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  • Google Home gains popularity and on its way to dominate smart home space
    Google, Amazon and Apple are the biggest names in the still-developing smart home industry. The former two have launched speakers that can interpret human voice to turn on or off lights, thermostats, cameras, and various smart devices at home.
    Editor / Provider: John Liu | Updated: 2017 / 12 / 1
  • Amazon leads smart home players by narrowing gap
    To some, smart home is considered the next frontier of technological innovation. Today the nascent industry is dominated by Apple, Google, Amazon, etc., and each company has its own proposition on how smart devices should be controlled.
    Editor / Provider: John Liu | Updated: 2017 / 6 / 15
  • Thermostats and smart lighting reign supreme in home energy management
    Thermostats and smart lighting are often thought to be the prerequisites for home energy management (HEM) adoption. Product-wise, 4.9 million smart thermostats have already been sold globally since 2015, of which North America alone accounted for 70 percent of the total share, according to a report
    Editor / Provider: Linko Lin | Updated: 2016 / 5 / 19
  • Security, lighting, entertainment in high demand among system installers
    Safety and security applications have led demand in the home automation market besides the entertainment. Lighting control, security systems like video surveillance and alarm sensors, thermostat, safety sensor, automated door locks are popular categories.
    Editor / Provider: Weili Lin | Updated: 2015 / 12 / 3
  • AllSeen ecosystem targets on software developers and supply chains
    SMAhome has had the pleasure to sit down with Dr. Philip A. DesAutels, senior director of Allseen Alliance at IFA 2015 to talk about their latest offerings for the interoperability of connected home and his perspectives on the ecosystem expansions.
    Editor / Provider: Veronica Chen | Updated: 2015 / 11 / 12
  • Micron and Microsoft launch solution to secure IoT devices
    Semiconductor company Micron Technology has partnered with Microsoft to release a new solution to secure IoT hardware. The two companies introduced Micron Authenta that builds roots of trust (RoT) into IoT hardware.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2017 / 4 / 26