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  • MivaTek addresses market challenges for creating smart living
    In the United States, the sales revenue of smart home devices, including smart thermostats, smart smoke and CO2 detectors, IP/Wi-Fi cameras, smart locks, smart home systems, and smart switches, dimmers and outlets is predicted to reach $1.2 billion in 2016, and the sales volume to reach 8.9 million
    Editor / Provider: Weili Lin | Updated: 2016 / 5 / 6
  • Home smart home: ABB
    Once the preserve of the rich and famous, smart home technology is now accessible to millions of homeowners thanks to major technological advances and scalability in recent years.
    Editor / Provider: Samantha Shen | Updated: 2018 / 8 / 28
  • eQ-3 continues to extend solutions for aging independence
    With over 60 product available in Homematic IP, eQ-3 is launching Homematic IP Wired at Light+Building 2018 in Frankfurt, adding a complete range of BUS-based, wired smart devices that can be transparently integrated with Homematic IP wireless devices.
    Editor / Provider: Samantha Shen | Updated: 2018 / 3 / 7
  • Home safe home: ABB
    What should the safe home of tomorrow look like? ABB – the world's leading company in the field of building automation – knows the answer and has developed a wide range of Smart Home systems that ensure reliable protection and a secure feeling in one's own home.
    Editor / Provider: Samantha Shen | Updated: 2017 / 9 / 1
  • Smart home security & safety bringing greater peace of mind
    Home security and safety are the two largest smart home categories at CES this year. There are upgraded versions of cameras,alarm sensors, smart locks, video door bells and safety sensors for fire and flood alarms. Among them, network cameras and smart locks are two popular product lines at the show
    Editor / Provider: Weili Lin | Updated: 2016 / 2 / 25
  • AI-powered alarm system can predict fires or floods ahead of time
    Installing sensors around the house which notify homeowners of water leaks or fire is no longer enough. When machines have the ability to learn, they may even predict disasters before the unfortunate actually happens.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2017 / 3 / 29