Global Revenue from Shipments of Residential Internet of Things Devices is Expected to Total More Than $330 Billion from 2015 to 2025, According to Navigant Research
Multiple competing protocols and standards are creating confusion for customers, report finds
Music Matters Deploys Barix SoundScape Solution to Simplify Distribution and Management of In-Store Radio
First US deployment demonstrates power of quick deployment, flexible scheduling, reliable playout and streamlined monitoring
A new electromechanical relay series from American Zettler ( AZ576) shows best-in-class performance ratings for applications in Appliance, Lighting, Controls and other Industries - "More power, more cycles, at higher temperatures"
RE580D and RE450 Wireless Dual-Band Range Extenders Expand and Improve Wi-Fi Range up to 10,000 Square Feet in the Home* Reaching Speeds of Up to 1,900Mbps
The Latest and Largest in the Popular EREN Series Line, the 42 Rack Space EREN-42E1K Has a Usable Depth of 33 Inches and a Load Capacity of 1,300 lbs.
MICHAEL DE WAAL-MONTGOMERY for VentureBeat: Populous countries in Asia Pacific — most notably China and India — are leading a nearly $3 trillion boom in the consumer electronics market between now and 2020, with smart home devices growing the fastest of any segment, according to a new report by Future Market Insights that came out Thursday. Top players in the space include Apple (with its new Apple TV push), Samsung (with its SmartThings Hub announced earlier this year), HP (which just split into two companies this month), LG, Sony, Toshiba, Panasonic, and Hitachi. Basically, we’re talking about any smart device (so most likely Internet-connected) that makes life easier for the average consumer in their home. Nest’s smart thermostat and smoke detector are probably classic examples of the segment, which the report says is growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 23 percent. Cont'd...
Starting today, homeowners can securely control their entryways through their smartphones with two industry-leading devices
Securitas and Alarm.com (Nasdaq: ALRM) have entered into a strategic partnership to launch Alarm.com's cloud-based security and automation services in Europe.
Identifying Quality Software Projects Within NHS' Code4Health Custodian Model
When the behavioral patterns are known, exceptions can be detected and analyzed. For instance, minor exceptions like skipping a meal or major ones like not getting out of bed in the morning, or even suspicious inactivity in the afternoon.
Anthony Karcz for Forbes: Quick, how many connected devices do you have in your house? Do you have a smart thermostat or LED bulbs? How do you control them, via various different apps on your phone? What about when you’re gone and your phone is with you? What do you do then? Sentri is a new company on the scene that has an answer to all of these questions. Coming off a successful Kickstarter campaign, they are offering a home-automation hub and security camera to help everyone in your household control your smart devices and keep them safe. Compatible with Nest, Philips Hue, and WeMo switches (for now, more partners will be announced in the future), Sentri provides easy access to your smart home via a 10-inch touchscreen. Cont'd...
Giveaway at noon on Wednesday at Vivint Smart Home Arena
Exploring Smart Home Technology in 210 Square Feet
With the addition of Z-Wave technology to its product roadmap, Padio Systems notes the importance of interoperable standards when introducing new smart technology to residential and commercial markets.
Over three-fourths of U.S. broadband households very concerned about security/privacy when using connected devices
Parks Associates Research Examines Security in the Connected Home
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