LockState to Demo New Remote Home Monitoring System at the CEDIA EXPO 2013 Home Technology Tradeshow in Denver This Week
LockState, a home automation company that enables homeowners to remotely monitor and control their home door locks and energy use, will provide live demonstrations of their novel remote home monitoring system in booth 2768 at the CEDIA EXPO 2013 Home Technology Tradeshow in Denver at the Colorado Convention Center from September 26-28, 2013. LockState also will attend the CEDIA Media Preview event on Wednesday, September 25 where they will provide private demonstrations of their Remote Home Monitoring System for members of the press.
Denver, Colorado September 23, 2013
The home automation company - LockState - will have live demonstrations of their Remote Home Monitoring System from September 25-28 at the CEDIA EXPO 2013 Home Technology Tradeshow in Denver at the Colorado Convention Center. The LockState Connect System includes their RemoteLock, Wi-Fi Power Plug, Wi-Fi Thermostat and Wi-Fi Camera. LockState's unique Internet connected keypad door lock, called the RemoteLock, utilizes Wi-Fi to connect directly to existing home routers without the need for additional bridges or other equipment. LockState provides a system that allows customers to buy only the individual products they need for remote home monitoring - without having to pay for costly and unwanted bundles. The international trade association, CEDIA, which consists of companies specializing in the design and installation of electronic systems for the home, will host the show providing a venue for businesses from around the world to gather and demonstrate their newest products for the residential electronic systems industry.
"LockState's home automation products extend upon the convenience and connectivity we have come to expect from the Web," said Rob Goff, LockState's Director of Marketing. "Our goal is to keep people connected with their homes by providing affordable and flexible solutions to solve the common problems which occur when owners are away from their property."
LockState's Remote Home Monitoring System is easy and affordable for the do-it-yourselfer to install and control remotely. Visit http://www.remotelock.com for a complete list of benefits provided by LockState's RemoteLock, thermostats, plugs and cameras or to make a purchase.
Founded in 2004, Colorado-based LockState brings the power of the Internet and remote control to common devices such as door locks, thermostats, power plugs and more so that home and business owners can stay connected with their properties. LockState's mission is to utilize the Internet to extend the convenience and connectivity we have come to expect from the Web to these every-day devices to solve common problems that arise when owners are away from their property. For more information on LockState and their products, visit http://www.LockStateConnect.com.