Smart Home Interview - Vivint

Vivint Sky is able to learn from homeowners' behaviors and make intelligent suggestions.

Smart Home Interview - iSmartAlarm

Currently the iSmartAlarm system uses proprietary radio frequency, and Z-Wave and Zigbee is expected available in 2015.

Smart Home Interview - HomeSeer

HomeSeer controllers are compatible with a wide variety of wireless and wired technologies including Z-Wave, Insteon, X10, UPB, PLCBUS, Nest, HUE, Sonos, IFTTT and many more.

Smart Home Interview - TiO

TiO is purchased from, and installed by, a systems integration professional.

Smart Home Interview - ECS (Event Control System)

We perform the initial setup for free (so our customers can start using it immediately, and have working examples to learn from). ECS may be accessed via any web browser/device.

Upcoming Tradeshow, Conference & Exhibition Summary
April, May, June 2015

Here is a summary of what Tradeshows, Conferences & Exhibitions to look forward to in the coming months.

Smart Home Interview - Simply Automated

Any products that can output an RS-232 serial string can utilize UPB devices. In fact there is a software tool, the "UPB Command Wizard", to help write UPB serial strings (i.e. drivers).

Smart Home Interview - Insteon

Insteon uses a dual-band signal, or mesh network, which communicates to devices simultaneously via radio waves and a home's existing electrical wiring.

Smart Home Interview - Neurio

Once the Neurio Sensor is installed on an electrical panel, it sends the data via WiFi to the secure cloud where the smart algorithms identify the unique power pattern by each device in real-time to tell whether a specific appliance is in use or off, and how much energy it consumes.

Smart Home Interview - LifeSmart

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

Wireless Communication Standards for the Internet of Things

What does the future hold? Is this going to be a real industry battle or is there going to be reconciliation?

Siri, Meet Hue: How to Use Apple's Siri to Activate Your Philips Hue Lights

While there are automated solutions available that will turn your Wi-Fi enabled lights on and off at pre-set times or based on other actions occurring, sometimes you just want to say, "Lights, turn off " and have it happen.

Smart Home Interview - D-Link Systems

A majority of our Connected Home products are Wi-Fi based so they work with any Wi-Fi home network.

Smart Home Interview - SmartenIt

One distinguishing feature of our company's offering is that there is no subscription fee, service fee, or system installation requirement for using the hardware or connection capability.

Smart Home Interview - Fantem Oomi

For set-up we use NFC technology. This makes setting-up and expanding an Oomi system incredibly easy, as a user simply has to tap the controller against the accessory to connect it to the system.

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ELK Products -M1 GOLD with Two-Way Wireless

ELK Products -M1 GOLD with Two-Way Wireless

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