Currently LifeSmart communicates with IKAIR through Cloud protocol, and communicates with SONOS & Phillips hue through LAN protocol

Smart Home Interview - LifeSmart

Contributed by | LifeSmart

LifeSmart, Inc. is a modern, high-tech internet enterprise specializing in smart home development.

  • Established in 2011, Hang zhou, China
  • Offices in Hang zhou ,  Shen zhen & San Jose (USA)
  • About 30 R&D people
  • Focus on below area:          
  • The most advanced home automation solution 
  • Security system
  • Light management
  • Energy management
  • Intelligent cooperation
  • Mobile App         

With our experienced team, every step of the process from design to development and management to marketing, we strive to create outstanding hardware, software, and services to bring lifestyle convenience to our users.

With our flagship products: the Smart Station, Wireless Camera, Multi-Sensor, Motion Sensor, Three-Way In-Wall Light Switch, Magic Light Strip, and more, we dedicate ourselves to keeping prices competitive and providing excellent customer service.

Which technologies do your products use to communicate with each other and how does it work?

LifeSmart products use RF433 GFSK technology to communicate with each other.

Once you have the LifeSmart Smart Station and LifeSmart app, you can add as many devices as you want to customize your smart home. Every smart device can have intelligent linkage with others.

Do your products communicate with products from other manufacturers using a standard protocol? (which one)

Currently LifeSmart communicates with IKAIR through Cloud protocol, and communicates with SONOS &  Phillips hue through  LAN protocol.

What types of devices do you manufacture or provide?

  • Controllers
    LifeSmart Station is the controller of the whole system.
  • Software/Apps
    LifeSmart App is one part of LifeSmart system. In conjunction with the LifeSmart Station, the LifeSmart App is your personalized portal to an intelligent home. Access and manage your lifestyle in comfort from any location. 
  • Security Devices
    LifeSmart Security Kits
    Including Smart Station,Wireless Camera, Motion Sensor & Open-close Sensor.
    Intelligent monitoring with real-time notification; Smart movement analysis,perfect for anti-theft; View event as they happen-any time, any where.

     
  • Lighting and Automation Devices
    LifeSmart Magic Light Strip Kits
    Millions of color settings, suitable for any mood; Fully customizable dynamic effects;Seamlessly integrated with other LifeSmart devices;Vivid displays with with ultra-low energy usage.

Can your products be installed by the homeowner or are special skills and tools required?

LifeSmart products can be installed directly by homeowners and no special skills & tools required

In a short paragraph or 2 please describe how your products fit into a Smart Home scenario and how they are set up to work together to perform automated tasks.

Under the company’s smart home ecosystem, people can wirelessly control the light switch and bulb, automatically adjust the humidity、temperature and air quality of their house, turn on or off electronic devices like heater and coffeemaker through smart outlet on the smartphone.

In addition, people can view and control their home around-the-clock no matter where they are via wireless camera on the smartphone, while real-time alarm and a snap-shot picture will be sent to their smartphone once any abnormal moves are spotted.

LifeSmart designed a easiest install & use system. As soon as the Smart Station connects to the internet , all the smart devices can easily make up a intelligent system, every smart device not only singly working with smart station, but also has  mutual linkage with others. Such as wireless camera takes a photo shot as soon as the door is open, and the light turns on at the same time. 

 

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Comments (3)

There is no doubt that wireless home security alarm systems are becoming the preferred choice over hardwired alarm system when it comes to burglar alarms in the home.One of the best advantages of this type of system is that it is very easy for the do-it-yourself installer. This is because we no longer have to perform complex wiring of different components on our home security system. With a wireless security system, there are very few components and each of these components is very easy to install. But that doesn't mean that these types of security systems are not without their faults. For example, unless we have meticulously planned it out, it is likely that there will be some spots in our home that are not protected by your system. The reason for this is simple -- since signals are transmitted by a main control unit, if they are transmitted to a component that is outside of the reach, that component will not receive the proper signals. Therefore, there is a higher chance that your home will not be as secure as you may like. However, with the proper placement of the wireless sensors in our home, our wireless home security alarm system will be just as secure -- if not more -- than a hardwired system. I would like to thanks http://www.homesecuritygenius.com/home-alarm-and-security for their quality services that they are offering to me from last 3 years.
I do think that a wireless home security system is best. Wireless means the system cannot be impaired with the help of wire cutters. In general terms a wireless system can be placed at remote places, without worrying about the wiring. Get more regarding security sytems here. http://www.chamberlaindiy.com.au/products/decoration-motion-lighter/security-motion-lighting
Len gave many good suggestions, but here's some more, with one clarification. 1GHz or 2GHz? - This is about frequency, not transmit power or range. In fact, higher frequency transmitters generally have shorter range and more trouble going through materials like walls and doors. So, unless the 2GHz systems use much stronger transmitters (limited by the FCC), they won't go as far. It's physics. Wired or Wireless - A burglar won't know the difference from the outside. In fact, they won't even know if the security alarm sticker is just a bluff or if you really have one unless they call your bluff and break in. That itself may be enough deterrent. Remote Monitoring - It's a personal choice, but I'm not a fan of security monitoring services and would rather that alerts come directly to my own phone and/or the local fire & police service. That's because I view security companies as a great place to work as an intern for would-be burglars, and I don't want anyone to know what kind of system I have (wired or wireless, motion sensors or contact sensors). Cellular - Beyond battery backup, I suggest that all security systems use cellular communications and not rely on POTS or VOIP phone service, since it's just as easy to cut the communication wires and the electrical service.

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