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Z-Wave Labs announces Boston-based start-up BeON Home as first winner of global IoT developer competition
With a focus on adding Z-Wave functionality to its Bluetooth enabled intelligent home protection solution, BeON becomes first Z-Wave Labs winner.
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LK & Associates will oversee sales for the custom installation and pro AV/commercial markets within the state of Florida and Puerto Rico.
First in 'iHome Control' series of Intelligent Home Products
Lutron Announces Availability of Apple HomeKit-enabled Cas©ta Wireless Smart Bridge Smart Bridge Provides Remote Control of Lights Using Siri, Adding Convenience and Simplicity to Everyday Life
Cas©ta Wireless Lighting Starter Kit, including Smart Bridge, Available Now at Apple Stores
- WeR@Home new version update offers enhanced flexibility for end users and their service providers
Aaron Tilley for Forbes: Five startups are announcing the launch of the very first HomeKit-certified devices today. HomeKit is Apple’s standard for how third-party smart home gadgets connect in iOS. These five HomeKit-compliant devices include: Ecobee’s $250 WiFi-connected thermostat. Elgato’s line of sensors that collect data on air quality, humidity, air pressure, temperature as well as energy and water consumption. iHOME’s smart plug that allows users to turn on and off appliances wirelessly. Lutron’s bridge device that connects the HomeKit standard with its connected lighting system. Insteon’s bridge device that connects its massive catalogue of existing home automation devices with HomeKit. Each of these device makers had to go through Apple’s MFi (“Made for iPhone/iPod/iPad”) program to achieve certification. Apple requires device makers to install an authentication chip in their product as well as go through extensive usability testing to make sure the products live up to Apple’s lofty standards.
Sutherland Global, Orange, British Gas, TiVo join CONNECTIONSâ„˘ Europe Advisory Board
Popular HTT-B10EX keypad now available with exclusive infiNET EX wireless communication
Control4 Recognized As Top Whole-House Automation Brand in a Survey of Nation's Leading Custom Electronics Integrators
2015 CE Pro Brand Analysis reports Control4 Corporation is the leading brand in multiple categories for smart home solutions.
SiBEAM Partners With Google ATAP to Bring Touchless Gesture Sensing Technology to Tomorrow's Smart Devices
SiBEAM's Touchless Millimeter-Wave Technology Enables Rich Interactions with Small Wearable Devices
Adam Clark Estes for Gizmodo: Smart lighting systems like Philips Hue are futuristic and awesome and, typically, expensive. But IKEA wants to offer this type of technology to the masses. The Swedish flatpack furniture empire is developing an entire smart home system, and it looks futuristic and awesome and, you guessed it, cheap. This shouldn’t come as a huge surprise. IKEA’s been inching into the home electronics business very deliberately, and it’s only natural that it would want to upend the burgeoning smart home market. Creating with a connected lightbulb system makes good sense. We already saw IKEA’s affordable, motorized sit/stand desk last fall. Then, came IKEA’s versatile and customizable wireless charging system that hit stores this spring. But next fall, the so-called Home Smart II Lighting Collection will take things to a new level. At least, IKEA says it’s going to do this. I recently visited IKEA’s headquarters in Älmhult, where the company was showing off all kinds of new goodies, from vegetarian meatballs to couches made out of paper. At an event that I can only describe as a science fair for furniture, I learned a little bit about how the new lighting system will work. Since I didn’t test the products themselves, I’ll offer you IKEA’s description of the system, which is being developed in collaboration with Frog Design. Cont'd...
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The GP565 Smart Home RF chip for remote controls supports voice control, motion sensing and the new ZRC 2.0 protocol. The GP565 is optimized for advanced & low cost ZigBee RF4CE remote controls. â€˘ 120k or 248k Flash (8k or 16k RAM) memory â€˘ 40-pin footprint to support a keyboard scanner interface or other IO interfaces required for remote controls. â€˘ Reduced current consumption and improved receiver sensitivity and output power â€˘ Patented Antenna Diversity technology enables superior range and WiFi/Bluetooth interference rejection