ELAN® g! GIVES APPLE®-ENTHUSIAST TOTAL CONTROL OVER HIS 18,000-SQUARE FOOT HOME

Digital Home Lifestyles equipped the new home with an ELAN g! system that can be easily controlled with an iPhone® or iPad®.

AT&T Digital Life, New Home Security and Automation Service Launches in Six Additional U.S. Markets

AT&T Digital Life Gives Consumers Control to Secure and Manage their Homes from Virtually Anywhere.

A New Range of WiFi Modules and Mini PCIe Cards from the Wireless Experts - Sequoia Technology

Sequoia Technology launches new exciting WiFi Modules and Mini PCIe Cards that are cost effective and prove to be simple to use amongst other redeeming technical features.

Microsoft Has an Operating System for Your House

Researchers at Microsoft have released software aimed at making it easier for homes to be monitored, automated, and controlled using computers and the Internet. It also paves the way for developers to create apps that can be “installed” into homes with numerous different devices to make use of them in new ways.

Although Internet-connected products for the home—including security cameras, thermostats, and motion sensors—are readily available, it can be challenging to install them, and they typically work independently. The new software from Microsoft, called Lab of Things, provides a centralized virtual dashboard for monitoring and controlling different “smart home” devices. It also provides standards for building “apps” for homes with the Lab of Things software installed.

Microsoft researcher Arjmand Samuel announced the Lab of Things software this week at Microsoft’s annual Faculty Summit, held for researchers from inside and outside the company. He said it was needed because the challenges of installing and running collections of home automation devices are holding back research into new possible uses for the technology.

The Lab of Things software “lowers the barrier to deploying field studies in connected homes,” he said, explaining that trials of home automation systems that combine multiple types of sensors and other devices are typically small-scale and short-lived due to the inconveniences for both researchers and the volunteers who welcome them into their homes.

Providing a common platform will help ready technology for consumers who want to automate or augment their home, said Samuel, by making it easier for researchers to try out new ideas and create home automation apps.

TRU-Vu Monitors Releases New 8.4" Medical-Grade LCD Monitor

The MM.84S is a new 8.4" Medical-Grade LCD Display. It complies to UL 60601-1, enabling use in surgical operating rooms, hospitals and diagnostic systems.

RTI Debuts Line of Ethernet-Enabled Expansion Modules

Featuring Built-In Ethernet, Units Easily Expand the Capabilities of RTI Control Processors by Adding Routable IR Ports, Two-Way RS-232 Ports, Addressable Relays, and More

Bizplay introduces one low-cost subscription for unlimited screens/players

Bizplay announced new subscriptions for their web-based content management system for digital signage. They now fully leverage the power of being a 100% web-based company, by allowing a single subscription to serve an unlimited number of screens/players. Design once, play anywhere for one low fee.

Christie Demonstrates Leadership in Integrated Visualization Display Technologies at SIGGRAPH 2013

Showcasing Full Range of Digital Display Solutions to Fill Customer Needs

Building Automation & Controls Market to Grow $49.5 Billion - 2018

The report, based on the extensive research study of the global building automation and controls market, is aimed at identifying the entire market of the building automation and controls specifically lighting, security & access, HVAC, entertainment, outdoor controls, elevator controls and BMS. The report covers the overall market and sub-segment markets through extensively detailed classifications.

The total building automation and controls market is expected to reach $49.5 billion by 2018 growing at a double digit CAGR from 2013 till 2018. & The stringent regulations being imposed by the governments augmented by the increasing need to save operational costs by building owners has enhanced the demand for building automation and controls. Although the concept of building automation has been in existence for a long time and has witnessed profound growth in the last five years there is huge demand for HVAC, security and access controls. Growing awareness of wireless technologies and the developments towards the integration of wired and wireless will propel the market in the future. & Demand for energy efficient buildings, more convenient devices and enhanced security via building automation and controls remains the major drivers for the building automation controls market. Growth in government incentives, assistance of powerline communication and global sporting events such as World Cup Soccer in 2014, Olympics in 2016 offer excellent opportunities to the market growth. & In addition to this, wireless technology has revolutionized the market; further boosting the market for already existing buildings.

System Integrators and Contractors Embrace Lowell Manufacturing

Lowell Manufacturing Company has become a leading choice for contractors and system integrators nationwide.

A TRIO OF NEW TRUAUDIO PRODUCTS FROM AMBER INTERNATIONAL

The SLIM-200 home theatre soundbar, the Trunami Series in-wall subwoofer and the new 'Grand Canyon' family of Ghost Series in-ceiling speakers.

PARADIGM LAUNCHES NEW CONSUMER WEBSITE

After undergoing a complete redesign, Paradigm's new website offers vastly improved navigation, an intuitive dealer locator and emphasis on high-resolution photography.

Extron Ships HDCP-Compliant WindoWall Pro Series

Powerful and Versatile

Desktop Networking Products from Legrand Expands Retrofit Options for Wired and Wireless Home Networks

Easy-to-install devices with latest technologies ensure a fast, reliable connection throughout the home

Christie Brings Cinema Sound to Vivid Life with the Launch of New Christie Vive Audio

Articulated, Single Enclosure Line Array Speakers and Class D Amplifier Solution Heralds Major Leap in Cinema Sound Innovation

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Light sockets; Not just for lights anymore

Light sockets; Not just for lights anymore

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!