A recent Comcast report, compiled from almost 1,300 US consumers, explained that what consumers really want in the IoT connected smart home is services – Smart Home as a Service (AKA SHaaS) – not a bunch of connected devices that remotely control various widgets and devices in the home.
Management of thousands or millions of internet connected devices is posing a major obstacle to the success of the Internet of Things (IoT), claims IoT pioneer DevicePilot (previously called 1248).
GreenPeak Technologies will demonstrate its single radio multi-protocol and multi-channel chipset for ZigBee and Thread networks at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Sell services – Not connected things
Imagine the concept of a butler. The reason rich people hire someone like a butler is that service professionals are trained to recognise what is happening in the home and to provide the appropriate services. They don’t need to be programmed to open the door or turn on the lights.
Almost every technology media outlet – consumer, trade and engineering – has been writing about the ongoing avalanche of technology for the home. It is the next big thing. Incredible predictions are being tossed out by the analyst community and industry players, says Cees Links – founder & CEO GreenPeak Technologies.
GreenPeak Technologies, a low power RF semiconductor company, has announced that it has shipped more than 100 million IEEE 802.15.4/ZigBee chips into the smart home market.
There is a lot of chatter about the Internet of Things and the Smart Home but not a lot of agreement, says Cees Links of GreenPeak Technologies, about what it is and what it should be.
The new GP712 for gateways and set-top boxes makes IoT solutions future-proof, at no additional cost
The ZigBee Alliance and the Thread Group recently announced that they are collaborating to aid development of connected home products. Their agreement opens doors for the ZigBee Cluster Library Application Protocol to run on Thread networks.
GreenPeak Technologiesh has launched the new GP565 Smart Home radio chip for remote controls, that supports voice control, motion sensing and the new ZRC 2.0 protocol. Next generation remotes use RF instead of infrared (IR) and reportedly will be able to control all the home’s Smart Home features – all from a single remote.
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