FIBARO INTRODUCES HOME AUTOMATION BUTTON AT CEDIA 2015

Compact Device Lets Users Create Customized Scenes Defined in the FIBARO System; Scenes Can Be Personalized for Each User

Whirlpool Brand Introduces Water Softener with Wi-Fi Technology

Smart Water Treatment Saves Money and Brings Peace of Mind

Time Warner Cable IntelligentHome Now Offering 24/7 Playback for Enhanced Security Video Monitoring

This new capability enables customers to capture and playback continuously recorded video from their IntelligentHome security cameras.

FortrezZ Expands Smart Water Flow Monitoring System Powered by Z-Wave

FortrezZ, has introduced a new Flow Meter Interface Module for Water Flow Monitoring applications.

MivaTek Opens Video Alarm as a Service (VAAS) Platform to Partners for Smart Home Security, Safety, Automation, and Health with Video Integration

VAAS Platform Technology Offers Turnkey Value and Enhanced User Experience

CEDIA - Three Winners Dominate the TiO® Ninja Time Trials at CEDIA EXPO

Average system programming time for first-timers is 10-12 minutes

Parks Associates releases new industry research on the connected CE market

New Reports Examine Consumer Trends in Connected Consumer Electronics, Digital Audio Devices and Services, and Streaming Media

Kickstarter Projects October 2015

BRiK DIY Wireless Speaker System / Thinking Cleaner, Wifi for iRobot Roomba / Angee. The First Truly Autonomous Home Security System

Nine Open Source Home Automation Projects

Here is a list of 9 open source home automation projects that consumers should evaluate more to see if it fits their needs.

Lowe's: Consumers Prefer Home Improvement Stores for Smart Home Products

Today, Iris by Lowe's released the results of its annual Smart Home Survey, revealing that when it comes to shopping for smart home products, home improvement stores (either in-store or online) were rated the No. 1 place Americans are most likely to buy. When asked why they would choose a home improvement store, most say it's because it is a retailer they can trust (55 percent) that has knowledgeable staff (40 percent) and a variety of available products (48 percent). 
The 2015 Smart Home Survey, conducted online in August by Harris Poll on behalf of Iris, Lowe's Smart Home Business Unit, polled more than 2,000 U.S. adults aged 18+ and examined Americans' attitudes toward and experiences with smart home products, homing in on the driving factors behind their purchasing and use preferences. Results from this year's study indicate that when it comes to purchasing considerations, cost of equipment and monthly fees as a deciding factor has decreased (down from 56 percent in 2014), though it's still the most commonly cited (43 percent). Ease of use is the second most important deciding factor (19 percent, up from 13 percent in 2014), followed by energy and efficiency features (15 percent) such as home temperature control and automated lighting.   Full Press Release:
 

D-Link Goes Full 180 Degree Field of View with New HD Wi-Fi Cameras

180 Degree Cameras See an Entire Room from a Single Lens in Stunning HD

Record Number of Vivint Customers Opting for Smart Home Services

Eighty percent of new customers are choosing an integrated, professionally installed smart home system

VTech Launches New Smart Home Wireless Monitoring System with Cordless Telephone and Garage Door and Open/Closed Sensors

Comprehensive capabilities offer consumer-friendly monitoring and peace of mind for homeowners

Encompass Deploys Harmonic Petabyte-Scale MediaGrid Storage to Power Digital Media IP Workflows

Harmonic Shared Storage Solution Delivers Exceptional Performance for Price

New LynTec I/O-R Board Simplifies Control Setup and Operation

I/O-R Board Lets Users Connect and Control Complex Systems on One Platform

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