Mainstream consumer media like Gizmodo still don’t seem to realize that professional smart home installation is an option compared to DIY.
Snap One will demo its latest surveillance, smart home security control, power management, networking and mounting solutions.
Video analytics, such as facial recognition, will play a major role in the future as a result of normalizing specialized algorithms in home security systems.
To secure the complex, integrator HTS deployed Control4’s automated security, access control and video surveillance solution.
The pandemic has given integrators a prime opportunity to sell smart home solutions to address the newfound needs of homeowners and renters.
A recent Senate judiciary subcommittee anti-trust hearing also tackled concerns related to privacy/data-sharing, interoperability and patent infringement, among other subjects.
Companies that address the growing health and safety needs of consumers are being rewarded, taking share from those that are slower to adapt to this dramatic shift in the market.
COVID-19 sped the adoption of health and wellness technologies and services, with 1 in 5 U.S. households using online health services for the first time.
Control4 OS 3.2.2 enables OvrC control of all connected devices, adds health ratings for Zigbee devices, among other features.
With a simple analytics layer to turn unstructured data into business intelligence, installers can use it to grow and expand their revenue.