“5 Smart Home Companies to Watch in 2014 Forbes While I expect more smart home hub offerings to hit the market in 2014, Revolv's is my pick for the easiest to use heading into the new year. SmartThings.”
Why have none of those with even a little programming skills picked up on the http://www.homeautomationhub.com/ project. For tinkering around and making anything work, this is the project of all projects
We were recently asked by Automated Home to give them some background on why we've created the unique Z-Wave Compatibility Guide and the 'Vesternet Certified' product badge.Read the full article at: Automated Home ...
Smart Home Automation Project using AVR Microcontroller. DIY an AVR micro controller based smart automation system and implement it in your house (Ashish Sharma explains on how a Smart Home can be automated using AVR!
Home automation hacker Charlie Cole has employed a Raspberry Pi to create a voice interface to his LightwaveRF devices. A virtual butler is born and ‘Jeeves’ controls lights, sockets and IR devices using ...
By 2018, ABI Research expects annual home automation device shipments to exceed 351 million, growing at a CAGR of 78%. ZigBee dominated IEEE 802.15.4 and claimed the top share of node shipments at 4.5 million, ...
Summary: Got an iPhone? You may never need to worry about turning on (or off) the lights ever again.
A few months ago I wrote about the AIRcable SmartDimmer, a home automation product that tried unsucessfully to secure financing on Indiegogo.
Gary Barclay's insight:
Items like this are garbage! With everyone writing their own little apps and closed systems, how many different apps will it take to open the garage door, unlock the inside door and turn the light on? This title should read "Yet another useless device for a closed product ecosystem."
Andivi Introduces VIA Home Automation and Building Management System for ... HiddenWires Bring your thermostat to your iPad. Bring your building to your fingers. Manage temperature, AC, lights, shades.
Siemens Building Technologies Division has introduced a new building automation system, Desigo V5.1. The automation system will support platforms such as BACnet/IPv6 and the latest Microsoft operating systems, Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.
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