Riedel Communications today announced that Daimler deployed Riedel equipment to provide press and other guests with their first demonstration of the Mercedes-Benz "Future Truck 2025," the world's first truck capable of driving autonomously.
Water heaters, despite their ubiquity and role as the 2nd largest consumer of home energy and hub of its plumbing network, have largely been excluded from the "smart home" trend. Aquanta changes that by being the first water heater controller to combine near-universal retrofit-ability, networked home compatibility and advanced analytics that enable "learning" controls for smart cycling of its heating. The Kickstarter campaign allows interested parties to support Aquanta's development and receive an Aquanta unit upon its commercial availability in mid-2015. "Most people don't know that water heating is the 2nd largest consumer of energy in their home," said Sunnovations Chief Executive Officer Matt Carlson. "Aquanta is designed to save homeowners money, while at the same time provide enhanced controls and maintenance alerts like water heater leak detection. Water heaters are a sometimes overlooked but critical part of the fabric of our lives, and Aquanta will bring groundbreaking convenience, control and insight to their operation and energy usage." Aquanta is designed to be easily installed on a home's existing water heater, and will work with the vast majority of hot water storage tanks found in North America and elsewhere in the world. Its enabling technology is its proprietary enthalpy sensor, which can highly accurately measure both energy going into a water heater as well the energy being used. Aquanta's software uses the sensor data to "learn" and control the water heating according to a homeowner's usage patterns. The user interface will be web-based, with integrations planned into the major smart home platforms on the market.
Integrated Solution Comprising Spectrum ChannelPort, Ellipse, and ProView Systems Speeds and Simplifies Playout of Visually Rich Programming
Dante network intelligently distributes lecture audio for multiple classes in large "wet lab"
New Scalers/Converters Integrate Analog and Digital Devices to Lengthen Product Life and Offer Seamless System Integration
The new version of TrueConf for OS X 1.2.3 allows users to stream video content to any video conferencing endpoint, and features convenient calls, messaging, and user interfaces.
Session will explore how to increase collaboration through implementation of effective huddle rooms
Retrofittable device that converts water heaters into smart, networked appliances
Tech & Learning magazine named 102 education technology products as winners in its prestigious 32-year-old recognition program.
Jaunt, New Deal Studios, iZugar Studio, and More Will Envelop the Senses
CEDIA backs SMART BUILDINGS SHOW
Control all of your connected devices from one small hub and user-friendly dashboard
NATPE||CONTENT FIRST AND CONSUMER ELECTRONICS ASSOCIATION COLLABORATE FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR ON JOINT CONSUMER RESEARCH
Two-phase research project will examine how consumers discover TV programs and their attitudes towards alternatives to live TV viewing----- Findings to be presented in January 2015 at the International CES and NATPE Market and Conference
Christie Roadie 4K45 is the brightest lamp-illuminated projector on the market
New Roadie and upgraded Christie Twist among booth highlights
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Smart Bulbs are out there and they can do far more then just provide light. Speakers, projectors, wi-fi extenders and more. The standard light socket that is wired up and ready to go in nearly every home in North America is now providing an easy and affordable option for home owners and renters alike to enter into the world of the "Smart Home". Here is a look at some of the Smart Bulbs and Smart Lighting options out there, and this list is just the beginning. In this ongoing article we hope to continue to add to and grow this list, so stay tuned!