Promising a second consecutive "breakout year" in product introductions and global expansion, Atlona is announcing plans for the ISE 2016 Show that include a continued focus on collaboration solutions for commercial and educational settings, increased selection in the category of 4K/UHD distribution amplifiers and significant feature enhancements for new software and 4K hardware platforms launched last year.
ISE 2016 will be held from February 9th - 12th in Amsterdam. This HomeToys.com Special Tradeshow report aims to bring you news, articles and products from this years event.
Dan Tynan for Yahoo Tech: The problem with smart home technology in 2016 isn’t a lack of intelligence; it’s a failure to communicate. As more new ‘smart’ devices appear — and we saw a passel of them at CES 2016, from smart showers to beds, belts, blenders, toothbrushes and more — the same stumbling blocks remain. All of them will talk to your smartphone, but most of them won’t talk to each other. To get the most Jetsons-like experience from your smart home, different devices need to speak the same language. If you want your smart bed to notice when you are awake, open your smart blinds, tune your smart audio system to Morning Edition, and tell your smart coffee maker to start brewing, all of these devices need to be communicating on the same radio frequency using the same protocols. At the moment, though, there are more than half a dozen smart home protocols — like Apple Homekit, Samsung’s Smart Things, Google’s Brillo, Lowe’s Iris, and AllJoyn, as well as old standbys like Zigbee and Zwave. And that’s just a partial list. Cont'd...
Global industry leaders form cross-market relationships at world's most influential technology event
PureLink Will Unveil its Latest Video Distribution Solutions Featuring HDMI 2.0a Compliance and Full HDCP 2.2 Support
CES 16 - Tech Industry Advancing Toward a Healthier, More Efficient Future, According to Consumer Technology Association 2015 Sustainability Report
"As the consumer technology industry strives to meet consumers' demands for the latest and greatest tech devices - moving toward lighter, thinner, less material-intensive products - we have an obligation to lead in the field of low carbon innovation"
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CES 16 - DOMOTZ TO DEBUT AFFORDABLE HOME MONITORING AND TECH SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR THE CONNECTED HOME AT CES 2016
Professional-Level Monitoring Features Now Available to Consumers for only $2.99 a Month; Works with Any Connected Device Regardless of Brand or Manufacturer
Leaders from broad cross-section of industry categories planning their attendance, while diverse line-up of sponsors and presenters get ready to get them smart and connected.
CES 16 - HomeGrid Forum Powerline Technology boosting capabilities for the Connected Home at CES 2016
Vendors showing many products at this year's CES as G.hn powerline technology continues to accelerate into consumer markets.
Proof of concept illustrates company's expertise and ability to effectively port over to new and strategic protocols
Harriet Taylor for CNBC: High tech is coming, again, to your home. Tech companies and appliance makers are showing off their latest lines of connected devices promising to make consumers' lives better, safer and happier at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Much has been made about the market opportunity underlying smart homes, but consumers are not yet convinced. The Consumer Technology Association acknowledges this, forecasting that sales of wearable devices will be quadruple sales of smart home devices in 2016, reaching 38 million and 9 million units sold, respectively. One difference, compared to CES in years past, is that companies are putting less effort into becoming the de facto platform for your entire house, and more into delivering specific products. Cont'd...
Eleetus, a young company specializing in multi-dimensional motion based racing and flight simulation, has made its way into the AV Integration market.
Industry leaders reveal trends, disruptors, and opportunities for the smart home and connected entertainment at CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES
Parks Associates finds that nearly 20% of U.S. broadband households own a smart home device and 58% have used an OTT video service in the past 30 days
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