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  • Lutron buys Ketra for its natural light solutions
    Lutron Electronics has announced plans to acquire Ketra to help it offer a more comprehensive product line, including customizable lighting and control for residential and commercial applications.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2018 / 4 / 19
  • 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
  • TSMC to mass produce chips for Artificial Intelligence applications
    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), the world's largest contract chip maker, will focus more of its efforts on developing chips suited for artificial intelligence (AI) applications and high-performance computing, according to a report of Nikkei Asian Review.
    Editor / Provider: John Liu | Updated: 2017 / 5 / 3
  • Global smart home market to exceed US$14 billion in 2017
    The global market for smart home is estimated to be worth US$14.7 billion in 2017, with the Americas region representing 48 percent of global sales, based on a study by IHS Markit.
    Editor / Provider: John Liu | Updated: 2017 / 8 / 24
  • Bosch acquires American building automation solution provider, Skyline Automation
    Bosch has announced the acquisition of Skyline Automation, a building automation solution provider in the United States. Since commercial building is considered a strategically important area which remains growing, in this approach the German engineering and electronics giant expects to...
    Editor / Provider: Denis Hsu | Updated: 2016 / 11 / 8
  • The traditional security, smart home, and barriers to adoption
    In 2015 the market for traditional residential security equipment was valued at around US$2.3 billion. Yet despite its enormous size, industry growth is at best flat and sometimes negative due to the emerging demand for “connected” or “smart” devices.
    Editor / Provider: Editorial Dept. | Updated: 2016 / 5 / 6