PointGrab fuels its expansion into the rapidly growing $30 billion home and building-automation market.
Vivint Doorbell Camera honored for Internet of Things innovation
This summer, Riedel Communications' Artist digital matrix intercom system was employed in Secret Group's "Secret Cinema presents 'Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back'" to provide robust and flexible communications. The fiber-based Artist system allowed for a complex communications system that helped Secret Group transport guests at a former London industrial space into a live recreation of well-known environments and scenes from the "Star Wars" film franchise.
Here is a summary of the info compiled for some of the companies, systems and products vying for dominance in your smart home. Latest update 12/15/15
A compilation of some of the companies, systems and products vying for dominance in your smart home. Latest update 12/15/15
The IQ Panel security and smarthome solution includes support for more than 200 (and growing) life safety, security and home control devices.
Parks Associates: 10% of U.S. broadband households intend to purchase a smart watch in the next 12 months
Honeywell, Qualcomm, Lumo BodyTech, IFTTT, and Intel-GE Care Innovations discuss impact and use cases of wearables at CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES® 2016
Major software update enables users to control TiO components from all Android and Apple devices
GreenPeak's low-cost lighting solution is future-proof for multiple communication protocols
iSocket Wins The Thread Group's Competition And Aims To Create A New Market Of Cellular Connected Homes
iSocket Systems announces today that it has been named Q3 winner of the Thread Group's Innovation Enabler Program 2015 - a quarterly initiative that provides early-stage companies with creative potential the opportunity to play a role in defining the connected home. The new project of the company - CECO HOME - was presented to Thread Group as the new ecosystem for cellular connected homes.
By Blair MacGregor for AppleInsider: Homebridge is currently available on GitHub,and works by emulating the iOS HomeKit API through user-contributed modules called Plugins. Each plugin corresponds with a different manufacturer, with the list including smart home titans Nest and Sonos, as well as lesser known manufacturers like Indigo Domotics, Netatmo and Wemo. Both the Homebridge database as well as the Plugins can be installed through a command line prompt as global NPM modules and are compatible with Linux-based systems as well as the Raspberry Pi. The most obvious use case for using Homebridge to connect with HomeKit is integration with Siri, allowing a user to use voice commands (e.g. "Siri, unlock the front door") for a variety of tasks. While third-party apps like Home or MyTouchHome have been available for some time, Apple has yet to release an app that functions as a central hub to control multiple HomeKit-connected smart devices, which makes a project like this necessary for those who don't want to wait for Apple. However, some smart home manufacturers like Phillips have introduced devices like the Hue Bridge, which enables users of Phillips' own line of smart light bulbs and accessories to connect their system to HomeKit. Cont'd.. .
Scout Alarm to Deliver Professional Home Monitoring on the SmartThings Open Platform as the First Premium Services Partner
Premium Service Now Available in Beta for SmartThings users
CytexOne Leverages Control4 Solutions to Bring the Benefits of IoT and Smart Home Technologies to Hotels and Smart Buildings
CytexOne orchestrates technology and solutions from smart home leader Control4 to provide personalized experiences and increase operational efficiency.
Mobile application offers comprehensive home and business control from Windows 10 smartphones, tablets, desktops and laptops
Wi-Fi-enabled Smart Thermostat is Now Commercially Available Through HomeDepot.com and Amazon.com
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.