HTSA Announces New Board of Directors for 2016

Several board veterans return as officers alongside two newcomers to lead buying group in 2016

Dmitry Odintsov Appointed as Chief Business Development Officer of TrueConf

Dmitry Odintsov (former Sales Director) has been positioned as TrueConf Chief Business Development Officer. This newly created position will enable Mr. Odintsov to respond to some exciting, new international market developments. His primary tasks include the identification of promising market niches, the expansion of TrueConf's global partnership network, and the promotion of TrueConf solutions in the Middle East, Latin America and Asia-Pacific region.

CES 16 - Essence Wins Most Innovative Device Solution from the Internet of Things Awards

Care@Home recognized for excellence in IoT-enabled technology

iSocket Wins The Thread Group's Competition And Aims To Create A New Market Of Cellular Connected Homes

iSocket Systems announces today that it has been named Q3 winner of the Thread Group's Innovation Enabler Program 2015 - a quarterly initiative that provides early-stage companies with creative potential the opportunity to play a role in defining the connected home. The new project of the company - CECO HOME - was presented to Thread Group as the new ecosystem for cellular connected homes.

CES 16 - First-Ever CyberSecurity Forum At CES 2016 Will Feature All-Star Lineup Of Cyber Experts And Visionaries To Explore Looming Security Threats

Tom Kellerman of Trend Micro, Gary Kovacs of AVG Technologies, Suzanne Spaulding of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Investigative Journalist Brian Krebs Will Headline CES CyberSecurity Forum January 6, 2016 in Las Vegas ---- Newest Session Will Explore TV vs. Reality with Special Guests from USA Network's Hit Series Mr. Robot

PureLink Now Shipping the MPX100 PureStream Media Player and Software Suite

The New MPX100 HD Wi-Fi Network Digital Signage Player and Media Management Software Provides Greater Control and Flexibility for Dynamic Content Creation

CES 16 - Metra Home Theater Group Announces Easy to Install Spyclops Camera Kits

New surveillance cameras and accessories featured at CES 2016

Open source HomeBridge links 3rd-party smart home devices like Nest to Apple's HomeKit

By Blair MacGregor for AppleInsider:  Homebridge is currently available on GitHub,and works by emulating the iOS HomeKit API through user-contributed modules called Plugins. Each plugin corresponds with a different manufacturer, with the list including smart home titans Nest and Sonos, as well as lesser known manufacturers like Indigo Domotics, Netatmo and Wemo. Both the Homebridge database as well as the Plugins can be installed through a command line prompt as global NPM modules and are compatible with Linux-based systems as well as the Raspberry Pi.  The most obvious use case for using Homebridge to connect with HomeKit is integration with Siri, allowing a user to use voice commands (e.g. "Siri, unlock the front door") for a variety of tasks.  While third-party apps like Home or MyTouchHome have been available for some time, Apple has yet to release an app that functions as a central hub to control multiple HomeKit-connected smart devices, which makes a project like this necessary for those who don't want to wait for Apple. However, some smart home manufacturers like Phillips have introduced devices like the Hue Bridge, which enables users of Phillips' own line of smart light bulbs and accessories to connect their system to HomeKit.    Cont'd.. .

Scout Alarm to Deliver Professional Home Monitoring on the SmartThings Open Platform as the First Premium Services Partner

Premium Service Now Available in Beta for SmartThings users

CytexOne Leverages Control4 Solutions to Bring the Benefits of IoT and Smart Home Technologies to Hotels and Smart Buildings

CytexOne orchestrates technology and solutions from smart home leader Control4 to provide personalized experiences and increase operational efficiency.

Leviton Launches Snap-Link Mobile for Windows 10 Devices

Mobile application offers comprehensive home and business control from Windows 10 smartphones, tablets, desktops and laptops

FSR Provides Georgia-Based System Integrator With Conferencing Solution

NetPlanner Systems Takes Advantage of HuddleVu's Advanced Features For Shared, Interactive Meetings

Consumers Aren't Buying the Smart Home, But Insurers Are

By Stacey Higginbotham for Fortune:  The industry has stalled. But while consumers are scratching their heads, property and casualty insurers have been testing connected doorbells, water sensors, smoke detectors and dozens of other devices. On the life insurance side, wearables and other devices are also in the R&D labs, although that’s less of a focus for this story, since consumers have tended to adopt wearables more readily than the connected home concept. On the P&C side, State Farm is launching a program that will give an all-in one connected security device called the Canary to first responders soon. Last month, American Family created an innovative program with connected doorbell provider Ring, that offered customers a discount if they bought the device, but also would reimburse your deductible if someone managed to break in. American Family also subsidizes the cost of a Nest Protect smoke alarm. USAA has backed a connected car startup called Automatic, while Progressive  PGR 0.10%  has already teamed up with Zubie, another connected car device maker, to deliver discounts on auto insurance for drivers who share data. For insurance firms, the decision to back these startups can range from helping to prevent losses, which can boost profits, and helping make the insurer a more positive and proactive presence in people’s lives. Ryan Ryst, director of innovation at American Family, says that in creating programs around connected devices, an insurance company has a chance to remind people that insurers are acting to protect policy holders.   Cont'd...

IC Real Tech's ALLie Home 360 x 360 Degree Video Camera Now Available for Online Ordering

ALLie Home is the Ultimate Holiday Gift Providing Consumers with Secure Immersive Home Video Monitoring and Added Benefits of Creating Personal Virtual Reality Videos

Biamp Systems Announces New Online Certification Training for Audia(R) Digital Audio Platform

Through the 'Audia for Technicians' self-paced course, participants can improve audio know-how while earning two renewal units toward InfoComm CTS(R) credential

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