Silvair Control wireless remote lends smart home control

Seed Labs, the IoT company empowering the world’s leading manufacturers of appliances, devices and electronics to create the truly smart home, has introduced Silvair Control. The world’s first fully configurable, gesture-driven, wireless controller that lets customers manage their everyday appliances whether that be lamps, shades, and garage doors or other household and commercial products. Silvair Control is a Bluetooth® Smart-based device that can easily be configured with your smartphone or tablet to control. It doesn’t need any hard wiring or even a plug, its battery lasts up to 8 years and magnetic mounting allows customers to use it at any space. The control is part of Silvair Mesh where software-defined sensors and controllers can be seamlessly connected to products appliances and adjusted to customers needs providing with an easy and unmatched management capabilities.

Austin-Based Network Management Solutions Provider ihiji Secures $1.8M in Series A Funding

Award-winning late-stage startup rapidly developing next generation of Internet of Things technologies, funding will accelerate efforts

Using the myLink App to Control Window Coverings

You can now open your blinds in the morning by rolling over and pressing a button on your smartphone.

Parks Associates: Approximately 50% of broadband households have privacy or security concerns about smart home devices

CONNECTIONS™ to host IoT session with Alarm.com, Amdocs, PlanetEcosystems, Wink, and Zipato

ISC West - Smart Home Guru smanos Brings New Hub and Kits to ISC West 2015

smanos, an award-winning innovator and trendsetting developer of wireless smart home and DIY security systems, is proudly bringing its Red Dot design icon as well as its highly acclaimed WiFi and cellular portfolio to ISC West in Las Vegas from Apr 15~17 at Sands Expo/#21117.

PowerHouse Alliance Welcomes New Vendor Clare Controls

The PowerHouse Alliance group of distributors has added Clare Controls to its list of preferred vendors, supporting the brand's extensive line-up of solutions for residential and commercial applications.

Parks Associates: 60 million U.S. households will own at least one connected fitness tracker by 2019

Research analyst to lead discussions on mobile technology and the Internet of Things at Bluetooth World and 5G Forum USA

Why is the so-called Smart World still So Stupid

For the emerging smart home - Internet of Things industry to succeed, it needs to conquer a lot of issues - interoperability, user interaction, standards, etc. - but most importantly , it has to develop, integrate and roll out cloud intelligence that will transform our dumb smart devices into truly smart Smart Devices!

ISC West - ELK PRODUCTS ANNOUNCES INTEGRATION WITH LUTRON CASÉTA WIRELESS

The ELK-M1XSLC interface kit communicates to the Lutron Smartbridge Pro allowing M1 to control Caseta lights and shades. With this integration, Caseta devices can now be intelligently controlled in response to security system actions or conditions.

VIZIO Reveals All-New 2015 Audio Collection, Bringing Room-Filling Sound and Modern, Minimal Design To Any Space in the Home

Highlighted by the 40" 5.1 Sound Bar System, the Line-Up Boasts Exceptional Audio Performance for Any Home Theater and the Convenience of Seamless Bluetooth Streaming

Satechi Expands into Home Connected Market with New IQ Series

Satechi is now branching into the home automation market with its new IQ Series, a line of affordable and practical home connectivity solutions.

Multi-room Audio Headlines Groundbreaking New Features in the Crestron Pyng App

App now enables set up and control of audio distribution systems and touch screens right from iPad; dynamic learning feature makes smart homes even smarter

ISC West - Icontrol and Jasper Partner to Enable Dealers to Meet Growing Customer Demand for Home Automation

Partnership Supporting Icontrol One Reflects Program's Commitment to Quality and Ease of Management

Control4 Corporation Rolls Out New Associate Installer Certification

New online program helps dealers train and mobilize technicians faster.

A First Look At Home Automation On The Apple Watch

Now, we have a first look at how PEQ will handle home automation using the Apple Watch, and it’s a sensible approach: They’re simply moving those function blocks from the iPad screen to your wrist. Instead of several tiles on the screen at once, there’s only one at a time, which the user can swipe through. short list of the most important stuff. So why is this better than just using PEQ on that iPhone living in your pocket? One of PEQ's designers, argodesign founder Mark Rolston, contends that glancing at your wrist is a step less friction than pulling a phone from your pocket. And living in his own hyperconnected smarthome, managed by his iPad and iPhone, has taught him this. "It’s just accessibility," Rolston explains. "A recurring scenario for me is, I walk out the back door, and I might have some lights still on, and as soon as I walk away, I pull up on my phone [to check]. We used to have this routine, asking, ‘Did you leave the light on? Run upstairs and see if you left the light on!’ We don’t do that anymore." And to Rolston, the ability to look at his wrist rather than check his phone to answer that basic question, "did you leave the lights on," is the paradigm shift at play.

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