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  • Savant introduces new wall-mounted touch screens
    U.S.-based home automation brand Savant has announced the introduction of Wally – a family of touch screens for intuitive access to climate, lighting and entertainment control in a smart home.
    Editor / Provider: John Liu | Updated: 2017 / 6 / 8
  • iDevices and Hubbell debut co-developed Ceiling Fan Switch and EV Charger at CES 2018
    iDevices introduces first two of its co-developed products launched with Hubbell Incorporated. The Electric Vehicle (EV) Charger allows users to control, monitor and schedule their charger from anywhere with their mobile device, while the Ceiling Fan Switch gives users the ability to...
    Editor / Provider: Samantha Shen | Updated: 2018 / 1 / 11
  • Sony introduces smart sensing IoT board
    Sony recently showcased a brand new development board called Spritzer during the Maker Faire Tokyo. The Spritzer board is specifically designed for IoT applications and comprises a range of smart functionality such as integrated GPS, an advanced digital audio codec and amplifier.
    Editor / Provider: John Liu | Updated: 2017 / 8 / 8
  • Qualcomm debuts SoCs designed specifically for smart cameras
    The first two system-on-chips (SoCs) announced are QCS605 and QCS603. They are built based on a core ARM processor architecture and come with Qualcomm's AI engine and image signal processor. They also include the company's advanced camera processing, machine learning and computer vision software dev
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2018 / 4 / 16
  • Honeywell home business spins off to become “Resideo”
    Honeywell will spin off its home business and ADI global distribution business into one independent company, which will be named as Resideo. The spin is expected to be completed by the end of 2018.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2018 / 7 / 27
  • New Wi-Fi standard to make mesh routers from different brands work together
    The Wi-Fi Alliance, the organization that oversees the standard of Wi-Fi usage, has introduced a new standard called EasyMesh. It allows mesh routers made by one manufacturer to work with models made by other companies, as long as they support EasyMesh.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2018 / 5 / 16