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How Home Automation Changed the Residential Security Market

Research firm IHS predicts that the smart residential security market will reach $2.4 billion by 2018.


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AT&T will begin trials for its new home automation and security service this summer in Dallas and Atlanta, reports the Atlanta-Journal Constitution. May 06, 2012

Home Automation Inc. (HAI) of New Orleans has integrated its MicroControl standalone wireless energy management system with Kwikset ZigBee wireless door locks. SSI Staff · April 08, 2012

Technology and consumer interest have advanced to bring about real opportunities for security contractors that offer home automation and entertainment products and services. Get up to speed on in-demand offerings with surefire tips to please customers. March 11, 2012

AT&T plans to offer its remote monitoring and automation platform, Digital Life, worldwide. The company has developed the service and technology for international carriers that will develop and sell Web-based home automation security and energy services to clients. February 22, 2012

Verizon has joined the Z-Wave Alliance, an open consortium of global companies dedicated to promoting Z-Wave as the standard in wireless home control. February 22, 2012

Vivint's home automation customers will now be offered remote access capabilities following the company's partnership with electronic lock provider Kwikset. February 22, 2012

Honeywell of Melville, N.Y., releases the Tuxedo Touch, a touchscreen controller that combines security and lifestyle technology by allowing home and business owners to centrally control both security and automation functions such as temperature, lighting and more. SSI Staff · January 23, 2012

Through a new partnership, broadband home management software provider iControl Networks will power Time Warner Cable's IntelligentHome solution using iControl's OpenHome software platform. Ashley Willis · January 10, 2012

Mobile connectivity is breeding a world of consumers who expect full access and control of anything they want wherever they want it. High expectations, yes — but also high growth and profits for security systems/services providers that meet the demand. By Bob Dolph · December 22, 2011

AT&T plans to launch a new business division called Digital Life Services, which will offer home security, home monitoring, energy management and remote healthcare, reports the Atlanta-Journal Constitution. November 21, 2011




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