Successful HomeBridge launch at CES 2017 strengthens Volansys’ lead to provide smart, connected IoT solutions. CES®, the largest global gathering of innovation and connectivity, has been the launch pad for next generation technology solutions that have changed the world. – PR12614046
Source: Successful HomeBridge launch at CES 2017 strengthens Volansys’ lead to provide smart, connected IoT solutions — Volansys LLC | PRLog
For the past few years, home automation — the so-called smart home — has been coming, but in 2017 it might be time to say it’s here. Products like Amazon’s (NASDAQ:AMZN) Echo/Alexa and Alphabet‘s (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google Home, along with Apple‘s (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone/Siri, have become viable platforms to control smart homes. And while only Amazon and Google have an official presence at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), smart-home devices that work with one or more of those platforms (as well as others) were one of the dominant trends at the show.
Source: CES 2017: The 1 Thing Americans Want Most in a Smart Home — The Motley Fool
Ever since I got my Wink Hub 2, one of the services I kept seeing in conversations when trying to bridge together different smart appliances and services was Stringify. The app was limited to iOS though, so I never got to use it because I wasn’t going to carry my iPad around all the time to toggle a light bulb. But at CES, Stringify made a few announcements that we just came across (excuse the delay, we had tons of emails and releases to sift through) and that are sure to please Android users.
Source: Powerful home automation app Stringify comes to Android and adds IFTTT integration
2017 CES – Pictures at an Exhibition Z-Wave Alliance.
2017 CES was a HUGE Success! From our impressive pavilion at the main entrance to the South Hall to “Our Smart Home is Smarter Than Yours” Z-Wave Experience Home in the Sands, Z-Wave was THE dominant platform at the show!
Source: 2017 CES – Pictures at an Exhibition – Z-Wave Alliance
CES 2017: Devices that automate your dumb shades, tiny robots that press buttons, motors that turn knobs … and other non-invasive solutions for making dumb things smart.
Source: Making Dumb Things Smart: 8 Very Interesting Non-Invasive Problem Solvers at CES 2017 – CE Pro
There may have been smart, voice-controlled garbage cans at CES 2017, but the real smart home news was all the companies working together.
Source: The Smart Home Gets Connected at CES 2017 | Digital Trends
ZigBee lends smart-home application layer to Thread Group, branding it dotdot and demoing about 10 IoT products at CES 2017, all run through Resolution Products’ Helix security and home automation hub.
Source: Latest on Thread, OCF, Weave and ZigBee’s new dotdot Home Automation Layer at CES 2017 – CE Pro
We’ve seen the future and it’s Alexa-enabled
This past weekend, the gadget-obsessed world gathered in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show, the annual event that sets the tech tone for the year.
What did future-minded folks find at CES 2017? Amazon’s A.I. assistant Alexa. Everywhere.
We’ve reviewed what the latest CES revealed and rounded up a few of our favorite devices below.
Source: The Best Smart Home Tech From CES 2017 – Mansion Global
LG and Samsung have really taken advantage of the calm before the CES storm by teasing out their product announcements, one by one. LG’s certainly ahead in..
Source: LG’s Hub Robot sounds like a mobile Amazon Echo | TechCrunch
Guardian by Dome, a Groundbreaking Water Damage Prevention System, to Launch at CES 2017 Z-Wave Alliance
Source: Guardian by Dome, a Groundbreaking Water Damage Prevention System, to Launch at CES 2017 – Z-Wave Alliance