HouseLogix, a Pennsylvania-based provider of advanced hardware and software products for home control, today announces the release of VoicePod®, its patented wireless speech control device for home automation systems. VoicePod adds both voice recognition and speech synthesis capabilities to popular home control systems such as Control4. Users simply say "Hello VoicePod" from anywhere in a room to activate VoicePod and then issue voice commands such as "turn on the lights", "secure the house", "good morning" and "listen to music". Utilizing embedded speaker-independent voice recognition technology that requires no web access, VoicePod instantly interprets speech commands for voice control of TV, music, thermostats, lighting, shading, door locks, cameras and more. VoicePod provides many handy voice control features that add speed, convenience and safety to everyday living. For example, users can select TV channels simply by speaking a channel name. Hands-free control of thermostats is also supported. Users can even ask VoicePod questions such as "what is the house status?" or "what is the weather forecast?" and VoicePod verbally delivers the requested information. VoicePod can also speak in response to any event, alerting users to security concerns such as open garage doors or unusual temperatures or weather conditions.
TST-600 ensures a dependable wireless connection
Company maintains competitive edge by making 'under the hood' improvements to LEDView530 and HQView530
Vidblox 2K offers a simple and inexpensive solution to solve a number of integrator challenges for ultra high-resolution video.
HIPOM, a high-tech startup, is breaking new ground in the home automation market with its unique cloud-based parental control solution designed to provide struggling parents everywhere with an easy way to manage the amount of time their children spend online.
South Korean electronics giant LG, utilising the 13th Airport Show running in Dubai until May 8, unveiled its strong portfolio of new digital signage products and solutions for the airports and airlines in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region which is witnessing phenomenal investments in aviation infrastructure development.
The VertNext Pilot Program also integrates digital signage capabilities with customizable mobile apps and social media to expand the way brands engage with consumers.
Ideal acoustics for its varying room configurations and programs
The intimate venue now sports an all-Meyer Sound loudspeaker and monitor system.
Revolabs will make several important product announcements at InfoComm 2013, including the premier of its next-generation, flagship wireless microphone system designed to improve audio quality and simplify large audio communication deployments.
New Standard Will Enable Home Electronics to Communicate Energy Use
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® announced today that it is forming the R7.8 Working Group 2 to develop a new standard to enable home electronics to communicate energy use data to smart energy management systems and apps. The new standard will be called CE-Energy Usage Information (CE-EUI) and will conform to the North American Energy Standards Board Energy Usage Information (NAESB -EUI) model, which forms the basis for the national Green Button initiative. “Product manufacturers already understand how much energy a device will use during operation, based on its design,” said Brian Markwalter, senior vice president of research and standards at CEA. “By programming that information into the device and enabling the device to calculate how much energy it uses over time, manufacturers can help homeowners accurately capture the data for their energy management systems and applications.” The standard will be compatible with the new Green Button “Download My Data” and “Connect My Data” initiatives. Green Button defines how consumers and authorized third-party services can access a history of their home’s total energy usage and cost based on smart meter readings. By enabling each device to report its own energy usage, consumers will be able to see the energy each CE-EUI-compliant device consumes and make better informed decisions. The standard will be network agnostic, operating over networks, such as Wi-Fi, Ethernet, ZigBee and Z-Wave, that are an existing part of the home ecosystem.
IT's audio and image conversion turntables, music systems, and scanners make it easier than ever before to convert vinyl records, cassettes, negatives, slides, and photos into digital files, perfect for safekeeping.
The company's extensive collection of iPad cases with Bluetooth® enabled keyboards offer the ultimate balance of functionality, form factor and features for consumers on the go.
- Parks Associates announced today that Accedo, Apsalar, Adobe, Pandora, and 3scale will participate in the CONNECTIONS™ session "The Evolution of the App Ecosystem," to examine the impact of mobile and connected device adoption and consumer demand for content on the mobile app market.
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