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

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.

Smart Home Interview - OKIDOKEYS

OKIDOKEYS devices allow you to lock and unlock home doors, garage doors or gates with any smartphones, cell phones and secure smart keys.

Smart Home Interview - Wink

The Wink Hub consolidates existing protocols into one so that whether or not the smart thermostat you have your eye on runs on Zigbee or Bluetooth LE doesn't matter.

Smart Home Interview - Blackloud

Once connected the app then uses our cloud system to connect you to your home from anywhere in the world.

Smart Home Interview - Crestron

Crestron control intelligence is embedded into popular AV equipment such as projectors, flat panel TVs, audio/video receivers, and a variety of other wired and wireless devices.

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