If you're uncomfortable with the idea that the social media sites you regularly visit or your apps could be sold and your "private" information could be a key part of the deal, you're never going to get any sleep when IoT (Internet of Things) and IoE (Internet of Everything) take hold.
SurgeX Axess Elite power products are now pre-configured for easy integration with Access Networks systems to save time on installations, and safeguard residential networked systems with the industry's only true surge elimination and system management solution.
Launched at 2015 CEDIA Expo and Now Shipping, the New Platinum Tools Tone & Probe Set Quickly Traces and Identifies Cable Locations on Jacks or Through Walls
Using Voice Tracker I array microphones in Courtrooms for sound reinforcement as well as proceedings recording.
Getting microphone coverage in a courtroom is a challenging task. Depending on the type of proceeding, coverage may be needed not only at the Judge's bench, Witness chair, and Attorney tables, but coverage may also be required at the Jury box for Jury polling, or at the Gallery for Voir Dire (Jury selection). Historically this was accomplished by using large numbers of goose neck, wireless or ugly hanging microphones, combined thru elaborate mixing systems. The automatically and electronically steered listening beam of the Voice Tracker I array microphone provides an economical and easily maintainable alternative.
As part of a global growth strategy, InFocus adds video wall, control room, and smartphone solutions for end-to-end collaboration
By Dominic Sacco for PCR: The UK and Europe must come together to fight against the might of Amazon and other tech giants, or the smart home sector will be lost to them, says Deutsche Telekom. Jon Carter, the firm's UK head of business development for the connected home, was speaking to PCR at the Smart Home Summit today in London. "The danger of this event is that it's a wake," he said. "Everyone here is focused too much on competing with each other - and aren't focusing on the customer. "We need to start with the customer. Why do they want any of this? "If we're not careful, Amazon, Google/Nest, Apple Homekit and Samsung will have 90 per cent of the smart home market in the future. "They will own this market, the customer and the value. What we're trying to do at Deutsche Telekom is saying Europe can fight back and drive growth from this market. But the approach has to be about all of us working together." Cont'd...
Drive Trust Alliance Promotes Use of Self Encrypted Storage
CADE METZ for Wired: Today, Yale, the company, unveiled a digital lock that taps into the “smart home” system designed by Nest. The Google-owned Nest makes Internet-connected thermostats, security cameras, and smoke detectors that also handle carbon monoxide, but that’s not all. It also offers a variety of tools that let other companies connect their own devices with the various Nest gadgets. The idea is that you can control all these devices with a single smartphone app—and that each device can talk to the others. You can, say, set your security camera to start recording when someone opens your door lock—or program your door lock to say something when you step into a house full of carbon monoxide. But the new Yale lock, dubbed Linus, is a little different from other devices. It’s the first third-party device designed to communicate with Nest gadgets directly, via a wireless network set up inside your home. Previously, such devices could only reach Nest gear in a roundabout way, over the Internet. And this has its drawbacks. Cont'd...
Wilson Pro boosters designed for professional installation; deliver stronger signal into larger interior spaces for fewer dropped calls, faster downloads and higher voice quality
MediaTek Expands iOS Developers' Connected Home Opportunities with MT7688 and Upcoming MT7687
Ten new surveillance cameras broaden viewing options
Consumer Satisfaction in Smart Home Automation Market Rising Slowly though Overall Demand Continues to Drop
New report by Argus Insights reveals that holiday season may be less than jolly for smart home manufacturers
According to a recently completed survey with 1,000 U.S. online adults by ON World, 40% are willing to pay for a whole-home automation service and most are willing to pay $15 or more per month.
New report contends that use cases, rather than products, will fulfill the promise of the smart home
A Home Camera Designed So You Don't Miss a Thing
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The network is the foundation on which modern entertainment, security, control and automation systems are built. The new Epic series of routers from Luxul are designed to help integration professionals build that foundation and deliver a great customer experience. The router is a critical piece of every network-connecting a local network to the Internet, controlling traffic and providing security. With the release of its new Epic series, Luxul has redefined the router, adding capabilities that make it far more than just a traditional router. In addition to being high-performing commercial grade routers, the Epic series offers a platform for optimizing the user experience in smart homes, workplaces, retail establishments and more. This experience is delivered through Luxul and third-party applications running on the Epic platform.