Global Caché and Dad In A Shed

Posted on 19. May, 2015 by in Press Releases, Press Releases


Companies Deliver Automation for Physically Challenged

Jacksonville, OR, USA – May 19, 2015Global Caché, the leading independent manufacturer of IP, WiFi, and HTTP enabling connectivity products for the control and automation market, announced today they have entered into a strategic partnership with Dad In A Shed, makers of the newly launched Eye-R product for the control and automation of infrared devices either by touch, switch, or eye control.

Global Caché’s products connect almost any electrical device to a WiFi 2014-09-09_16-40-44and/or IP network so it can be controlled, automated, and maintained by network-based software. The company offers other connectivity products and services, including IR learning and the award-winning Control Tower IR database, available in the cloud (

source.fwInspired by his own difficulty sourcing equipment and aids for a handicapped child, the founder of Dad In A Shed is focused upon making affordable, reliable, and easy to install products for the disability market. Dad In A Shed offers a lineup of products, including Eyetomation, a collaboration with The Eye Tribe and their Eye Tracker, which employs eye gaze automation, Eye Desktop which allow complete PC access via Eye Gaze mouse emulation and Eye-R for infrared device control. Eye-R can be used with any existing Windows 7 or later PC, or can be added to the Dad In A Shed Eye Gaze Bundle.

“It’s a pleasure to partner with Dad In A Shed,” said Global Caché VP, Robin Ford. “I love that their founder was moved to create products by his desire to help his child. To be part of a control and automation solution made specifically for the physically challenged is especially rewarding and adds another dimension of gratification to the work we do. We look forward to a successful partnership supplying a meaningful and comprehensive product that enriches lives.”

“Our goal is to generate products that make life easier for disabled people,” said Steve Smith, Dad In A Shed CEO. “Global Caché products, especially the IR products along with the Control Tower IR database, made the Eye-R product much simpler and easy to develop. We are very happy with this alliance and know that the combined products from Dad In A Shed and Global Caché makes a powerful and affordable solution for many people that can use it.”

About Global Caché, Inc.
Global Caché designs, engineers, and manufactures connectivity products that HTTP, IP, and WiFi enable previously unconnected devices in homes and businesses so they can be accessed, controlled, and automated using network-based software on smartphones, tablets, controllers, and computing devices. In addition to our iTach, iTach Flex, and GC-100 Network Adapter product families, Global Caché, winner of many industry awards, including the CES Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Honoree award and two prestigious CEPro Product of the Year awards, provides the industry’s first online IR database, Control Tower, winner of the 2015 CEA Mark of Excellence award, as well as IR learner, IR blasters, sensors, receivers, and conversion cables. Global Caché sells through distributors, VARs, and OEMs. For more information on Global Caché and our products and services or to place an order, visit online at or call us at 541-899-4800. Visit our free IR database in the cloud, Control Tower, at

About Dad In A Shed
Since 1983 Dad In A Shed has been creating and sourcing SEN, Communication and Access products that make life easier for handicapped children and adults. Dad In A Shed is dedicated to providing highly reliable, cost effective, and innovative products to serve an underserved market, the disabled. To learn more about Dad In A Shed and our products, please visit our web site at

Rusty Keller, Global Caché

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