The property allows visitors to control the lighting, speakers, fans, curtains and television with the sound of their own voice.
Intelligent homes technology pioneer Quantify Technology has signed an agreement with ASI Electrics for the distribution of its products in Victoria.
Intelligent Home Technology Centre and Quantify Technology have signed a distribution agreement that will see Quantify's smart home technology products sold via Intelligent Home's display suite.
Computer scientists from the University of Massachusetts Amherst have developed a tool to automatically estimate rooftops' potential to generate solar energy.
The REACT 2 energy storage solution from ABB includes a high-voltage Li-ion battery with a long life and a storage capacity of up to 12 kWh.
Quantify Technology's simple, modern and futureproof smart home solution is heading to the US market.
Early adopters of smart home technologies have reported they reinforce gender stereotypes and could pose security threats to women, according to a study.
Quantify Technology has partnered with Curtin University of Technology to install its products in a living lab in Fremantle, Western Australia.
Leading Australian and international Internet of Things (IoT) experts will descend on Sydney for Australia's largest IoT conference and exhibition, IoT Impact.
Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power, has partnered with Queensland-based electrical services provider HazElec and Sydney-based IT infrastructure provider Powerfirm.
A Washington University professor is working to help smart homes become smarter and more efficient with artificial intelligence (AI).
Digital disruption is happening right now in the connected home space. The disruption we are seeing is the move from a connected home to an intelligent home.
Australian homes are expected to have over 300 million connected devices by 2021, according to technology research firm Telsyte. The smart home revolution is sweeping the world, but is there more hype than reality?
The AMC XR900 Wireless Control Panel, distributed by LSC Security Supplies, features a sleek, compact design with user-friendly functionality.
Gerard Lighting's Diginet Sitara lighting control system allows users to personalise the way they control their lighting.