Parks Associates: 50% of key consumer segment intends to purchase a smart home device in the next 12 months

Support.com and Parks Associates to examine IoT support strategies that help manage the customer experience

Scientists develop brainwave-scanning smart home system that's controlled with thoughts

By Kelly Hodgkins for DigitalTrends:  Eda Akman Aydin at Gazi University in Turkey wants to make it easier for people with movement disabilities to get around their home and has a novel idea. Her team is combining EEG (brainwave scanning) technology with current smart home products to create a thought-controlled home, reports New Scientist. It sounds like a script from a science fiction movie, but the technology to build a prototype thought control system is here, and researchers like Akman Aydin are working to develop it.

Akman Aydin’s system uses an EEG cap that can detect a specific brain pattern, known as P300, that appears when a person intends to do something. The cap works in conjunction with a display that shows pictures of items, such as a TV or phone, which a person might want to use. When the person sees the image they want, the brain will send out a P300 wave that is detected by the EEG cap. This signal then can trigger the smart home appliance and be used to turn on the TV, prepare the phone to dial, and more.  Cont'd...

Neurio Launches "Home Energy Monitor" to Reduce Energy Costs and Usage

Simple, Cost-Effective Device Helps Users Track How Energy is Being Used in the Home

iDevices Announces It's First Three HomeKit-Enabled Products, Available At Lowe's Starting September 28

iDevices' advanced and growing line of HomeKit enabled products, giving users the ability to customize their home from anywhere

Indiegogo - Westinghouse Security's Smart Deadbolt, Nucli, is Entering its Last Week of Funding with Over $110,000

The Nucli has been live on Indiegogo for over 20 days and has more than doubled its original funding goal

CUJO Surpasses Crowdfunding Goal in 24 Hours, Brings Business-Level Internet Security to Homes

Raising more than $30K in first day of Indiegogo campaign, demand for CUJO confirms need for Internet of Things security solutions

iRobot Enters the Smart Home with Roomba 980 Vacuum Cleaning Robot

With intelligent visual navigation, app control and Wi-Fi connectivity, the new Roomba 980 cleans an entire level of a home

CEDIA - TiO® Highlights New Home Automation Innovation at CEDIA EXPO 2015

TiO Turns it On with a Year of the Latest Technology and Home Integration

CEDIA - Race to the Checkered Flag at the TiO® Ninja Time Trials

TiO to Feature Home Automation Competition at CEDIA EXPO 2015

Smart Home Security Powered by Alarm.com Enters New International Market

Alarm.com's technology architecture enables service providers to quickly and confidently go to market with smart home solutions.

Comcast Adds New Smart Home Partners Giving Consumers More Choice

Chamberlain MyQ Garage Door Controller and Arlo Security Camera Join Growing List of Integrated Home Security and Automation Experiences

WarmlyYours Launches Power Modulator Snow-Melting Systems

Power Modulator systems can handle single- or multi-zone applications

Apple Reveals Future 'Home Automation Hub' for Apple TV in 'Siri Remote' Trademark Filing

When launching the reinvented Apple TV device last week Apple noted that the all-new Apple TV was built from the ground up with a new generation of high-performance hardware and introduced an intuitive and fun user interface using the 'Siri Remote™.' Well, the trademark symbol presented beside 'Remote™' may be a little premature as Apple just filed for this trademark with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Although the filing was made public today, the actual date is noted as being September 9, 2015, the day that the Siri Remote was officially launched during Apple's Hey Siri San Francisco event. One more thing: Apple hints in their trademark filing that Apple TV will become the hub for home automation as we predicted back in 2014.
Apple's idea of a home automation system may have humbly started with an Apple patent application filed back in January 2010 regarding a smart-home energy management dashboard system. Then came word that Apple was about to introduce a new smart home platform during their 2014 World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC). That became reality with the introduction of Apple's new HomeKit that revealed "Siri Integration" as noted as the last point of the slide presented below from WWDC 2014.
In a Patently Apple special report covering Apple's WWDC event specifically on HomeKit, the following was stated: …it's very possible that Apple could be thinking of integrating their new Home App right into Apple TV and finally bringing to market a true in-home digital hub that we've been waiting for. Is it a pipedream? Only time will tell.  Cont'd...
 

D-Tools Appoints Randy Stearns as CEO

Former Founder of Engineered Environments and CEO of VIA International will ignite next wave of growth and accelerate migration to the cloud for market dominant systems integration software provider.

CEDIA - LUXUL TO UNVEIL LATEST IP NETWORKING INNOVATIONS AT CEDIA EXPO 2015

Featured Products Include: Remote Management Solutions, High Power AC1900 APs, and Stackable L2/L3 PoE+ Switches Optimized for HD Over IP Applications

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GreenPeak’s GP565 – ZigBee for smart Remote Controls

GreenPeak's GP565 - ZigBee for smart Remote Controls

The GP565 Smart Home RF chip for remote controls supports voice control, motion sensing and the new ZRC 2.0 protocol. The GP565 is optimized for advanced & low cost ZigBee RF4CE remote controls. • 120k or 248k Flash (8k or 16k RAM) memory • 40-pin footprint to support a keyboard scanner interface or other IO interfaces required for remote controls. • Reduced current consumption and improved receiver sensitivity and output power • Patented Antenna Diversity technology enables superior range and WiFi/Bluetooth interference rejection