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Danalock Gets You Smart Home Ready With First Bluetooth Smart And Z-Wave Compatible Smartlock On Sale Now For $179
Most Affordable, Discreet, User-Friendly Smart Locks Turn Mobile Phones into a High-Tech Digital Key
HomeSeer's new HomeTroller S6 is faster and less expensive than previous "S" series home automation controllers. As with all HomeSeer systems, HomeTroller S6 may be accessed remotely with any Apple or Android mobile device, but the system intelligence is stored locally for safety and reliability.
TrueConf for Windows 6.5.0 now supports desktop and other applications capture and sharing. A new interface and avatar support makes TrueConf more user-friendly and socially oriented.
LittleBits, which makes brightly colored modules that snap together to create electronic circuits, is now selling a $249 DIY kit for those who want to turn their analog abodes into WiFi-enabled smart homes. The set extends the use of the recently launched cloudBit, giving users a menu of projects that include a remote pet feeder, a smart air-conditioner, and a garage door monitor. It essentially allows people to build their own IoT hardware without having to wait for companies like Nest, GE, or Apple to roll out another product. “The electronics industry pretty much remains a very top-down industry that is very much controlled by large companies, by experts, by engineers,” says LittleBits CEO Ayah Bdeir. “Very few people are able to gain access and innovate in it.” Her three-year-old startup makes it as easy to customize hardware as it is to assemble Ikea furniture. The Smart Home Kit comes with 14 bits, including the cloudBit as well as five new ones: an MP3 player, a temperature sensor, a number counter (which, for instance, can be attached to the temperature sensor to display Fahrenheit or Celsius values), a threshold (which can turn a sensor into a trigger module), and an infrared transmitter (which can be paired with an AC switch to turn appliances on or off). The company includes an infographic poster cataloging a host of potential projects, from a device that adds toilet paper to your digital grocery list when someone takes the last roll to an alarm that sounds when your fridge is left open too long. Makers can control the devices through the LittleBits-hosted Web app; their own API, or IFTTT (If This Then That), a service that connects to a channel like Twitter or Facebook to trigger an action such as a tweet or Facebook status update.
ZigBee Alliance unifies application standards for Internet of Things
New cloud and connectivity features with forward and backward compatibility help ESP/SurgeX assert its remote energy diagnostics leadership.
Second in series of corporate sustainability-themed templates covering 15 subject areas…
WallyHome and Nest Learning Thermostat Help Maintain Comfort Throughout the Home
Recognized in Both Digital Imaging and SmartHome Categories
Certified to Work with Pakedge Routers and Switches
These USB 2.0 panel mount cables are perfect for use inside a box or enclosure.
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National buying group expands its reach, adding Digital Home Systems of Rye Brook, New York to its growing network of home technology professionals.
Almo Carries Full Line of ADTI Media Outdoor LED Modules, Structural Frames, Accessories; Business Supported by Almo BDM Terry Tollison
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.