All In Yale
A Pakedge wireless router serves as the backbone of a whole-house audio and control system from Florida Smart Homes.
Robert Archer · March 02, 2020
ASSA Abloy’s Yale Home and August Home line of smart door locks now have robust-level control and functionality via the Savant Pro App.
Jason Knott · February 14, 2020
According to Kingsley Park, more than 23 million Americans have been victims of porch pirate theft. Designed to thwart porch pirates, Kingsley Park’s line of Yale Smart Delivery Boxes help to ensure secure package deliveries. Kingsley Park‘s line of Yale Smart Delivery Boxes were developed in partnership with Yale to allow homeowners to use their […]
Robert Archer · January 22, 2020
Dish’s OnTech Smart Services poised to compete with Geek Squad, Amazon Smart Home Services.
Lisa Montgomery · June 17, 2019
In the first-ever Internet of Things (IoT) awards, we highlight the best IoT products on the market based on value, ease of integration, and more.
CE Pro Editors · November 15, 2018
SnapAV is offering full range of Google/Nest smart-home products, including cameras, thermostats, video doorbells, Thread/Weave Yale locks, Nest Secure pro-monitored alarm systems, and Google Home IoT hubs.
Julie Jacobson · November 14, 2018
2018 Brand Analysis for front-door security shows more CE Pro 100 dealers offer Ring and Doorbird video doorbells than any other brand; Yale tops the list for smart locks and Control4 takes the access controls category.
CE Pro Editors · June 07, 2018
The staff of Audio Video Experience are music lovers, but through Control4’s assistance, the N.H. custom integrator is refocusing its business to prioritize home control and automation.
Robert Archer · June 05, 2018
Hooked on Nest thermostats, smoke and CO alarms and indoor/outdoor surveillance cameras, this Nest Elite Pro dealer — and his Nest-obsessed customers — can’t wait to integrate the new Nest Hello video doorbell and Next x Yale smart lock, starting today. The products are now available.
Julie Jacobson · May 01, 2018
August and Nest/Yale employ low-energy home-automation protocols (Bluetooth LE and Thread/Weave) for their door locks, connecting to the home network via Wi-Fi-enabled video doorbells powered over wire.
Julie Jacobson · March 21, 2018