Eaton News Release: Power management company Eaton supplied the automation-rich and aesthetically designed electrical solutions from the service entrance to the wall plate for The New American Home® 2017 and The New American Remodeled Home® 2017 located in Orlando, Florida. Through its participation in the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) showcase homes, Eaton is demonstrating the solutions advancing home automation in new construction and improving the design and livability of existing homes. Both homes will be showcased during the 2017 NAHB International Builders' Show® in Orlando, from January 10 to 12. Builders can see and learn more about the Eaton residential solutions incorporated at the showcase homes at Eaton's booth W3490 at the 2017 NAHB International Builders' Show. Full Press Release:
Eaton Demonstrates Electrical Advancements in Residential Home Construction and Automation at The New American Home and The New American Remodeled Home
"As home automation technology evolves, residential electrical solutions need to continue to advance safety and connectivity, support quality construction, and manage costs while being less disruptive aesthetically"
New Toggle Slide Controls feature traditional aesthetic with contemporary functionality
Lutron Electronics Works Hard to Simplify the Internet of Things: Making the Right Connection for 25 Years
From technology to design, Lutron continues to improve smart home solutions with new customer experiences
Jenny McGrath for DigitalTrends: This year, at CES 2017, companies already have their door locks or cameras on the market - and if they don't, they're just partnering with other companies who already make those things. It's a year of integrations at CES 2017. Airmega, a smart air purifier that debuted last year, announced its integration with Amazon's Alexa. Users can now turn on or off the device with their voice, or ask their Echo or Dot for an update on the air quality. Lutron's big announcement wasn't a new dimmer or shades but its integration with SmartThings and expanded capabilities with Nest via the Alphabet-owned company's camera. Garage-door-opener maker Chamberlain used CES to tell customers it will make products that work with Apple's HomeKit starting in July of this year. Cont'd...
'LG Smart Security' Combines Home Automation, ADT Professional Monitoring and Video Hosting
VISIOMED GROUP to Launch BewellConnect® / MAJORD'HOME, The connected smart TV dedicated to home assistance
MAJORD'HOME is a connected TV service platform developed by the VITY company. Visiomed Group integrates the BewellConnect® home care, remote consultation and telemedicine services and applications using a simple television screen and a traditional remote control. The concept is to incorporate television at the heart of a system of digital services and technologies that ensure good ageing at home. Currently, the unique BewellConnect®/MAJORD'HOME service offers the first set of TV Apps aimed at supporting the elderly at home.
Leading Chinese Appliance Manufacturer Haier Group Starts Exporting Smart Family Products to the U.S.
Haier UHomeOS is based on the U+ cloud platform, U+ big data platform and U+ brain, together forming an artificial intelligence system created by Haier, onto which the Haier smart appliances are loaded. The connection between the base layer, the application layer and the open 4U port make possible not only the interaction among the Internet of Things but also between humans and objects as well as between objects and resources.
CyberPowerPC and its Syber Gaming division will debut a series of new systems based on Intel's new 7th Generation "Kaby Lake" processor, which will feature maximum airflow, hard tube liquid cooling, in eye-catching new enclosures at CES January 5-8, 2017.
Calrec Audio has signed Noretron Broadcast as its exclusive distributor in Finland and Estonia for the full Calrec product line, including the all-new Brio -- the most powerful and compact digital broadcast audio console in its class.
Research firm shares new consumer IoT data at CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES on January 5
The BIG Corp (Baker International Group), a leading global, full-service sales rep firm, has announced that one of its BIG brands, Zappiti, the award-winning world leader in 4K media players and movie management devices, has launched a new 4K high dynamic range (HDR) media player family. The lineup includes three new models: the Zappiti Mini 4K HDR, a compact set-top box; Zappiti One 4K HDR, a media player equipped with a hot swap internal SATA HDD 3.5-inch rack; and Zappiti Duo 4K HDR, the world's first 4K HDR media player equipped with a hot swap internal SATA HDD 3.5-inch dual rack, enabling a huge capacity up to 32 TB.
Merkury Innovations will debut its new Geeni line of smart home products at CES. The new Geeni line of smart home products includes a range of smart bulbs, cameras, and power solutions. All products can be controlled via one unified Geeni app.
Mark Gurman for Bloomberg: It's been a while since a new TV raised any eyebrows, but Sony Corp. has just unveiled a new product that's creating a bit of buzz at the annual CES industry gathering in Las Vegas. Sony's XBR-A1E Bravia 4K is the electronics maker's first commercial foray into the niche market for televisions that use OLED, or organic light-emitting diode, technology. While the vivid, power-sipping screens have found their way onto smartphones, the cost of making them has so far limited their appeal for TVs. Only LG Electronics Inc. has made a serious effort to sell OLED TVs. Panasonic Corp. also unveiled an OLED TV at this year's CES. What's different about Sony's new A1E TV, however, is that the screen doubles as a speaker. By vibrating the display itself, Sony said it will be able to offer the "perfect unification of picture and sound unattainable by conventional TVs." This is possible because OLED screens don't require a backlight, according to the Tokyo-based company. Cont'd...
The Innovation in Motion team ends Kickstarter campaign by quadrupling funding goal with nearly $188K raised in a month
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