IoT Devices For Home Security

So, how can you use IoS and IFTTT to improve your home security. Here are a few things you can do to maximise your security efforts.

Family Starts with Small Time Automation, Then Goes Big With ELAN!

The centerpiece of the home's customization is the rooftop deck. Here the family can enjoy a 65" Seura outdoor TV with a multi-room audio system, a fire pit, and a full outdoor kitchen and dining set. The system's speakers are completely hidden in a small gap between the deck and the actual roof, creating a seamless audiovisual experience in a truly unique location.

How to Prepare Wi-Fi Networks for Smart Devices

Before you plug in and fire up those smart light bulbs, appliances or television you need to prepare your Wi-Fi network to ensure your speeds and security are not affected by the presence of this new equipment.

Rock Your Home Theater With Dolby Atmos

Dolby Atmos is an "object oriented" technology that requires additional ceiling mounted speakers to act as height channels. For example, a 5.1.4 Atmos system has 5 multichannel speakers around a room, one subwoofer, and four height channels.

The Hidden Benefits of Installing Smart Home Automation

By only using lights, AV equipment, and other technology when needed, such systems conserve energy, which of course, reveals another hidden benefit.

Wireless Charging for Electronics

Wireless charging for electronics delivers a number of benefits over traditional cable connectors-some of which aren't immediately obvious but will become so in the near future.

Now It's Personal: AI Will Deliver Positive and Negative Results to the M&E Ecosystem

The neural net, GPU (graphics processor unit)-powered AI technology that is being constantly getting deeply ingrained in the M&E industry has a good chance of delivering what everyone wants - insanely great content surrounded by ads that people want to view and act on.

Interview with Clark Roundy, CEO of Domotz

In the CI industry, Domotz is known for its remote network management platform called Domotz Pro, which gives integration companies and managed service providers a suite of powerful tools for keeping their client's networks and IoT devices online and trouble free while saving them the costs of sending a technician to the customer site.

Demystifying Acoustic Data: Part 3 - Perception of Volume

For anyone new to the world of acoustics, there is a multitude of terms, coefficients and numbers that are thrown around. This flood of information can seem intimidating, especially to beginners.

Nanosys Details the Future of Quantum Dots

In all, the take away is that quantum dots hold great promise to provide a range of new innovations for displays in the coming years.

The Right Content on the Right Device at the Right Time

Increasingly, viewers are using "non-traditional distribution" for on-demand, catch-up and unique viewing services. CDNs (content delivery networks) like Akamai, Level 3, China Telecom, Deutsche Telecom, SingTel and Limelight have become masters at moving content around for suppliers and consumers.

Using DNA to Store Movies

Once the DNA strands are fabricated, many copies can be made. The DNA containing the movie will be smaller than a speck of dust.

Multi-level Amplifier on a Chip

A multi-level amplifier uses more, but smaller, transistors for delivering power to the speaker. This way, switching activity and power losses can be reduced significantly and more power is delivered to the speaker.

The Potential of Voice Assistants

With connected home devices proliferating the market, Echo/Alexa, among others, seem to tie all these IOT devices together seamlessly.

Fibaro and Home Center Lite

With software on board instead of in the cloud, Home Center Lite doesn't rely on an internet connection to operate effectively. The hub also features a built-in energy management dashboard available on the iPad app or desktop version, setting it apart from many other hubs.

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