The new Wiser connected home control solution will allow household to interlink multimedia, television and electric into one user friendly solution. Wiser allows you connect your home security, audiovisual, irrigation system, air conditioning, lighting control, motorized blinds and much man will be integrated into one solution that can be access from a user panel within the home and from anywhere via a 3G enabled devices.
SimpleHomeNet, a provider of home and building automation solutions and a division of Compacta International announced that its ZBLC30 and ZBCID products were awarded the ZigBee PRO HA certification. The ZBLC30 is a versatile Dual-relay Load Controller capable of making high current appliances smarter buy allowing you to control and monitor your ZigBee PRO network from network gateways and PCs.
AlertMe, the award-winning home energy management service, announced the launch of AlertMe Energy, giving consumers the ability to monitor their home energy usage online and act on that information to reduce their bills and carbon footprint. AlertMe Energy includes easy-to-install hardware and an online service that can be accessed from any Web browser. It is also tightly integrated with Google PowerMeter, making it easy to track energy consumption live from an iGoogle home page.
FREEVOLVE, the designer and manufacturer of housEvolve, the first remote home access system, is very happy to announce they are partnering with Smarthome to expand distribution of their product line. Smarthome, a division of SmartLabs, Inc., was founded in 1992 and specializes in the distribution of home automation products. With more than 5,000 products available, Smarthome’s sales channels include Smarthome.com, their award-winning direct mail catalog and their brick and mortar retail store located in Irvine, CA.
Intamac Systems, a specialist in Connected Home services through the web and mobile devices, announced that they have secured a £1million funding to support the development of a range of Zigbee controlled consumer devices. The new Zigbee devices will be part of the companies Smart Grid power management services and will be managed through Intamac's award-winning web-based Home Manager™ service.