Bringing Intelligence to Your Home

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More than two thirds of consumers plan to buy connected technology for their homes by 2019, and nearly half say the same for wearable technology. [1]

Not that long ago there was only the first-born of smart devices, the cellular phone. Today, smart products are emerging across many industries. Devices nowadays are not just simple electrical parts; they have evolved to be complex systems consisting of hardware, software, data storage, and connectivity. Today, you can run things in your house without even being there, your doctor can monitor your health without you being in the hospital, or you can even give treats to your pets when you are not at home. Devices have become not only connected, but intelligent. They obtain and analyze data available to them and adapt to usage patterns. By generating all the data, devices are able to act as a self-sustained system allowing the user to simply enjoy a hassle free experience. Continue Reading


Connected Home Devices Make a Splash at IFA 2015

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IFA 2015, the world’s leading trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances, took place from September 4 to 9 in Berlin. During its 91-year history, the event opened up the doors to a whole new world of technologies and advanced engineering products. This year, the IFA exhibition showcased the latest developments in the fields of computing devices, smartphones, wearables, and connected home appliances. The last mentioned attracted significant public interest due to the growing demand for home automation products. By 2022, a typical family home could contain more than 500 smart devices, Gartner predicts┬╣. Continue Reading