Voyager thermostats are also compatible with other smart home solutions, including ZigBee and Z-Wave
June 17, 2016
Venstar® announced that its Voyager® programmable Wi-Fi® thermostats are now compatible with Amazon® Echo, giving users voice control over thermostat functions including setting temperatures and turning on heating or air conditioning for one or multiple thermostats in their homes.
An array of distribution channels is helping to drive the market for advanced thermostats
June 17, 2016
Smart and communicating thermostats enable consumers to save money on energy bills, help utilities meet energy efficiency and demand-side management (DSM) requirements, and play a part in connected home solutions.
EnergyHub collaboration latest in Sensi thermostat’s expanding list of integrations
June 14, 2016
Emerson announced its Sensi™ Wi-Fi Programmable Thermostat is now eligible for demand response programs managed by EnergyHub. EnergyHub, a leading provider of connected device management for utilities, will include the Sensi thermostat in its utility demand response programs.
Key IoT stakeholders can provide added value to consumers by offering ongoing data insights
June 14, 2016
The residential Internet of Things (IoT) trend is expected to continue to grow during the next decade, particularly as industry stakeholders meet the demand for integrating disparate devices and in-home systems.
Smart thermostats are a particularly attractive opportunity in the smart home market
June 13, 2016
The number of North American and European homes with a smart thermostat grew by 81 percent to 5.8 million in 2015, according to a new research report from Berg Insight. The North American market recorded a 78 percent growth in the installed base of smart thermostats to 4.5 million.
This radiant thermostat can operate a hydronic radiant heating system based on the air sensor measuring operative temperature, a floor sensor (purchased separately), or a combination of both to provide the optimal level of comfort and control.
Savings potential would exceed the total energy consumed by household consumer electronics
June 3, 2016
The increasing use of home automation technology through the Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential for substantial energy savings and greenhouse gas emissions reductions, according to a new study released by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™.
Lux Products Corp. has announced that its president, Rob Munin, will now add chief executive officer to his title. In addition, Gary Hsieh adds business development to his role as the director of product and business development for Lux.
This residential thermostat is engineered and designed to integrate with any conventionally wired HVAC system. Near field communication, a set of short-range wireless technologies, and a dedicated distributor app allow the contractor to preconfigure settings before arriving at a residence.