AT&T Digital Life Explores Expanding Reach Of Smart Home Platform With Ericsson

AT&T Digital Life and Ericsson in Discussions to Bring Wireless Home Security and Automation Solution Outside of the United States

Greenwave's AXON Platform to Seamlessly Integrate Mobile IoT and Residential IoT into a Managed Service

Global IoT software leader enables mobile carriers, telco operators and service providers to seamlessly connect devices and fully manage network services

ThreatSTOP CEO and Founder to Present at AGC Partners Annual Information Security Conference

ThreatSTOP, the company that makes threat intelligence actionable in near real time, today announced CEO and Founder Tom Byrnes has been selected to present at the AGC Partners 12th Annual West Coast Information Security and Technology Growth Conference.

Sigma Designs Announces Break-Through Z-Wave® UL Component Recognition

Sigma Designs, Inc.®, a leading provider of intelligent system-on-chip (SoC) solutions for Smart TV and Internet of Things (IoT) for Smart Home, today announced their Z-Wave modules models ZM5101, ZM5202, and ZM5304 with protocol SDK version 6.60 have been evaluated to UL's standards for home security, enabling new applications for professional security sensors and other devices in the multi-billion dollar home security business in the US. 

Professional security sensors such as door and window and motion sensors make up the majority of security devices in the home, which are estimated to represent installation of about 20 million units per year. These devices typically utilize non-standard one-way radios operating at 300/400 MHz frequencies. Since these devices use one-way communication, their effective security and reliability can be compromised. The number one problem faced by security companies is false alarms, which represent more than 50% of the service calls they receive, creating a substantial cost impact. One-way sensors simply cannot evaluate a false alarm. Since Z-Wave is a true two-way network technology, it can identify the actual sensors and be requested to re-check conditions multiple times to reduce these false alarms. Migrating to state-of-the-art two-way sensors will improve the overall security and reliability of security systems and will also represent a substantial competitive advantage for Z-Wave.  Full Press Release:

Sigma Designs Announces Break-Through Z-Wave® UL Component Recognition

Z-Wave Provides the Corner Stone for Adding Sensors to Professional Security Networks

17" Rugged Rackmount LCD Monitor Features Military Grade Standards

Rackmount monitor with MIL-STD-810 and MIL-STD-461E Compliance in vibration, shock, humidity, low temperature, and high temperature meeting the requirements of a demanding and harsh environment.

Global Cach and Clare Controls Form Partnership to Deliver Seamless Connectivity

Clare Controls Products Integrate with Global Cach Hardware Enabling Reliable IP Control

Linksys Ships New Wireless AC1900 MU-MIMO Router Ideal For 4K Streaming

Next-Gen Wi-Fi AC1900 Router Can Connect Multiple Devices To A Network, Including Multiple 4K and HD Video Streams Simultaneously

Preregistration Now Open for Miitomo, Nintendo's First Smart Device App

Create Nintendo Account Before Launch Day and Receive My Nintendo Platinum Points

Bluetooth Gateway Smart Starter Kit navigates home automation

Alun Williams for ElectronicsWeekly.com:  Low-power Bluetooth comms are a well-established known entity, but with the increasingly prevalence of all things IoT, are you aware of how to interface them to the Internet, Web and Clouds? It can be done in various ways and the Bluetooth SIG is aiming to simplify or clarify the path with itsGateway Smart Starter Kit.

This is the boast:  This kit shows you how to move data from all of your Bluetooth sensors into the cloud without a mobile device while giving you the ability to control all of them from one place.

The guide shows how to connect Bluetooth devices or sensors to the web using Bluetooth GAP/GATT RESTful APIs, using a Bluetooth gateway on a Raspberry Pi board. Further, it shows how to communicate and control these devices from the Web.  Cont'd...

AverLogic Technologies and Redpine Signals' HD video WiFi Streaming solution drives the mission to make roads safer

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS • Reference Designs with AverLogic Compression Codec SoC and Redpine Wi-Fi Module demonstrate high quality video transfer for home video monitoring, car camera, and other IoT applications. • AverLogic's AL582C H.264 Codec and Repine Signals' RS9113 WiFi Module streaming solution helps eliminate blind spots for drivers by wirelessly connecting in-car surveillance control panel to cameras attached outside of vehicles.

Child's Play: Smart Toys Will Ease Us into the Great Smart World

As more educational toys and tools go online, the hacks and breaches will affect kids in ways we can't even imagine now.

ISC West - Platinum Tools® Features New Patch Panels at 2016 ISC West

Now Shipping, Platinum Tools Patch Panels Keep Cables in Easily Identifiable Order While Keeping Them Secure, Making it Easier to Re-Configure and Troubleshoot Networks When Desired or Necessary

U.S. Intelligence Head Suggests Agents Might Use Smart Home Tech for Spying

Patrick Sisson for Curbed:  The Internet of Things and smart home technology promise a more wired, intelligent, and—as product designers suggest—responsive environment. But, according to a Guardian story, those internet-connected appliances may also provide information to law enforcement and intelligence agencies. In testimony to the Senate yesterday on threats facing the nation, the U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told lawmakers that agents might take advantage of this new generation of home technology.

"In the future, intelligence services might use the [internet of things] for identification, surveillance, monitoring, location tracking, and targeting for recruitment, or to gain access to networks or user credentials," he was quoted as saying.

Many security experts have warned about the potential security implications of the Internet of Things and smart home devices, but Clapper's statement was one of the most direct by the leader of an intelligence agency.  Cont'd...

ISC West - VMP Features New 19-Inch Equipment Rack Enclosure at ISC West 2016

Now shipping, the Latest and Largest in the Popular EREN Series Line, the 42 Space EREN-42E1K Has a Usable Depth of 33 Inches and a Load Capacity of 1,300 lbs.

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Yale Real Living™ Assure Lock™ with Bluetooth

Yale Real Living™ Assure Lock™ with Bluetooth

The new Yale Real Living™ Assure Lock™ with Bluetooth replaces conventional keys with digital keys accessed through the Yale Digital Keys app for Android and iOS mobile devices, and through an app for the new Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch. The Yale app allows homeowners to unlock doors, send keys to others, control when others have access, get a message when someone enters, and revoke a digital key at any time. Unlocking the deadbolt couldn't be simpler, whether using the Samsung Gear S2 or a smartphone. With the new Samsung Gear S2, touch the watch app to activate the digital key, then touch the lock screen to unlock the deadbolt. With a smartphone, Yale's "Twist and Go" technology allows the user to hold the phone vertically when approaching the door, then twist it 90 degrees to unlock the deadbolt. Homeowners can also unlock the deadbolt using its capacitive touchscreen and a four- to eight-digit code.