HAI By Leviton
By Robert Archer · August 18, 2011 • The New Orleans-based company is now shipping its MicroControl product to support a homeowner's ability to control their energy consumption.
By Robert Archer · July 6, 2011 • With summer in full swing HAI's latest control solution enables dealers to keep their customers cool and comfortable.
By Rachel Cericola · May 10, 2011 • Home Automation Inc. is now shipping its Omni-Bus Lighting Control Network product suite for international customers.
By Julie Jacobson · April 11, 2011 • Standalone ZigBee energy management solution to feature controller, smart thermostats and load control modules to communicate with smart grid -- no separate home automation system required.
By Arlen Schweiger · April 6, 2011 • It all started with wiring for a home theater. But 10 years later, this panel became a wiring disaster after several companies added other features.
By Robert Archer · March 23, 2011 • The company's pending mobile phone app provides Android device owners with the ability to control their control and automation systems.
By Jason Knott · March 22, 2011 • HAI lights, thermostats, security systems and other connected devices can be controlled with an NEC digital phone system. Worthington demos the solution at EHX 2011.
By CE Pro Editors · March 19, 2011 • Company recognizes its top dealers for 2010 during Dealer Appreciation Party.
By Jason Knott · February 2, 2011 • Entergy New Orleans will give out HAI In-Home Energy Displays connected to the smart grid and thermostats to help reduce electrical bills.
By Rachel Cericola · December 22, 2010 • HAI's Hi-Fi 2 Multiroom Audio System, which is installed by Cat5 wire and is expandable to 16 zones, is now shipping.
By CE Pro Editors · October 5, 2010 • CE Pro visits HAI at CEDIA Expo 2010 in Atlanta.
By Julie Jacobson · October 1, 2010 • Multitasking, multidimensional user interface make Android ideal for home automation, says Aaron Ard, who demonstrated HAI's Android app at CEDIA 2010.
By Julie Jacobson · September 21, 2010 • Crestron, HAI and certainly other home-control vendors will demonstrate Android apps at CEDIA; several of them discuss plans for the Google platform.
By Julie Jacobson · July 20, 2010 • Apple's VoiceOver feature helps visually impaired users navigate through a home automation system with special gesture controls and voice feedback on the iPhone and iPad.
By Robert Archer · June 29, 2010 • Home Automation Inc.'s new sensor uses the earth's magnetic field to trigger lights or to alert homeowners that a visitor has arrived.