Chief Scientist to Share Expertise on IoT Privacy and Connected Home Security at Parks Associates' Premier Connected Home Conference
Smart Garage Starter Kit Pairs with Mobile App to Deliver Remote Control and Video Capabilities for Anytime, Anywhere Access
Training Sessions Provide Knowledge to Maximize the Potential of Powersoft Amplifiers in Dante-Based Environments, Fixed Installations and Voice Alarm Applications
Ken Yeung for VentureBeat: Nest has released an open-sourced version of its Thread protocol, making its home automation network technology more broadly available to developers. The introduction of OpenThread is expected to give parties interested in working with open-source technology all the benefits of building on Thread — allowing them to continue innovating without dealing with the current limitations of the protocol. This project is the company’s first open-source initiative. Created by Nest, Samsung, ARM, Atmel, Dialog Semiconductor, Qualcomm Technologies, and Texas Instruments, Thread was intended to be the standard for connected home devices and apps. When it was announced in 2014, the protocol was described as providing a common network language that products like smart thermostats and smoke alarms could use to talk with each other. Cont'd...
SmartThings to keynote 20th-annual CONNECTIONS™ Connected Home Conference
The annual report evaluates interesting, new and innovative vendors, products and services in the connected home space that are combining usability with intelligence and design.
Dan Sung for Wareable: Wi-Fi has proved to be a really effective way of getting our laptops, our tablets, our phones and even our TVs and stereo systems to talk to the internet but it's not working for the smart home. The Internet of Things has more subtle needs than these big-batteried, regularly charged or permanently powered items, and clunky old Wi-Fi can't handle the pressure of getting scores of small sensors talking. You might have heard of names ZigBee, Z-Wave and, more recently, Thread but what do they do? And should be you considering them when planning your smart home? Read on to find out. Why standards matter: Let's say you fill your home with connectable devices. They're sitting there - your washing machine, your door lock, your toasted sandwich maker or whatever - and they're bursting with notifications to send to you and to each other. Cont'd...
Icontrol Networks Profiles Professionally-Installed Smart Home Customers; Shows Security and Support Driving Factors in DIFM Smart Home Decisions
Alliance Appoints New President, Enhances Focus on Europe and Asia, Deepens Engagement with IoT Industry Groups and Continues to Make Membership Accessible to Early Stage Innovators
Provides the Entry Point for a Personalized and Interoperable Smart Home
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New consumer research outlines consumer engagement strategies for care providers
All-in-one home security system's ingenious design takes consumer-first approach
New ZigBee 3.0 SDK eases compatibility with multiple communication protocols in today's Smart Home
Parks Associates speaking at key IoT events this week: Internet of Things World, Future Connected Cars, and ATA
Analysts to Discuss New Research on Security in the Connected Home, Predictive Intelligent Systems, and the Digital Health Market
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