Flood and Leak Protection for the Smart Home

WaterCop offers both wired and wireless flood sensors, wired wall switches, and is able to integrate directly with most home security and home automation systems.

One Quarter of Millennials Have Begun Building Smart Homes and Four-in-Ten Want One, According to The NPD Group

Millennials are on the road to building smarter homes. According to The NPD Group Connected Intelligence Home Automation Advisory Service, Millennials are twice as likely as the total population to have a smart home product installed in their residence. The array of smart home products evaluated include network connected security and monitoring devices, sensors, system controllers, smart lighting, power, and appliances. One-in-four Millennials (23 percent) already installed at least one of these products in their homes, compared to 12 percent of the total population. Millennials will continue to drive the growth in this market as four-in-ten (41 percent) of this age group are already aware of and interested in owning smart home products. A key factor that is driving this early growth is that the smart home market is no longer just for home owners. Renters are as likely as home owners to have smart home products installed, and are three times more likely to be part of the millennial age group. More than a third of renters are between the ages of 18-34. “Today’s smart home products no longer require professional installation and ongoing subscriptions, many are now plug-and-play options,” said John Buffone, executive director, Connected Intelligence. “The product mix such as smart cameras, lights, and plugs, fits the lifestyle of both home owners and renters which opens up a larger, younger and more tech-savvy consumer market.”

PROTECT YOUR ELECTRONICS FROM SUMMER STORM SURGES WITH THE PANAMAX POWER360

The Power360 Series turns a simple power outlet into a serious power station for any electronic device.

Volutone Hosts Fourth Annual SoCal Surveillance & Intrusion Showcase

Southern California distributor collaborates with premier security brands to deliver hands-on demos and training sessions for area dealers, specialty integrators and contractors.

How Internet Outages Can Affect Homes With Smart Home Technology

One way to mitigate the risk of outages at all might be the selection of a smart home solution, which keeps a local version of the cloud software on the hub.

Indiegogo - Curb Puts You in Control of Your Electricity Bill with Home Energy Monitoring System

Production-ready Curb launches crowdfunding campaign to make homes smarter with real-time energy insights and actionable savings tips

AMX Furthers Industry Leadership in AV Security

NetLinx NX Platform Fortified with Network Security Enhancements

Icontrol's OpenHome Labs Sees Continued Success

New Companies Join OpenHome Labs; Zen Thermostat Successfully Becomes OpenHome Certified

Storage Challenges and Opportunities in Post-Production at the 2015 Creative Storage Conference

-Registration closes June 26-

New SecureCom Smart Z-Wave Thermostat is Battery Operated & Easy to Install

The Z-Wave thermostat gives users remote control over their heating and cooling system via the Virtual Keypad App.

Nest Refreshes Entire Product Line

Nest Cam and Nest Protect Completely Redesigned, Nest Learning Thermostat Gets Software Update and New Features, One Nest App for All Products ---- Home Insurance Companies Offer Discounts for Nest Customers

High-definition, Wi-Fi enabled SwannCloud HD security cameras enable remote viewing on iOS, PC and Android devices

The SwannCloud Plug & Play (SWADS-456CAM) security camera is packed with features for 24/7 home and business security.

Nest Has Released a Better Dropcam Called Nest Cam

Nest, the prized home automation company acquired by Google, is showing off its own acquisitions. It’s another indication that the five-year-old company, led by its ambitious CEO Tony Fadell, is trying to cement itself as the leader of the emerging connected device industry and sell itself as autonomous from its big parent. At a press event in San Francisco on Wednesday, Nest announced its third product, Nest Cam, a wireless home camera retailing for $199, joining its digital thermostat and smoke detector. Along with the new camera, Nest announced its own cloud service called Nest Aware, a $10-per-month subscription service that lets you store footage captured with the camera. The new Nest Cam captures video in 1080p HD, is supposedly simpler to set up and boasts advanced low-light video-capture capabilities. Nest also unfurled several software and product flourishes for its Internet-connected flagship products, the Nest Learning Thermostat and Nest Protect smoke detector. Full Article:

Biamp Systems Expands Vocia(R) Paging System Capabilities

Vocia 1.7 introduces new amplifiers, passive end-of-line monitoring devices, live inter-world paging, and more

InfoComm - Platinum Tools® Features New EZ-RJPRO™ Termination Pod at 2015 InfoComm

Complete Field Kit (P/N 90173) Includes EZ-RJPRO HD Crimp Tool, Cat5e/6 Cable Jacket Stripper, Electrician's Scissors, EZ-RJ45® Cat5e Connectors, EZ-RJ45® Cat6 Connectors, and EZ-RJ12/11® Connectors

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REPLACEMENT INTERCOM SYSTEM WITH BUILT-IN MP3 DISTRIBUTION

REPLACEMENT INTERCOM SYSTEM WITH BUILT-IN MP3 DISTRIBUTION

RETRO-M is designed to replace existing Home Intercom Systems and operate on existing 3 and 4 wire systems. BLUETOOTH you music by adding the BT-RECEIVER. No need to remove existing master wall housing, trim plates available to cover those large holes. The RETRO-M intercom unit has a built-in AM/FM radio. Plug in mp3 players such as iPod, iPhone, Zune or any other hand held player into the master and share your music with the entire family. Choose between two music sources; listen to the radio in one room and the mp3 in another room.