Indiana University Bloomington: As part of a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation, Indiana University has received over $670,000 to establish "HomeSHARE," the first networked system of smart homes designed to advance research on older adults. The funds from the NSF's Computing Research Infrastructure Program will support the installation of high-tech sensors and other equipment in the homes of 15 elderly volunteers throughout the city of Bloomington. The project is an effort to improve the quality of life of elders through the unobtrusive collection of high-quality research data. "As far as we're aware, this is the first large-scale research infrastructure project focused on smart homes," said Kay Connelly, an associate professor in the IU School of Informatics and Computing, who is the leader on the grant. "Typically, research infrastructure awards help maintain complex systems like supercomputers, or the purchase of advanced equipment. In this case, we’re looking to generate research data from people who enroll in a long-term study." Cont'd...
StorNext and MXFserver Support Efficient Platform-Agnostic Postproduction Environment
Now Shipping, the Latest and Largest in the Popular EREN Series Line, the 42 Rack Space EREN-42E1K Has a Usable Depth of 33 Inches and a Load Capacity of 1,300 lbs.
The Alliance Board of Directors has voted to mandate all devices receiving Z-Wave Certification after April 2nd, 2017 to include new advanced Security 2 (S2) framework
Twenty-first annual CONNECTIONS™: The Premier Connected Home Conference will be held May 23-25, 2017, at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco
Parks Associates currently accepting speaking submissions
Features Mesh Networking and Combines Smart Home Hub, Home Security System and Voice Control through Amazon Alexa -- All into One Device. Also Introducing Smart Button -- Almond Click to provide smart home control at fingertips.
eSentire Ranked Number 288 Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte's 2016 Technology Fast 500™
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11th-annual executive event to focus on smart home, IoT, and connected entertainment
The FRM Series is a Non-Penetrating Roof Mount Designed for Numerous Applications, Including Wireless CCTV Signal Communication, that Won't Damage Roofing Surfaces
Review Interactions at the Front Door and Replay Video Recordings of Missed Visitors or Deliveries through the August App
Mathew J. Schwartz for BankInfoSecurity: As if the internet of things didn't seem secure enough, now we have to worry about apps on our smartphones posing a risk too. That's just one of the takeaways from the discovery of two zero-day vulnerabilities and one hardware-bypass flaw - now patched - in Belkin's WeMo line of home automation products. The flaws, and how to exploit them, were demonstrated Nov. 4 at Black Hat Europe by two researchers from endpoint security software firm Invincea, in a presentation titled: Breaking Bhad: Abusing Belkin Home Automation Devices. Belkin bills its WeMo apps as being "designed to address simple automation needs without the hassle or expense of whole home automation." Compatible products include everything from "smart" LED light bulbs, power switches and baby video monitors to coffeemakers, slow cookers and heating controls. In November 2015, Belkin reported that 2.5 million devices using their technology were in the market. Cont'd...
Leading NYC security rep firm brings their integrated security solutions at booth #574 at this year's premier security show in the heart of the Northeast
The DVR-MB1 has Been Designed Specifically for the Peace of Mind of Those Who Require DVRs be Either Portable or Rack Mounted in Settings that May be Prone to Theft or Vandalism
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The goal of CABA's new research project is to provide a comprehensive examination of all the major aspects of IoT related to MDUs, including: state of the market, MDU IoT trends, business opportunities, technical barriers and opportunities, future market direction, issues, case studies and industry recommendations.
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The kit allows use of the video entry phone system via a door entry monitor as well as tablets and smartphones on the Wi-Fi network, or remotely on 3G (or higher) networks. The gateway in the pack allows connection of other devices (Comelit VIP door entry monitors or PCs) besides the door entry monitor supplied. In all cases, the gateway should be connected to an ASDL router or another device guaranteeing local Wi-Fi and mobile 3G connectivity. Depending on bandwidth limitations, the gateway can serve up to 15 appliances (including door entry monitors, smartphones, tablets and PCs) with 4 simultaneous door entry monitor streams. It also allows "intercom" communication between all of the 16 devices served. For mobile devices, whenever both modes are available and enabled, the app automatically switches. .