A new report by Parks Associates cites increased competition in the connected home in 2015 and provides insight into global trends for the Internet of Things and more.
When an alarm goes off, the security system would instruct smart lights to flash red and blue, which could frighten off an intruder.
Honeywell’s new Lyric Series, a professional-grade home security system, features cameras, motion, smoke and sensors that integrates with home automation, and control of lighting, shades and door locks.
The companies are working to connect Nest’s thermostat and smoke/carbon monoxide alarm with ADT’s Pulse system.
EnergyHub’s platform provides customers with greater control of and savings from connected thermostats, according to the company.
Crestron and Savant end four years of lawsuits that have disrupted the professional home automation business. The two parties settled out-of-court.
The strategic deal allows Alarm.com to offer Secure-i’s standalone, commercial-grade video solutions that includes cloud-based hosted services and Axis Communications’ high definition (HD) cameras.
SSI Editor-in-Chief Scott Goldfine discusses why 2014 turned out to be the Year of the Connected Home.
Security dealers need to understand their residential customer’s needs and which vendors can help them reach your goals based on the smart home market conditions.