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  • New URC two-way module for Total Control 2.0 earns Sonos certification
    URC announced the imminent release of the URC certified Sonos two-way module for Total Control 2.0. The module will carry the “Works with Sonos” badge, attesting to the quality of the certified integration. It will go live on March 27, 2018.
    Editor / Provider: Samantha Shen | Updated: 2018 / 3 / 23
  • Essence works with the Google Assistant to deliver voice-activated IoT control
    Essence has announced that its WeR@Home technology has been integrated with the Google Assistant, allowing WeR@Home customers to use the Google Assistant on their phone, voice-activated speaker like Google Home, and more to operate their Essence-based IoT solutions.
    Editor / Provider: Samantha Shen | Updated: 2018 / 2 / 6
  • Kasia launches easy-to-setup home control system
    Kasia announced the launch of their Kickstarter Campaign to introduce Kasia. Kasia is designed to be an affordable complete smart home solution as opposed to standalone smart home products that require separate apps. Kasia modules are not overloaded with unnecessary features to keep them affordable.
    Editor / Provider: Weili Lin | Updated: 2015 / 12 / 9
  • Honeywell introduces brand new mobile app and subscription plans
    Honeywell, a smart home company with thermostat as its flagship product, has designed a new app called Honeywell Home, aiming to replace the current Lyric app. The company also introduced a paid plan along with this new app.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2018 / 5 / 29
  • Building automation market to grow 11% until 2023: study
    The global building automation system market is expected to reach a value of US$82,517.4 million by 2023, registering a compound annual growth rate of 11% over the period between 2018 and 2023, according to Orbis Research.
    Editor / Provider: John Liu | Updated: 2018 / 10 / 11
  • IHS: US residential security market continues to outperform Europe
    “The Market for Intruder Alarms – 2015,” a new study published last month by IHS Technology, revealed that the U.S. residential market for intrusion equipment was estimated to be worth just over $600 million in 2014.
    Editor / Provider: Cindy Lin | Updated: 2015 / 7 / 21