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  • Big data enables smart buildings
    Big-data systems are used to process and analyze the vast amounts of information generated by various sensors in the modern smart building. Their success in doing so is bound to drive cost savings and also change the way we work, however widespread adoption is still far.
    Editor / Provider: Israel Gogol, Freelancer | Updated: 2 / 1 / 2016
  • Key standards for smart homes: ZigBee Alliance
    ZigBee is a global, open, low-power, wireless mesh networking standard, with more than 400 members from around the world developing products and solutions for a variety of applications including home automation, home security, smart metering, building automation, health care monitoring and many othe
    Editor / Provider: ZigBee Alliance | Updated: 12 / 3 / 2013
  • Honeywell announces cloud API program with HA software developers
    Honeywell announced API program enables to build software with Honeywell Wi-Fi thermostats including color-customizable Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat. Honeywell is initially partnering with Akuacom, Opower, Control4, and Lutron on the API offering.
    Editor / Provider: Honeywell | Updated: 9 / 10 / 2013
  • Home automation: EU and Asia grow green
    Strongly connected with the construction industry, home automation (HA) in Europe might be under the economical weather. However, EU and local regulations and standards on household energy efficiency might offer some silver linings. APAC, on the other hand, require extra attention and local resou
    Editor / Provider: Tevin Wang, a&s International | Updated: 8 / 14 / 2013
  • TI releases low-power RF transceiver for sub-1GHz wireless connectivity
    Texas Instruments (TI) announced the SimpleLink Sub-1 GHz CC1200 transceiver, an extension to TI's RF performance line family. With leading range, co-existence and data rates up to 1Mbps, the CC1200 is aimed at Sub-1 GHz wireless connectivity for Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) and Home Area
    Editor / Provider: Texas Instruments | Updated: 7 / 15 / 2013
  • Leaner, smarter
    It has been said that the physical security industry follows the footsteps of the ICT industries fairly closely — perhaps one to two years to play catch up. Having checked out the world's second largest ICT show, we now have a better idea of and glimpse into where security might be headed in the nex
    Editor / Provider: Hayden Hsu, | Updated: 6 / 6 / 2013
  • Innovations and strategic acquisitions continue to drive the industry
    This technology is now gaining traction and is expected to open up new opportunities particularly in the small-to-medium business market where there are 16 cameras or less; because it will eliminate as much of the storage cost as possible. Another benefit of an edge-based system is less costly maint
    Editor / Provider: Memoori Business Intelligence | Updated: 6 / 3 / 2013
  • Major league losing market share
    The message from the market seems clear; major conglomerates in the security business have given up on their long standing strategy of growth through acquisition. None of them excluding Tyco, have made a significant acquisition since 2010. In the 5 years prior to that they were all active in acquiri
    Editor / Provider: Memoori Business Intelligence | Updated: 3 / 13 / 2013
  • Smart Cities Go Green
    Conserving energy is a top priority for cities. China's 12th Five-Year Plan (2011 to 2015) mandates all government buildings to be green, including administrative buildings and state-owned corporations. While commercial buildings are not required to go green, they are strongly urged to adopt efficie
    Editor / Provider: by a&s International | Updated: 3 / 14 / 2012 provides weekly and monthly e-Newsletters which include the latest security industry news, vertical solution case studies and product information.

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