Home automation is the basis of the smart home, as builders are looking for ways to market smart homes built from seamless connections and little user interaction.
Smart home systems are on the rise. According to Clean Technica’s smart home infographic, twelve million home automation platforms are expected to be installed in the U.S. by 2016.
Builders and integrators can get ahead of this emerging trend by offering smart home platforms with features that will appeal to clients, like energy management and smart lighting systems.
Automation platforms from big-name manufacturers like TiO and Fibaro will be on display at TecHomeX, giving every player in the TecHome ecosystem a chance to see this tech firsthand.
Every player in the ecosystem can benefit from learning best practices on automating the smart home. TecHomeX will connect industry experts with manufacturers of smart systems to bridge the gap between knowledge and success.
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Standalone device vendors and manufacturers will display a range of connected devices that complement automation platforms. Qolsys and URC will both be on the show floor exhibiting devices and solutions for the connected home.
Standalone devices are only a small part of the automation landscape at TecHomeX. Builders and integrators can also check out complete platform solutions for the home.
TiO and Fibaro represent two big names demonstrating home automation systems. New gesture control systems will be front and center at the Fibaro booth. Tio will present a lineup of devices that work with the home’s platform as well as the TiO Connect device, which allows third-party systems to work well with the TiO platform.
TecHomeX is only a day away, stay tuned for coverage from the expo floor. The event starts March 21 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando. There’s still time to register, just click here!