76 listings. Companies and domotics products that communicate inside people's homes, including security and safety devices.
Aether Things, Inc.
San Francisco, CA. Aether makes "thinking things" focused on natural, uncomplicated controls. The flagship Cone speaker uses natural language and has multi-room connectivity.
A hands-free, cylindrical speaker that the user can control with their voice. The device acts as a smart hub, compatible with WeMo, Philips Hue, Samsung SmartThings, Wink, Insteon, Nest, and Ecobee smart home devices.
San Francisco, CA. Builds products that allow people monitor and manage entry into their homes from wherever they are. Products include August Smart Lock, Doorbell Cam, Smart Keypad, August Connect. August works with AirBnB, Apple HomeKit, Nest and more.
San Francisco + Brooklyn. Smart Air Monitor targeting the connected home market, tracking dust, soot and other health dangers plus providing emergency warning for fire and carbon monoxide. 144% Indiegogo funded.
Boston, MA. Produced by Immedia Semiconductor, Blink's home monitoring device offers HD video, motion detection, status alerts, temperature sensing and more with no monthly fees. Users access the monitor via iOS or Android app.
Boston, MA. Offers a home Operating System that can be controlled via app on any device, with a web browser, or using voice with a Microsoft Kinect. The CastleHUB places the intelligence on-site rather than in the cloud.
Leeds, UK. Sells a self-arming home security device that learns what's normal for a home to avoid false alarms and alerts the user via smartphone should something wrong be detected. IndieGoGo 203% funded.
San Francisco, CA. Offers Wi-Fi video monitoring cameras and optional Cloud Recording. Users can remotely "drop in" on their house, baby, pets, business, or anything else from a computer, tablet, or smartphone. Acquired by Nest in 2014.
Krakow, Pol. Combines spectrum and power analysis in a device that automatically detects all the electrical appliances in a house and provides a detailed overview of their power usage.
San Francisco, CA. Utilizing mesh networking, eero blankets a home in fast, reliable WiFi, eliminating dead zones and buffering. For developers, every eero also has OpenWrt compatibility.
Singapore. A smart clock that displays notifications designed to cut through information overload. The clock is the first product in a Glance Tech's software-hardware platform that works with digital data from IoT devices. IndieGoGo 700%+ funded.
Good Night Lamp
Designed by Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino, this connected lamp "makes the world smaller." When the user turns on the big lamp, the little lamp paired to it turns on anywhere else in the world, without internet connection or a Wi-Fi router.
Utrecht, Nl. A leader in the IEEE 802.15.4 and ZigBee market, GreenPeak's wireless communication controller chips are designed for maintenance-free smart home applications and allow ultra low power and low cost residential applications.
Home Gateway Initiative
Founded in 2004 by major Broadband Service Providers (BSPs), HGI works to specify the architecture, technical functionality, and test requirements for a flexible Smart Home service delivery platform.
Honeywell Get Connected
Once primarily under the Evohome brand, Honeywell smart thermostats' Total Connect feature control via mobile devices, connection alerts, 5-day forecasts, IFTTT support and more.
Products include thermostats, humidifiers, air cleaners, leak detectors, and light timers for the smart home. This division, separate from Honeywell Connect, sells certain products under the Lyric brand.
iControl Networks, Inc.
Redwood City, CA. Offers connected home management software solutions for service providers and home security companies. iControl solutions use IP, broadband and cellular connectivity for both security and management.
Intamac Systems Ltd
Northampton, UK. An IoT enabler and innovator, Intamac helps OEMs and product vendors to connect their products, devices and appliances to the internet via an end-to-end modular turnkey IoT solution.
Portland, OR. Designed specifically for the rental market, IOTAS' technology and services improves energy efficiency and reduces maintenance overhead. The company started with a 100-unit apartment complex for testing.
Iris by Lowe's
A customizable home automation system supported by home retailer Lowe's. The Iris Hub pairs with a smartphone app to enable the control and monitoring of Iris-compatible smart devices.
