All In IAQ
What AAA has done for car insurance, Resideo (Honeywell Home) could do for the home, thanks to smart devices, cloud services, thousands of smart-home pros.
Julie Jacobson · December 20, 2019
Like all failed home-automation hubs before it, Domotron boasts AI, ZigBee, interoperability, multiple sensors, geofencing, zero programming and more. But the really big deal is Qi.
Julie Jacobson · November 20, 2019
You’ve read about biophilia and embraced the wellness movement, now experience it for yourself in the first ever Delos Wellness Pavilion at CEDIA Expo 2019, featuring fresh air, pure water, circadian lighting, and soothing meditations guided by Deepak Chopra.
Julie Jacobson · August 16, 2019
CE Pro 100 integrator Refresh Smart Home launched into home automation after specializing in indoor air quality; now embraces biophilia for health and wellness in built environments.
Julie Jacobson · July 23, 2019
New wellness-related categories are entering the smart-home channel via CEDIA Expo, showcasing IAQ, water purification, hydrotherapy, HVAC zoning and more.
Julie Jacobson · July 10, 2019
Humans are hardwired to relish nature and thrive in a 24-hour circadian cycle. Smart-home pros can fake-believe nature through smart lighting, indoor air quality, beneficial sounds, visuals and other wellness-related stimuli.
Julie Jacobson · March 15, 2019
Elan ships new remote temperature and humidity sensors to complement smart-thermostat and home control systems.
Robert Archer · December 26, 2018
PREVIEW: CE Pro’s Top 5 Home Technology Trends for 2019 address opportunities and challenges for smart-home pros in wellness, low-voltage lighting, cord-cutting, architectural design and the labor crisis.
Julie Jacobson · November 20, 2018
Measuring nine environmental conditions, IoT-enabled Airthinx integrates with home automation to optimize indoor air quality (IAQ) for wellness, productivity and energy savings.
Julie Jacobson · August 08, 2018
In studying pre-CES IoT activity, we discerned a few new trends in smart-home technology (‘the fog’) and market forces (wellness) driving home-automation. But some things never change (standards).
Julie Jacobson · December 19, 2017