ZigBee-certified solution accelerates adoption of standard-compliant smart home devices
Dome Home Automation Offers Easy to Use, High Quality Z-Wave Devices for Home Owners, Businesses, and Integrators
JACOB KLEINMAN for TechnoBuffalo: Back in January, Mark Zuckerberg announced that his personal challenge for the year would be to develop an artificial intelligence capable of controlling his house similar to J.A.R.V.I.S. from Iron Man. Now the Facebook CEO says he’s almost ready to show off the new AI. “I hope to have a demo, hopefully next month,” he said during a Facebook Town Hall Q&A session broadcast live from Rome on Monday, August 29. Zuckerberg’s AI is capable of controlling the house, including connected lights and thermostat. It was developed with help from Facebook engineers and uses voice recognition along with face recognition software. So it can do things like open the gate to his house without needing to receive a specific command first. Cont'd...
Arduino-Compatible IoT Framework Opens New Monitoring and Tracking Possibilities
Exclusive feature enables seamless integration between the Sonos App and Crestron touchscreens
"Empowering Your Network" Course Eligible for CEDIA CEU Credit
U.S. has more than twice as many home security systems than Western Europe
Company Offers Training on Matrix Control Server Software for VIP IP Video Distribution Management Products
Andrew Gebhart for CNet: Back in 2014, Bosch introduced the Home Connect app with the intention of making it an all encompassing solution. At this year's IFA trade show in Berlin, the German company is bringing that dream closer to fruition. Bosch showed off three new products and announced integration with online rules platform IFTTT at this morning's press conference. It shows the company's intention to make a concerted push into the smart home with its own products, while allowing the system to remain open to wider integration. Cont'd...
AMADAS successfully hits $70K funding goal for its innovative smart door lever lock
At one-fifth the price of traditional security, the easy-to-install ceiling-mounted Sensor has a sleek design that includes a camera, smoke detector, motion detector and siren. When the Sensor detects motion or smoke, it will automatically send three high-definition images to the user's smartphone via the Novi app.
iPort is proud to announce The xPRESS Audio Keypad, the world's first WiFi direct remote control for Sonos®. iPort is also pleased to announce its Endorsed Partner relationship with Sonos providing deep integration between iPort and Sonos products.
Have you noticed the trend for new HD displays to have fewer and fewer ports? How are you supposed to connect the myriad of devices you own? Wouldn't it be great to be able to use a central collection of devices shared across multiple displays?
All 12 distributor members will attend CEDIA Expo in the PowerHouse Alliance booth and offer a range of trainings and events throughout September.
Lowe's integrates Amazon Alexa into its smart home hub to control lights, temperature with voice commands
Nat Levy for GeekWire: Lowe’s is the latest company to take advantage of Alexa, the digital brain that powers Amazon Echo. The home improvement giant earlier this week began rolling out voice-integrated skills for Iris, its smart home system. The new skills allow users to control Iris devices throughout the house with the sound of their voice. That means users can now say things like, “Alexa, set the temperature to 72 degrees,” or “Alexa, turn on the ceiling fan.” Lowe’s makes a host of smart products under its Iris division, and not all of them are Alexa-integrated yet. For now it’s mostly thermostats, fans and light switches. Cont'd...
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