ULE Alliance’s first multi-vendor smart home demonstration will be at CES in Vegas

The ULE Alliance will show its first multi-vendor ULE Smart Home demonstration at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. All the latest Ultra Low Energy innovations will be showcased in one place.

The ULE Alliance is a non-profit organisation which drives the worldwide adoption of innovative ULE wireless technology for IoT.

The ULE Smart Home provides a first time ever multi-vendor demonstration with member companies Panasonic, Crow, Dialog Semiconductor, DSP Group, Gigaset, Intel, SGW Global, and Vtech Telecommunication Ltd.

The interoperability showcase will provide an integrated application of ULE devices with a single hub for a seamless and reliable smart home experience, highlighting the ease in which a consumer can integrate new ULE products into their smart home, regardless of vendor.

The ULE Alliance is offering guided tours as well as interviews around the topics of market adoption and emerging markets, sensor technology and ULE networking solutions, the current as well as future developments of IoT energy solutions, and the ULE certification programme, including success stories and the timely release of 6LoWPAN.

The ULE Smart Home will be located at The Sands, Smart Homes Tech Zone (stand 42319).

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