From TechHive: Developed over an 18-month period by a team with 12 years of experience creating ZigBee and Z-Wave devices, the Hive Trio connected-home system comprises a smart hub melded with a whole-home audio system. Choosing a smart hub is arguably the most challenging decision that any connected-home DIYer has to make. The hub, after all, is not just another cog in the smart home machine but the very linchpin around which the whole setup must revolve. Fortunately for all you DIYers out there, new devices are coming in thick and fast and the increasing competition is forcing manufacturers to think out of the box. The Hive Trio is one such attempt at adding a new twist to the whole smart hub concept. Currently seeking $100,000 on Kickstarter, the Hive Trio smart home solution from Salt Lake City-based startup Hive Life consists of the Hive Hub, Hive Sound speaker system, and Hive App. While the Hive Hub has a lot going for it in terms of specs, the star attraction in this case is undoubtedly the Hive Sound. The Hive Sound is a multi-room, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-enabled speaker system that can blast out the same or different tunes to different corners of your connected home, to say nothing of its ability to fetch your favorite beats straight from a long list of streaming services including Google Play Music, iHeartRadio, NPR One, and Pandora. Providing entertainment, however, is not its sole purpose.
New multi-channel modules provide forward and reverse phase dimming for any fixture or load
View Hall Research's ProAV solutions with ExtremeUSB® technology during ISE 2015 at booth 3-A130 from February 10th to 12th at Amsterdam RAI, Netherlands
ISE 2015 - Guntermann & Drunck GmbH Showcases ControlCenter-Digital KVM Matrix Switch with ExtremeUSB® at ISE
G&D showcases its most comprehensive KVM switch with Icron's patented extension technology at booth 8-N280 from February 10th to 12th at Amsterdam RAI, Netherlands
Live demo of tvONE's innovative video matrix system at booth 1-M45 from February 10th to 12th at Amsterdam RAI, Netherlands
Icron's ExtremeUSB® technology extends Hamamatsu's USB 3.0 scientific imaging cameras
Thermo-Floor AS will at the ISE 2015 in Amsterdam launch the first electronic thermostat incorporating Z-Wave technology for regulating electric floor heating systems.
ID-RF presents NodOn, the new French brand of smart home devices. Our motivation is to give everyone access to home control with plug & play, well designed and affordable products. It covers different fields, such as security, comfort and energy saving.
SurgeX Introduces Axess Elite with International Electrical Standards for Smart Energy and Power Management
The IP-enabled Axess Elite is a surge eliminating, mains management system that enables users to monitor and control power distribution platforms.
Embedded antennas are designed to directly integrate with devices that require wireless capabilities.
The list of product innovations from Sennheiser is as extensive as it is impressive.
SmartThings is an open platform that offers users the easiest way to turn their home into a smart home, bringing peace of mind, savings, and convenience.
Enhancing collaboration and dialouge among home technology specialists and vendor partners, THSA charts this year's events including seasonal conferences, an exclusive tech forum, and networking opportunities.
ISE 2015 - Stewart Filmscreen Launches LuminEsse 'Edgeless' Fixed Frame Wall Screen, Combining Sublime Aesthetics with the Flexibility to Deliver the Ultimate Image for Nearly Any Application
ISE 2015 - Stewart Filmscreen Announces Tela 80-Its First Woven Fabric Screen Material-Filling a Gap in the AV Industry for High-Performance, Acoustically Transparent Screens
Stewart Filmscreen adds optically advanced woven screen to its lineup, delivering a high performance acoustically transparent screen option never before available in the Stewart Filmscreen line
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
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