Digital health research finds smart watches preferred over fitness trackers for sports activities
Designed to penetrate through walls and floors, APOLLO provides up to three times more range than standard cameras.
The PIN Genie Smart Lock passed the toughest security test of BHMA A156 Grade B last week, has 20 more days in their Kickstarter campaign
Honoring those who exemplify excellence and dedication to the custom installation channel
Research firm to present webcast on impact of IoT on U.S. and European insurance industries
dinCloud Executive Named to Top Midmarket IT Executives List by The Channel Company and Midsize Enterprise Summit
Continuous Awards Validate dinCloud's Strength in Channel Efforts, Innovation, and Growth in the Midmarket
New iDevices® Smart Home Essentials Kit Delivers Seamless Smart Home Evolution Complete with Concierge Service
iDevices delivers its first curated selection of premium, personalized, hub-free smart home products in one thoughtful package
Parks Associates President to present global IoT research insights at Smart Home Summit London
Select Series PDU With RackLink Features Unique Form Factors and Intelligent Control, Simplifying Installations and Reducing Cost of Service
Home building expert, Sabine H. Schoenberg, offers insights to the smart home tech industry at CEDIA 2016 in Dallas, TX
ABI Research: The advent of home automation and rapid rise of smart home connected devices is seeing some vendors and new startups scramble to become a part of the movement, with ABI Research forecasting 360 million smart home device shipments by 2020. But many companies are leaving major security flaws in the wake of their hurried attempts to penetrate the market, producing products riddled with bugs and unpatched vulnerabilities. Ignoring cybersecurity at the design level provides a wide open door for malicious threat actors to exploit smart home products. “We see an alarming increase in ransomware in smart TVs and IP cameras, code injection attacks, evidence of zero-day threats, and password eavesdropping for smart locks and connected devices,” says Dimitrios Pavlakis, Industry Analyst at ABI Research. “The current state of security in the smart home ecosystem is woefully inadequate. Smart home device vendors need to start implementing cybersecurity mechanisms at the design stage of their products.” Numerous attack vectors have been identified in popular smart home communication protocols, such as ZigBee, Z-Wave, and Wi-Fi. Many companies are creating and selling easy-to-tamper smart locking systems, easy-to-hack sensor systems, and products that host a plethora of software vulnerabilities. Cont'd...
The use of written material in education has become boring to today's digital users. Neurological studies have proven that memories are reinforced when an emotion was attached to memory.
"The new ELAN software update allows custom installers to integrate more devices into the system than ever before," said Tom McKeon, Core Brands Software Product Manager. "As the connected home market expands, so too does ELAN's capability to serve as the primary controller for every residential project. This new software reinforces the fact that ELAN is, and will continue to be, the most intuitive control hub for any smart home."
XWO-BKT1 Gives Professional Installers a Simple and Cost-Effective Way to Deliver High Quality Wi-Fi to Guest Houses, Outbuildings and Outdoor Areas
CEDIA - Nortek Security & Control Launches Weather-tight, Hardwired Doorbell Camera for the Security and Custom Dealer
New video doorbell with two-way audio features battery-free installation and hermetically-sealed design for long-lasting performance.
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The Visto Doorbell is a new Smart Doorbell from Comelit which combines a modern Italian design with all of the basic features you are looking for in a smart video doorbell. In fact, it is so smart that it can use the 2 wires from your existing doorbell and pass both the power and the data signals. This solves the common problem of having poor wifi coverage all the way at your front door. The Visto also has built in night vision, video recording on a SD card and in the cloud, motion detection, and multiple mounting options including an angle mount. The second thing we are introducing is the Visto Dealer referral program. Because we only sell through the Professional Distribution channel, we want to give our dealers who buy in that channel extra incentives to sell our product. For any security dealers or installers who go on our website www.vistodoorbell.com, and sign up for our program, we will offer the following: - Free referrals to customers in your area - Cashback program - 10% discount during the 1st month of the launch - Free Visto t-shirts and gear - A chance to win a trip for 2 to Venice, Italy Its that easy. Let us refer customer to you and get paid in the process. All while selling a wonderful Italian designed smart doorbell which is innovative and easy to install. So all dealers should protect the pro-channel and install products like the Visto which are made and sold only at your friendly local security and low voltage distributors.