levels, HVAC controls and motorized slide-outs, to name a few. PHOTOS COURTESY OF ASA ELECTRONICS

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