Leading Internet of Things technology provider demonstrates IOT platform for connected products and systems at CES 2014
The SmartHub, an advanced deadbolt smart lock, provides homeowners with wireless connectivity and security.
Yale Real Living Joins Partners at CES 2014 To Demonstrate Innovative, Feature-Rich Intelligent Locks
The Yale Real Living line features touchscreen and push button locks that work with a wide variety of wireless home control systems.
Yale Real Living locks join the OpenHome Partner Program and are first to be certified for iControl's Converge and Touchstone solutions, the power behind leading connected home systems.
Features Smallest Interior Footprint Of Any Lock In Its Class.
Kwikset Continues To Push Envelope For Smart Lock Technology In 2014 With Series Of Kevo Advancements
- DWV's industry expertise leads to successful sale of historic speaker manufacturer -
"Having a single pan-Canadian distributor was our goal and Evolution fills this need well by having sales teams situated across the entire country".
The move provides consumers with a high performing, add-on audio solution for screens 39-inches and larger that is as good-looking as it is easy to install.
Keynote Announcements from Sony, Yahoo and Cisco Plus Compelling SuperSessions Open 2014 International CES
CEA forecasts record industry revenue for 2014 at $208 billion including $6 billion in sales of new categories like 3D printing, wireless health and Ultra HD; First UHD projector revealed
Patented U-LED technology combines Local Dimming, Smart Peaking, Image Compensation and High Color Gamut technologies for the most intelligent backlight control and the most vibrant color-rich scenes.
AVB visionary Lee Minich and engineers to add talent and industry expertise
The cables are built precisely to the USB3 Vision specification hosted by the AIA (Automated Imaging Association) for the machine vision industry.
Melchin to Share Expert Insight on Benefits of Building Information Modeling
Since its debut in July 2012, Iris has delivered the vision of the smart home to consumers by making home automation simple, affordable and scalable. Consumers can customize systems with a wide breadth of connected home devices to monitor and control their homes from a single, easy-to-use interface. "Our goal when creating Iris was to make home automation systems simple, affordable and able to grow with customers' evolving needs," said Kevin Meagher, Lowe's vice president and general manager, Smart Home. "Lowe's relationship with our vendors allows us to develop and deliver the broadest range of connected home solutions to make homes safer, more efficient and easier to manage." Iris's newest product features, along with its expansive vendor relationships with brands consumers know and trust such as First Alert, Honeywell, Schlage, and Whirlpool, aim to deliver on the promise of the smart home today. The new Iris features will help consumers make their homes safer, more energy efficient and more easily managed; they include water shut-off valves that cut supply when a leak is detected, smart sprinkler systems to manage water consumption, the ability to link to smart meters to make energy consumption visible, additional energy saving devices and more convenient ways to program the home including a voice control feature, iVee, and universal garage door openers.
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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.