One-fourth of broadband households in the U.K., Spain, and Germany find at least one smart home device very appealing
Honeywell to keynote 10th-annual CONNECTIONS™ Europe in Amsterdam
Addition of new hardware dialer increases ease-of-use for both VoIP and POTS-based conferencing
Consumer Demand for Connected Home Products Slows Dramatically in First Half of 2015 and Continues Rapid Drop Off
New report by Argus Insights reveals that of all Home Automation devices, security cameras are most talked about and despite investments in Nest and Dropcam by Google, and SmartThings by Samsung, consumer demand still lags
As Z-Wave Alliance membership passes 325 companies with over 1350 certified Z-Wave products and 40M units in the market, Z-Wave dominates the residential IoT market.
BeON Home Showcases Preventative Security Solution for Dealers at ESX 2015
11% of U.S. broadband households will have a robotic vacuum cleaner by 2020
Samsung Delivers The Smart Hotel Room and New In-Room Entertainment Experience to the Hospitality Industry
Enables hoteliers to bring top-notch energy automation and provide ultimate interactive services and streaming for guests at HITEC 2015
Starter Sets Include Full Color Changing, Tunable White and Decorative Lighting Options for the Whole Home
Samsung's new LYNK SINC 3.0 with HMS Solution Leverages Telkonet to Deliver Seamless Hotel Integration and Enhance Guest Experience
Ovum report shows more than 80% of service providers see the protocol as playing a significant role in their Smart Home strategies
Wilshire Media Systems Hosts the Area's Leading Architects, Builders, Designers and Realtors at Annual Spring Expo
Featuring the latest consumer electronics solutions and integration techniques, leading Southern California technology specialist empowers local trades to explore the design-level possibilities of the smart home.
Jim Kim for TechCrunch: The smart home industry won’t be advanced by throwing as many sensors into a device as possible or creating a robot controlled by voice commands. Similarly, the industry isn’t waiting for a breakthrough technological advance to finally achieve its potential. The technologies essential to developing smart home products — Bluetooth and product sensors that make up the Internet of Things — aren’t new; they’ve been around for decades. To establish market dominance, companies must develop ecosystems or a unified platform of elegant user experiences to enable the convergence of the full range of smart devices. Asian consumer electronics companies, especially recent Chinese wunderkinds such as Xiaomi have been building a tremendous production advantage based on three key elements: engineering, manufacturing and massive scale. With rapid innovation cycles that produce high-quality, low-priced goods, Chinese companies have the scale and consumer base to set the standard for interoperability — possibly before they even enter the U.S. smart home market. U.S. companies that want to thrive should redouble their efforts in providing products with real utility to the customer while closely monitoring the progress of Chinese companies. Their very survival could depend on it.
Annual ProSource awards voted on by over 500 members, recognize Control4 as being top vendor in the CI Industry
-iLuv's Rainbow7 Lets Consumers Change Colors and Set Schedules for Home Lighting Through Their Mobile Devices-
After a year of work, Fusion's music server is first to be fully certified by Control4
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