Unilectric Introduces Smart Home Technology at CES 2017 - Unilectric Energy Controller (UEC) Monitors and Manages Power at the Circuit Level
UEC Gives Insights into Energy Consumption, Safety, and Security - Automated Demand Response (ADR) Capabilities Help Reduce Peak Loads
New weatherproof Blink XT camera features two-year battery life, 1080p Full HD video, infrared night vision and much more, now available for pre-order at $119
Investment to Fuel Business Expansion and Move into Retail for Home Automation Innovator
Control4 offers whole-home voice control for holiday scenes.
ANGELA MOSCARITOLO for PCMag: From Amazon Echo and the Nest Learning Thermostat to Philips Hue light bulbs and the August Smart Lock, there are already loads of gadgets on the market that can make your home a little smarter. Now, two tech giants — Amazon and Intel — are coming together to "advance the Smart Home ecosystem and extend natural language capabilities to consumers everywhere." The companies on Thursday unveiled two new technology initiatives to further that mission. For starters, they're working together on Intel-based smart speaker reference designs that will feature Amazon Alexa. The new designs are meant to "help hardware manufacturers accelerate their development of voice-enabled devices with the Intel platform and Alexa Voice Services," Intel and Amazon said. Developers and manufacturers should be able to check out the designs at some point in the first quarter of 2017. Cont'd...
VITEC's Latest IP Distribution Technology Creates Ultimate Fan Experience for Sports Venues
VITEC's EZ TV IPTV Streaming Platform and Encoders Provide High-Quality Video Streams Over the Organization's Existing IP Network
Industry's Only Rack Light With Vertical and Horizontal Mounting Capabilities Provides Unparalleled Visibility During Installation and Servicing
Veteran Sales Professional Brings Extensive Video Production and Technology Experience to Bear as Company Expands North American Market Presence
Claims Journal: Smart smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, wireless doorbell cameras, and keyless entry are among the top 10 smart home technologies for homeowners age 50 and older, according to new research from The Hartford and the MIT AgeLab. “Smart home technology can make life easier for people of all ages, but it can be especially beneficial to those ages 50 and older as their lifestyles change,” said Jodi Olshevski, gerontologist and executive director of The Hartford Center for Mature Market Excellence. “Keyless entry is convenient for active households, especially if there are multiple generations living under one roof. Wireless doorbell cameras can provide safety and peace of mind to families who travel or to individuals who live alone.” Cont'd.. .
HomeMaker™ brings convenience and security to fingertips by linking together all elements of your smart home features with a simple and universal system that is accessible at all times via your smartphone, tablet or desktop.
RTI Now Offers Its World-Class Automation and Control Solutions to the Netherlands Through Invision Europe
Sessions to cover the connected world from 5G to smart home
To ensure the safety of all attendees, security plans include bag restrictions, metal detection, and increased security personnel
Twist, a Smart Light Bulb that Combines AirPlay Audio and Transitional LED Lighting in a Refreshingly Compact Package; Now Available
An upgrade to something you use daily, enjoy the benefits of a smart home with the simple "Twist" of a light bulb.
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