Los Angeles, CA. Offers an integrated smart home presence system that makes a home react to occupants as they come home and move throughout the house. Kickstarter and IndieGoGo 100%+ funded.
A smartlock offered by the venerable Kwikset, the Kevo can be operated via a smartphone app or fob. A guest eKey can be sent to anyone to provide temporary or permanent access. Works with Nest.
Cleveland, OH. Uses sensors to detect leaks throughout a home, and then immediately shuts off the water. The patented valve connects directly to the home's main water supply.
San Francisco, CA. Provides 24/7 emergency monitoring, missed medication reminders and more with a stylish safety watch, giving family members insight when a loved one may need their help. Affiliate and Channel Partner Programs available.
Mountain View, CA. Produces a door deadbolt lock that can be controlled via smartphone. After being rejected by Kickstarter, the company developed the Selfstarter crowdfunding platform to reach its funding goals.
Denver, CO. LockState's WiFi enabled door locks and cloud platform gives property owners the ability to monitor and control door locks, thermostats, power plugs, cameras and more.
Berkshire, UK. With a central Miniserver, Loxone delivers "Autopilot Living" by taking care of mundane everyday tasks and connecting systems like HVAC, lighting, solar, and more.
Palo Alto, CA. Produces a Thermostat and the Protect smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarm. The Nest web API allows developers to get their product, app, or service to work with the Nest Thermostat.
Denver, CO. Produces a series of multi-use, all-in-one sensors for home monitoring. Developed out of TechStars accelerator program, the product consists of sensors, a bridge, and an app. Kickstarter successfully funded.
Vancouver, BC. Designs, manufactures and sells wireless ZigBee sensing and control products into market leading Security, Monitoring and Automation ecosystems worldwide, with a mandate to provide the data to drive the Internet of Things. SmartThings device partner.
Open Home Automation
Using Arduino or the Raspberry Pi, the site offers a book and information about open-source hardware projects such as weather stations, smart power switches and alarms.
Open-source, vendor-neutral software for integrating different home automation systems and technologies into a single solution. openHAB can run on any device that is capable of running a JVM (Linux, Mac, Windows).
Qbus Building Intelligence
Belgium. Qbus develops hardware and software for intelligent electrical installations in residential and commercial buildings. Qbus has a particular focus on energy-efficiency. Also offers the Qbus Cloud.
Boulder, CO. A unified smart home hub that works with multiple hardware plaforms, including Nest, Hue, Insteon and more. The app uses "actions," to specify how devices operate together based on trigger events defined by the user. Venture backed by Foundry Group.
Sengled Optoelectronics Co., Ltd.
Shanghai, Chn. Sengled integrates consumer electronics with LED lighting, creating products that extend smart home capabilities to every room. The app-controlled light bulbs are sold under the Pulse, Boost, Snap and Solo brands.
Washington, DC. The SmartThings Hub allows users to secure their homes, control energy use, and trigger Things using their smartphones. SmartApps; Physical Graph; Hello, Home; and Hello, Smart Home are all trademarks of the Physical Graph Corporation.
Offers the Alba responsive light bulb. The "responsive" concept goes beyond a smartphone-controlled bulb by using embedded sensors to allow it to intelligently respond to its surroundings. Works with Nest.
Munich, Deu. Offers a smart energy management system and a smart thermostat, remotely controllable via app. The technology checks the weather and uses geofencing to optimize energy use.
San Ramon, CA. An industry group advocating an open protocol that carries IPv6 natively, primarily geared to the connected home market. The Nest and Google-based group's technology delivers a mesh network topology without a single point of failure via a "Zigbee-type" protocol.
North Syracuse, NY. A personalizable WiFi thermostat offered by ICM Controls. Two wire compatibility allows the device to control single stage heat, single stage cool, heat pump, gas or electric heating, or fan.
San Francisco, CA. Offers smartplugs that can be controlled via mobile app. With a range of approximately 30 meters, three smartplugs together will form a Bluetooth mesh network. Kickstarter 100%+ funded. Works With Nest.
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