CEDIA Expo 2018 Leads Industry Growth for the Future of Intelligently Connected Technology and its Integrators
Thousands of attendees engage and collaborate with world's most influential technology brands at CEDIA Expo 2018
These innovative wallplates easily mount into the wall with a simple, one-step process that's up to 20% faster than traditional wallplates.
HomeAdvisor-CEDIA survey of home service pros reveals broadening opportunities for pros in the smart home field
By only using lights, AV equipment, and other technology when needed, such systems conserve energy, which of course, reveals another hidden benefit.
Phil Wahba for Fortune: The online store has been assembling an army of experts to offer free consultations for its Alexa products.
"To better safeguard consumers' privacy and sensitive information, CTA created the first-ever tool designed by installers, for installers, that outlines existing best practices, standards and methods for today's smart home security challenges."
CEO Robert Madonna to unveil new product roadmap featuring significant innovations for the luxury residential market
Will Koblensky for Insurance Business: A combination of consumer demand and industry interest could create a wave of smart home technology and IoT disruption for home insurers in the near future. According to an NTT Data report, 59% of surveyed home carriers say they’re making “strong progress” adding smart home technology to their coverage while 77% of those carriers are ramping up IoT initiatives. “We know that there aren’t that many products already out there, so these are initiatives designed to get them into the game,” Normand Lepine, insurance data and analytics lead for NTT DATA said. “We believe a lot of what’s going on right now is around strategy, potentially infrastructure. There are still a lot of challenges and they (carriers) know that. Until they really understand how this is going to be beneficial, they’re still going to go slowly.” Cont'd...
Pratibha Nanduri for ReadITQuick: Market research company Juniper Research, has released its latest report titled “Smart Home Markets: Entertainment, Monitoring, Automation, Health, Metering, Appliances 2017-2021.” The report on the research predicts that the market is slated for a steep growth from $83 billion in 2017 to $195 billion by 2021. The smart home market is a fast-moving one driven by Internet of Things (IoT) technologies like monitoring, smart automation and energy management services, required in consumer homes. Segment Evaluation The main segments driving this growth will be healthcare, automation, entertainment and connected devices. The smart appliances and home automation segment would be the fastest growing one during the forecast period with big companies like Samsung, Bosch and GE Appliances driving the growth. The revenue from the entertainment segment is expected to slow down due to increased use of home automation and smart appliances in emerging markets. In the connected services segment, the market share of Amazon and Netflix would fall from 70% in 2017 to 50% in 2021. Cont'd...
From a video projector-based home theater to window treatments, advanced use of security cameras, home automation and whole-house entertainment, the Integrated Concepts show home is an ideal environment to highlight the ever evolving world of the connected home.
Stacey Higginbotham for MIT Technology Review: Insurers such USAA and American Family have lately begun offering to strike a high-tech bargain: wire your home with Internet-connected devices such as a new thermostat, and get a discount on your home insurance policy in return. Offers like that could speed up the adoption of smart gadgets, revamp the insurance business, and transform how we manage our homes. In the future, your insurer might call a plumber before a pipe bursts, for example. But the data needed to help prevent leaks or burglaries will also introduce new risks, such as vulnerabilities to data loss or ransomware. Cont'd...
Ron Alalouff for SourceSecurity.com: ring a replica smart home, showcasing a range of interconnected devices such as intruder alarms, CCTV, biometric readers, door entry solutions and locks, as well as wireless control of blinds, lighting and heating, and 4K video and audio distribution. But despite the market entry of some big names such as Google’s Nest, Apple’s HomeKit, and telecommunications giants AT&T and Deutsche Telekom, are we really on the threshold of a home automation revolution? Cont'd...
CEDIA 2016 will be held from September 13th - 17th in Dallas, Texas . This HomeToys.com Special Tradeshow report aims to bring you news, articles and products from this years event.
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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.