CEDIA 2014 - 'Torus Power Hour +' CEDIA CEU Course Promises to Be a Groundbreaker Thanks to an All-Star Cast of Industry Experts
Renowned experts Anthony Grimani, Dennis Erskine, Arthur Kelm, Dr. Henry Pajooman, David Rodarte and Kevin Main give CEDIA professionals the inside track on grounding and power for high-end, high-performance installations
Units will be available for immediate purchase as an approved NACE dealer or through approved distribution partners.
Klein Tools' Open Jaw Cable Cutter Receives Platinum Award
Parks Associates: Doctor-patient video consultations will nearly triple from 5.7 million in 2014 to over 16 million in 2015
Charter Sponsors ADT, Care Innovations, Lowe's, and Z-Wave provide key leadership roles for the inaugural Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers
Microsoft is betting on the future of the smart home, and it's hoping to discover that future within its own ranks.
Earlier this summer, the company announced plans to launch a start-up accelerator focused specifically on home automation and the Internet of Things. It was a move made partly in an attempt to compete with Apple and Google, both of which have made significant strides in home automation. It's also a simple acknowledgement of a market that's expected to double in size over the next five years.
This past week, Microsoft announced the 10 start-ups that will participate in the accelerator program, which will run from September to December of this year on Microsoft's Redmond, Wash., campus. The chosen outfits were selected from a pool of more than 400 candidates.
"The goal of this Accelerator is simple: to help a new generation of companies create smarter and safer homes," said Steven Guggenheimer, chief evangelist at Microsoft Developer Experience, in a statement.
"We share the belief that over time the home automation trend will fundamentally change how we interact with and manage our homes — making them more efficient, communicative and ultimately safer." Full List:
Symetrix increases commitment to customers in Latin America and the Caribbean by appointing leading sales representative, PRO AVLS.
New components reinforce Clare's commitment to meeting the requirements of the widest range of custom integrators.
OMNI Premium Wireless Headphones offer luxurious comfort at an affordable price.
Audivo Integrates CSR's VibeHub™ Networked Audio Platform to Significantly Ease Development of Whole Home Audio Solutions
VibeHub-Based Module Provides Flexible Turnkey Solution to Help Speed Time to Market
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Bluetech Automation introduces its new Bluetooth iOpener Version 2 with more features and greater connectivity options
The latest model iOpener v2 is available August 2014 and is compatible with the iPhone - iOS7 and above, as well as Android version 4.3. Featuring a long-range Bluetooth module and connections ports for three separate devices, the iOpener v2 adds more features and greater connectivity options.
"Our new DIN rail mountable midspan/injectors allow greater flexibility in the deployment and installation of PoE equipment in rack and equipment enclosure systems, which can significantly decrease installation time in many cases"
Indiegogo - Startup Company, Intugine, Introduces Nimble: Gesture Control Technology To Enhance All Technology Interactions
Team of young entrepreneurs launch an Indiegogo campaign to fund their futuristic technology that allows users to control technology simply by moving their hands
For most of its brief existence, the modern smart home has offered a frustratingly fragmented user experience. A maze of competing, proprietary ecosystems has forced consumers to pick a "side" (be it Staples Connect, Lowes Iris, Quirky Wink, or Belkin WeMo) and sacrifice otherwise attractive products on the altar of compatibility.
Some see a potential solution in IFTTT (If This Then That), a free service that gives websites, apps, and devices a simple way to interact with one another.
Major brands—including Philips, Nest, and even Belkin and Quirky—have already made their products compatible with IFTTT. This week home security giant ADT announced that it's developing an IFTTT "channel" for its Pulse home automation system.
At its most basic, IFTTT lets you create "recipes" with the tech you use every day as the ingredients. The recipes follow a simple template in which "triggers" set off associated "actions."
CyberPower Inc. today announced its all-new Raven X6 - a powerful and stylish gaming notebook featuring NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M graphics cards and Intel Core i7-4710HQ mobile processor. Base price is $1199.
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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.