Specialist captures live video and audio for performances and events across 11 stages and five days for live streams, broadcast TV special
New Internet of Things research reports nearly 4% of U.S. households will have a smart home controller in 2014
InfoComm India 2014 is an excellent opportunity to reconnect with the many system integrators, dealers, distributors, and customers in this region who take the time to travel to the show.
We're very excited to meet with our valued partners and customers at this year's CEDIA to not only showcase our latest products, but also highlight newly developed two-way drivers and updates to the APEX control platform.
At CEDIA EXPO 2014, Pro Control will introduce powerful new additions to our product lineup that attendees won't want to miss.
OKIDOKEYS Bluetooth® Smart Locks and the Internet of things technology revolutionize keys making access to your home simpler and safer than ever before.
The IN1604 DTP is ideal for installation beneath conference tables and in lecterns to provide localized switching support for sources such as presenter devices, as well as signal extension up to 330 feet (100 meters) over shielded CATx cable to reach a wall or ceiling-mounted display.
New models feature edge-to-edge micro-perf grilles and enhanced acoustic designs
CE veteran will represent Clare in its West Coast region
Kickstarter - Blink, a Wire-Free Home Monitoring System, Has Raised Over Half A Million Dollars on Kickstarter
The affordable, HD home monitoring and alert system will remain on Kickstarter until September 4
AARP, Masimo, Ayla Networks, Continuaa Health Alliance and more to discuss consumer adoption of wearables and connected devices at Connected Health Summit, September 4-5
Battle for the $18 Billion US Smart Home Heats Up as Apple and Google Posture for Position says Strategy Analytics
Spending on smart home systems and services in the US will hit $18 billion in 2014 and more than double to $39 billion by 2019 according to Strategy Analytics' Smart Home Strategies latest forecast. Apple, Google and Samsung are among the big consumer brands posturing for position in the market as ADT, Vivint, Comcast and AT&T drive growth in the interactive security market. The competitive dynamics shaping the market are described in "Handicapping the US Smart Home Horserace." Key findings from the report: Security service providers will drive revenue growth in the US market as ADT and Vivint run neck and neck in front with each having more than 800,000 residential subscribers and FrontPoint, the online reseller Alarm.com's platform, not far behind. Comcast's Xfinity Home is likely to catch up with the frontrunners in 2014 with AT&T's Digital Life also in the chase. Lowe's Iris self-monitoring and control system currently has a big lead on Home Depot for the DIY customer, but Staples, Amazon and Smartlabs, with Microsoft now selling INSTEON devices in its stores, will intensify the battle for DIYers. Apple's HomeKit caused a stir when introduced in June. It has perked up iOS devotees to smart home applications, but it remains a dark horse in the race. Google's Nest acquiring Dropcam adds another cool product to their portfolio and another point of "learning" about what goes on in homes for future Google/Nest applications.
Color-coded border calls attention to new and updated pages, photos and text…
M2M Evolution Conference & Expo 2014
Next Generation NX Series Central Control Processor Now Integrated Into the Entire Enova DGX Line
Records 4156 to 4170 of 28930
Automation & Control - Featured Product
Custom scenes (connecting up to 250 switches) in your living, family or great room, kitchen, study, master bedroom/bathroom, and office. Turn off all lights in your home at the touch of a button. Automatically (Timer Scheduler) turn on/off outdoor security lights, heating and AC, or provide night light convenience anywhere in your home. From creating a virtual 3 way switch anywhere in your home, to turning a group of lights when your garage door is opened, door bell or phone rings.