HomeSeer Technologies Supplies Automation to Fox Televison Series "Renovate My Family"

HomeSeer automation software chosen by SmartHome as control system for remodeled homes.

BEDFORD, NH - - - Aug 31, 2004 - - - HomeSeer Technologies announces that it has been chosen by SmartHome Inc. to provide automation software for the new FOX televison series "Renovate My Family". The series airs Sept 1 with a 2 hour preview show. The show includes a total makeover of the home owners home. HomeSeer's automation software "HomeSeer" is used to automate the SmartHome lighting system as well as control audio/video equipment. HomeSeer's voice recognition is also used to make life easier for the home owner.

"We are proud that SmartHome has chosen HomeSeer to run the automation in these remodeled homes.", states Richard Helmke, president of HomeSeer Technologies.

For more information, visit the SmartHome show website at, or the FOX website at

HomeSeer Technologies flagship product "HomeSeer" is a PC based home automation application that gives the user control of his home from any web browser or telephone. The software supports a wide range of third party hardware and software. HomeSeer Technologies web site is

HomeSeer Technologies was founded in 1999 by Richard J. Helmke to address the need for Internet enabling home automation.

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HomeSeer is a registered trademark of HomeSeer Technologies LLC.

For more information visit the HomeSeer website at, or email

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