Royal Philips announced that at LIGHTFAIR International 2014 it will highlight state-of-the art Connected Lighting systems available for the home and outdoor applications, as well as preview the company's breakthrough Connected Lighting systems for offices and retail. In a Connected Lighting system, light points merge with a building's or city's IT network, allowing the lighting system to act as an information pathway. Comprehensive lighting management software can deliver targeted, intelligent illumination, reducing cost by providing the right light at the right place at the right time, as well as enabling users to tailor the lighting system to their preferences via mobile apps. Lighting points can also transmit their location information to smart devices so that downloaded apps can provide location-based services. Philips Connected Lighting systems allow actionable data collected from sensors in intelligent luminaires to be made available to facility or city managers, who can then use the data for informed business decisions and greater customer insight. For indoor systems, an integrated view of a building's occupancy patterns and energy usage optimizes the distribution of resources, resulting in unprecedented levels of energy and operational efficiency. Moreover, the Philips systems demonstrate the company's commitment to delivering hybrid, customer-centric solutions that encompass both Philips and non-Philips products, non-LED luminaires, a range of power and data options, including Power-over-Ethernet (PoE), wireless communications, standard and digital dimmers and lighting controls.
"We.hub is a 'conference room in a box' with the wireless connectivity and communication features to seamlessly connect colleagues, clients or students no matter where they are located. Once connected, We.hub's highly intuitive, plug-and-play ability enables workers and learners to understand, create and share like never before," added McCullough.
Award Winning Products and Services Recognized Live on the Expo Floor
Range Extender Works with Existing Router to Bring High-Speed Wireless Connectivity to Wi-Fi Dead Zones with the Push of a Button
Change is in the Air: U.S. Households Viewing TV Programming only via the Internet are Poised to Surpass those Viewing only via Antenna, Finds New CEA Study
Study Underscores Continuing Shift in Consumer Viewing Habits and Rise of Internet Delivery
Ascension Health, Humana Wellness, Kaiser, Qualcomm Life & Walgreens keynote Connected Health Summit
Parks Associates hosts inaugural conference to examine consumer perspective on new healthcare strategies and innovations
Funding goal for tado° Cooling reached on Kickstarter
Session to Discuss Wired and Wireless Microphone Technologies Available for Today's Conference Room Environments
The future of digital cinema extends beyond the silver screen. Today's multiplex theaters create immersive environments using digital signage to engage movie-goers as soon as they enter.
Wirelessly connect up to four HDTVs without sacrificing picture or sound quality. SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Actiontec Electronics today announced MyWirelessTV2, its latest advancement in wireless live TV technology at its lowest price point.
Confirming rumors that began circulating last week, Apple unveiled the Homekit home automation project at today's Worldwide Developers Conference as a way to connect iPhones and iPads to smart home devices like light bulbs and appliances. "We thought we could bring rationality into the home automation space," Craig Federighi said from the WWDC stage on Monday morning. He announced that Homekit will employ a "common network protocol that has secure pairing so only your iPhone can unlock your garage door." Possibly built on the Reminders app's geofencing capabilities, Homekit will allow users to trigger any compatible device when their iPhone enters or leaves a specific location. Additionally, Siri integration will allow users to say things like "get ready for bed" to enable a suite of smarthome functions at the same time, like making sure a garage door is closed, thermostat is lowered, and lights are dimmed. This usability was hinted at when Haier debuted the Tianzun air conditioner, the first MFi-approved home appliance, at this year's CES, but that presentation didn't mention any "made for iOS" requirements for devices. The WWDC presentation mentioned that Apple is working with "leaders in home automation to give HomeKit a consistent network protocol," and a giant screen listed names such as Haier, Honeywell, Texas Instruments, and more.
The one-of-a-kind integrated system installed at Boa Lounge in Hoboken, NJ was awarded Best Bar/Restaurant System of 2013 by Commercial Integrator.
Gefen will be exhibiting at InfoComm 2014, presenting its new logo and brand identity, reflecting a strategic new direction that builds upon the Gefen legacy with practical innovations in digital connectivity.
Denon® Electronics announces the introduction of three new 2014 Network AV Receivers: IN-Command models AVR-X1100W, AVR-X2100W and AVR-X3100W. Each delivers the latest Denon surround sound technology plus the ultimate in connectivity including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth at an affordable price.
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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!