Smart Home Automation & Monitoring Devices to Exceed 770m by 2021, Realising 1000% Growth

A new report from Juniper Research forecasts that smart home automation and monitoring devices will grow to over 770 million globally by 2021, representing an eleven-fold rise from just 68 million estimated in 2016.

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How technology could help you live in your home for longer

Starts at 60:  For many of us as we get older, our wish is to remain living independently in our own home for as long as possible.  As we live longer and healthier lives, staying in your home for longer is becoming a more and more realistic goal.  With the help of technology, tens of thousands of Australians over-60 can expect to live independently in their home much later in life. Aged care and home care providers such as Feros Care are making investments in the sort of technology that will help you live in your home for as long as you can.  The technology, which includes smart home integration and wearable devices, is finding its way into the homes of more and more over-60s.   Feros Care’s LifeLink General Manager Anthony Bacon said assistive, smart technologies were improving the independence, safety and health of older Australians who want to live independently in their home for as long as possible.   Cont'd...

August Home First Smart Lock to Allow Amazon Alexa to "Unlock My Door"

Use Voice to Securely Unlock and Lock the Front Door or Check if the Door is Locked from Anywhere in the Home

Voice calling could soon come to smart home speakers

Business Insider:  Smart home speakers like the Amazon Echo and the Google Home have been thus far positioned as novelty personal assistants, but this could soon change. The Wall Street Journal reports that both Amazon and Google are looking to integrate a voice-calling feature to the speakers, adding valuable functionality for users and giving the tech giants more insight into users' home lives. If the companies manage to launch the feature, it would impact not just the smart home experience, but the mobile one as well.   Cont'd...

Centrica, DTE Energy, Illinois Commerce Commission, Powerley, Toyota, and EPA to address demand response, distributed generation, and utility business models at Parks Associates' Smart Energy Summit

Over 300 executives to attend the eighth-annual event, February 20-22 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin, Texas

Annual awards recognize leading international dealers, distributors, and their projects in the UK and EMEA region.

Annual awards recognize leading international dealers, distributors, and their projects in the UK and EMEA region.

Smart Home Leader Nexia Introduces New Line of Indoor, Outdoor HD Cameras and Flexible Video Storage Plans

Next-generation models meet needs of builders, installers and homeowners adding smart products to homes

Inirv React, The First Integrated Smart Stove System That Helps Prevent Deadly Kitchen Fires, Launches on Indiegogo InDemand

After a successful campaign on Kickstarter, Inirv React takes to Indiegogo InDemand to further accept pre-orders before manufacturing begins

CES Asia 2017 on Track to Be Record Breaking Show

Leading technology powerhouses from 13 countries are slated to exhibit in Shanghai, China

D-Link Begins Selling Omna 180 Camera

New Apple HomeKit Enabled Camera Available Now at Apple.com and in Apples Stores Around the World Later this Month

Platinum Tools® Features Next Generation ezEX-RJ45™ Termination System at 2017 ISC West

Now Shipping, the Patented ezEX-RJ45 System Provides a Modular Solution to Make the Termination of Larger Diameter Twisted-Pair Cables Easy and Error-Free

Relive the Greatest Moments from CES 2017

Couldn't see the full show? Couldn't make it to CES 2017? We've got you covered with content, videos, photos and more

Dyson invests in AI-enabled smart home technology

Grace Bowden for Retail Week:  Dyson has launched a new research and development facility in Singapore dedicated to integrating artificial intelligence technology into its products. The electricals brand, which opened its first UK retail store last July, has invested $412m (£331.7m) in the research facility, which opened this month. The brand’s new facility, called the Technology Centre, features working labs where research and development teams will focus on expanding the use of Internet of Things (IoT) enabled devices across the business’ product range, as well as developing its use of AI. Speaking at the launch event, founder James Dyson said: “Almost every product can benefit from AI – lighting, purification, cleaning — everything that you see in a room needs artificial intelligence.”   Cont'd...

Automation Differentiates One Model Home from the Rest During Minnesota's Parade of Homes

Iverson Homes partnered with technology integration firm J. Becher & Associates to design an ELAN-based home automation package that distinguishes them from their competition.

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