Category: Wireless Home Sensor Systems

Home Automation Service Crestron Control Your Smart-Home Gear, Alexa Control Different Kinds of Devices All at Once

By Smart Home System 0 Comment September 16, 2016

The automation service Crestron let Alexa control different kinds of devices all at once. Those scene controls are a new trick in Alexa’s toolkit. Until recently, Amazon’s voice-activated virtual assistant could control individual lights and thermostats, as well as groups of the same devices, such as multiple light bulbs or a collection of switches. What […]

Smart Home System : Reviewing the Petcube’s Latest Device Petcube Bites

By Smart Home System 0 Comment September 10, 2016

Let’s get to know the Petcube Bites. The Petcube Bites operates similar to the Petzi Treat Cam: It has a camera with which you can remotely view your pets and even chat with them, and it also has a built-in treat dispenser for feeding the furballs from afar. Compared to the Petzi, the Petcube seems more […]

Connected Health Device, Connected Health May Soon Surround You

By Smart Home System 0 Comment September 1, 2016

Home8 connected pill dispenser. MivaTek Connected health devices typically surround your wrist, but connected health may soon surround you in a much bigger way as the home becomes the biggest health device of all. “We have more data from sensors about what’s going on in the home than almost anyone else in America,” Don Boerema, […]

Sonos Music Systems Will Add Alexa voice Control Next Year

By Smart Home System 0 Comment August 30, 2016

Mike George, vice president of Amazon Echo, announces the partnership with Sonos David Carnoy/CNET   Sonos Music Systems announced that they will add Amazon’s Alexa voice contro in 2017 as well as Spotify Connect compatibility at New York City. Right now, no new Sonos hardware has been announced. Instead, the initial addition of Alexa support will require […]

What’s the key to Indoor Location Accuracy ? Ultra-Wideband?

By Smart Home System 0 Comment August 30, 2016

Ultra-wideband (UWB) could be the protocol that wins out in the end. “The technology works by measuring the time of flight between one UWB chip and another, via radio impulses,” said Luc Darmon, the chief marketing officer of Decawave, an Irish technology company that uses UWB technologies in its indoor positioning systems. “We’ve been able to […]

Lighting System – Philips’ Hue Sensor Makes Light Switches Obsolete

By Smart Home System 0 Comment August 29, 2016

Let’s get to now the Philips’ Hue Sensor. The Hue motion sensor requires two AAA batteries (which Philips claims will last for two to three years) so it can be placed anywhere in your home. Whether it’s in your garage so your lights turn on as your car enters, or in your bathroom for when you […]

New Smart Home System – Home Control with its Pop Home Swith

By Smart Home System 0 Comment August 11, 2016

Smart home system make our life become convenient, and Logitech hopes to simplify home control with its Pop Home Switch. Starting at $99 for the starter back and available in August, the Pop Home Switch is designed to let you control lighting, door locks, blinds and more from Philips Hue, LIFX, August, Lutron, Insteon, and Belkin […]

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By Smart Home System 0 Comment August 9, 2016

Have you ever thought of the smart home system will replace robot? Manufacturers must do a better job explaining to consumers how products work, which wireless protocol their run on, and then how to link their products to other connected devices that consumer either currently owns or plans to buy. (To learn about the five […]

Oomi – Smart Home System

By Smart Home System 0 Comment July 1, 2016

“Smart home. Redefined.” It comes with a standalone, tablet-style remote control that includes physical buttons alongside the touchscreen.  Oomi is a smart home hub and sensor network that makes some unconventional choices. It’s not centered on smartphones as the main way to control smart home devices (though iOS and Android apps are available). It provides cloud […]