Chuango Security Technology Corporation, an innovative developer of wireless DIY home security systems, is pleased to announce the participation in DISTREE EMEA 2015 - together with its own smart home technology brand smanos - in Monaco from Feb 24～26, at Monte Carlo Grimaldi Forum/Booth J5.
"At CABSAT 2015, we look forward to connecting with current and future customers to hear about their latest needs and challenges. Our products are designed with the features that broadcasters need and the ease of use and durability that they expect."
The competition will run from March to June 2015 and will showcase how quickly products can be designed with ARM CMSIS software components and middleware.
Leviton announced Fulkra as one of their 2014, Five-Star Dealers, honoring outstanding installation, quality service, and product knowledge
Top companies including Audi, DTS, Ford, Garmin, Gibson, Hisense, Intel, Mercedes-Benz, Monster, Scosche and Voxx to showcase latest innovations at Asia's premier tech event
The first in a series of technologies Anaren will introduce to the fast-growing Indian tech sector is its new, Broadcom-based AIR for WICED Smart Bluetooth modules (A20737x).
Full-Featured Designs Represent a New Generation of High Performance Amplification for the CI Market
Riedel Communications, provider of pioneering real-time video, audio, data, and communications networks, today announced the appointment of Cameron O'Neill as the company's director for the Asia-Pacific region.
Cloud-based Applications are Where the Wow is Now!
Supports Quick and Easy Integration for RTI Dealers
AUSTRALIAN COMPANY TAKES SMART LIGHTS TO THE WORLD!
Displays are Where the Wow is Now!
Christie® earned two highly prestigious awards for technical innovation at this year's ISE Show in Amsterdam last week.
Market Research Firm Announces New Report at Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer
From John Patrick Pullen for Time.com: Here’s what you need to know to plan for your Apple-centric connected home:
Siri will become your digital butler, turning up the heat and closing blinds at your command. But how that happens deserves some explaining. Requiring neither a new hardware device nor an operating system upgrade, Apple’s smart home capabilities will let users discover, configure, create actions for and control smart home devices using their iPhone’s operating system.
As an element already baked into Apple’s iOS 8, its integration will be seamless and largely invisible to consumers. If you’ve ever used Apple’s AirPlay technology to stream audio to a speaker or video to an Apple TV, you’re already familiar with how it operates.
But developers know the technology as HomeKit, the programming framework responsible for running Apple’s connected home ecosystem. Like AirPlay (and CarPlay and iBeacon, other Apple-approved interfaces for connecting with third-party products), HomeKit is designed to streamline communications between Apple’s gear and accessories like web security cameras, smart plugs, thermostats, and more. This framework ensures that however complex a third party company’s device is, in the eyes of iPhone users, it will just work (to paraphrase the late Steve Jobs).
In other words, when you tell Siri to “turn on the downstairs lights,” no matter the room, or the make and model of smart home lighting solutions, the connected lights in your home’s downstairs will turn on. Cont'd...
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
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