The number of smart home solutions based on Ultra-Low Energy (ULE) technology is increasing rapidly.
The ULE Alliance has announced that 10 smart home products from Panasonic have successfully passed the certification programme for ULE (Ultra-Low Energy) devices.
AT4 wireless, the Certification Laboratory and Qualification Body for the Ultra Low Energy (ULE) Certification Program, has announced the certification of first ULE devices worldwide.
As one of the first global technology companies, Panasonic uses the ULE standard for its smart home solutions. The Japanese manufacturer has just launched a complete home networking system based on ULE. The solution gives consumers the ability to remotely check on their home and property, as well as simplify their daily lives, Panasonic claims.
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