Introducing pHin, the First Sensor, Mobile App, and Chemical Home Delivery System with On-Demand Pool Service
10 sensors with Bluetooth Smart, 6LoWPAN or ZigBee connectivity for just $29
Z-Wave Labs announces Boston-based start-up BeON Home as first winner of global IoT developer competition
With a focus on adding Z-Wave functionality to its Bluetooth enabled intelligent home protection solution, BeON becomes first Z-Wave Labs winner.
Available at Apple Stores in July
Lutron Announces Availability of Apple HomeKit-enabled Cas©ta Wireless Smart Bridge Smart Bridge Provides Remote Control of Lights Using Siri, Adding Convenience and Simplicity to Everyday Life
Cas©ta Wireless Lighting Starter Kit, including Smart Bridge, Available Now at Apple Stores
- WeR@Home new version update offers enhanced flexibility for end users and their service providers
MediaTek Launches the MT7623 and MT7683 - Multi-Standard IoT Gateways with High Speed WLAN to LAN to Drive the Secure Smart Home
MT7623 and MT7683 feature innovative TRGMII ("Turbo" ethernet interface) to allow bi-directional traffic between WLAN and LAN for a faster connected experience
The smart home is the next big trend, but its breakthrough is slowed down by consumers' concerns about digital security and privacy. With its advanced features, Teleste's unique privacy solution keeps smart homes protected from unauthorized parties.
Open Platform for Simpler, Faster Development and Deployment of IoT Devices and Applications
With SmartThings Open Cloud, device makers can bring new products to market more rapidly by focusing on building connected devices without having to build and maintain their own device cloud infrastructure.
Accelerating open development and deployment of new IoT applications and services ---- Samsung ARTIK Challenge to encourage IoT solutions for water conservation
From Josh Lowensohn for The Verge: If you plan on building or buying a connected gadget in the immediate future, Samsung wants to be inside of it. Today the company announced Artik, a collection of small system-on-chips designed to power everything from wearable devices to home appliances. The Artik line is made up three different sizes, what Samsung is calling the Artik 1, 5, and 10. The one is the tiniest of the bunch, measuring at 12mm by 12mm, and runs off a coin cell battery for what Samsung says is "several weeks." It has Bluetooth LE, an accelerometer, a 9-axis motion sensor, a gyroscope, a magnetometer, and a cost of less than $10. Samsung envisions companies using it for Bluetooth tags (like Tile), location beacons, and wearables. The larger Artik 5 (which is a little larger than a quarter) is like a small computer, and adds Wi-Fi, ZigBee wireless, and onboard 720p video decoding. Samsung says a good use case of the Artik 5 would be something like on-board chips for drones. Lastly, the Artik 10 — which is the most like a small computer and will run about $100 — adds more storage, 1080p video decoding, and a 1.3GHz Octa Core processor, all things Samsung says will be useful for media hubs, home servers, and personal cloud storage devices.
Samsung President, Young Sohn, To Unveil New Platforms for IoT Innovation in Opening Keynote at Internet of Things World 2015
Internet of Things World at the Moscone Center West, May 12-13, 2015
Econais WiSmart and CyberVision/Kaa make it easy to create IoT cloud connected embedded systems
Marvell Unveils Industry-Leading ZigBee Wireless Microcontroller SoC to Advance Smart Home and IoT Innovations
Marvell announced its next-generation industry-leading 88MZ300 802.15.4/ZigBee wireless microcontroller system-on-chip (SoC), the newest member of Marvell's wireless microcontroller family of Internet of Things solutions. The high-performance, low-power, cost-effective SoC offers superior radio frequency (RF) performance that more than doubles the transmission range and reduces power consumption by 50 percent over Marvell's previous generation 88MZ100 SoC, while maintaining the least amount of external components due to the high integration in silicon. Together with its support for open standards, including the upcoming ZigBee 3.0 and Thread protocols, the 88MZ300 SoC, along with a ZigBee to Wi-Fi bridge reference design and an ecosystem of hardware manufacturers and system integration partners, it enables original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to rapidly bring new, innovative IoT applications to market. The 88MZ300 SoC is sampling now. "Marvell continues to demonstrate innovation in home automation, connected lighting and IoT with its 88MZ300 ZigBee wireless microcontroller which leads 802.15.4 technology in both performance and cost," said Philip Poulidis, Vice President and General Manager, Mobile and Internet of Things Business Units at Marvell. "Along with Kinoma and Marvell's recently announced Smart Home Cloud Center™, the 88MZ300 delivers a total solution for home automation and IoT markets. We look forward to the range of exciting new product opportunities that will be possible with the deployment of the 88MZ300."
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INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.