Start-up frogblue introduces smart boards to facilitate smart home implementation

Start-up frogblue introduces smart boards to facilitate smart home implementation
Germany-based start-up frogblue is proposing revolutionary simple systems for the rapidly growing smart home and building appliances market. The company’s main innovation is “frogs” – smart boards that can be installed in every flush mounting box.

frogblue focuses on tried-and-tested high-tech standards combined with innovative engineering. The frogs are highly intelligent, packed with innovative functions, very easy to program and, thanks to Bluetooth Low Energy, enables smooth communications.

With just a handful of frogs and a control device – such as an app-enabled smartphone – scalable smart home applications can be put into practice. No cables or additional IT devices are needed.

The frogs communicate with each other and with their control devices (transponders, smartphones or tablets) via Bluetooth. The clever development from Bluetooth has the crucial advantage to let users transfer noticeable more data, which is what makes the system ideal for Smart Home networks.

The company’s system is individually expandable. frogblue also offers high-quality displays, presence detectors, door stations, window sensors etc. These components, with their modern design, can be integrated into the system at any time.

Conventional systems for controlling electronic appliances at home need a complex IT infrastructure such as servers, hubs etc. Purchasing these is therefore expensive. Installation, implementation and use of these systems is complicated. Some providers even demand labor- and cost-intensive wiring for their components.

Dr. Ralf Hinkel, founder and CEO of frogblue AG, said, “With frogblue, we offer installers and their end customers an innovative smart home and building solution that sets new standards with regard to simplicity and functionality.” Secure, affordable and pioneering, frogblue is the beginning of smart living for everyone, Hinkel said.
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