StrandVision Digital Signage Connects to RETS Feed for Automatic Real Estate Property Listings on Signage
New personalized Real Estate Transaction Standard database integration automatically adds, removes and updates real estate listings on electronic signage screens every 15 minutes…
With all things going wireless these days, the next logical step in retrofitting controls would seem to be adding wireless switches. In many cases where the distance is short and the walls are hollow, wireless devices can work well. However as distance between devices increase, reliability tends to decrease.
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New Name Comes with New Features and New Models, Floor Boxes and Table Coaster Chargers also to be Introduced
Less than two inches high, the new IKS-WD6112 HD camera is optimal choice where aesthetics and a non-obtrusive security presence is required
Asia's premier tech event launches with more than 200 exhibitors, dynamic press events, conference sessions and keynotes from the leaders of Audi, Intel and IBM
Over 350 guests are expected to attend the CEDIA Awards evening which commemorates ten years of excellence this year.
Wearable Tech, Connected Car, Next Gen TV & Audio, Smart Homes and Emerging Technologies Signal the Fall Tech Lineup
Alarm.com, a company providing security and home automation products, has filed for an initial public offering (IPO) and is looking to raise up to $75 million through the offering, as per documents filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. The company is trying to make headway in the market for smart homes before more established companies such as Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) hit the home automation market. The S-1 filing lists Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch as key underwriters. Alarm.com was founded in 2000, and for the last five years has been trying to penetrate the home automation sector, inking deals with other service providers to offer products to consumers to enable them to automate their homes. The automation entails controlling lights, appliances, door locks, and other things remotely.
We know the demand for more bandwidth will continue, so how can wired infrastructures adapt to these demands?
By Adriana Lee for ReadWrite: Since Apple announced its HomeKit smart home initiative last year, it's been mostly quiet about just how iPhones and other Apple gadgets will wrangle those connected devices. Now, however, the company may have a fancy new app in the works—complete with virtual rooms, a clever and apparently easy-to-grasp metaphor for running a smart home. Apple’s approach, according to a 9to5Mac report, will be to launch a new "Home" app for controlling smart-home gadgets—think smart locks, sensors, garage openers, thermostats, lights, security cameras and other connected appliances. The Home app will sort gadgets by function and location into a visual arrangements of virtual rooms The goal is to simplify the otherwise bewildering task of finding, adding and controlling smart devices and appliances from Apple and other companies.
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InfoComm - FSR to Commemorate 35th Anniversary at InfoComm 2015 with New Products, Upgrades Across Every Range, and Champagne
Significant Enhancements to Metal Line, Electronics and Collaboration Systems to be Unwrapped
Sales Software App Will Enhance Sales Processes for the Company's Dealers and Distributors
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