Here’s a collecting of 14 videos we’ve pulled together featuring some of the home tech highlights from last weeks CES 2015. It was a show that will definitely be remembered for a vast array of IoT and home automation product announcements.
The first video is courtesy of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) themselves and shows all the Smart Home Highlights from CES 2015.
Geek Beat TV talks to Insteon President and COO Joe Gerber about their now 200 strong line-up, their new API as well as the latest $40 version of their hub which re-moves X10 compatibility but adds support for Apple HomeKit…
CNET takes a first look at Samsung’s SmartThings next-gen hub and their new smaller SmartSense Presence sensor range.
iMore takes a quick look at Whirlpools integration with Nest, the Kitchen of the future and Nexia amongst others.
ABT Eletronics takes a tour round the new WeMo range of home sensors from Belkin.
Dom Esposito’s video tour round his top Smart Home Tech of CES 2015.
AskMen talks to Control4 about integrating all the various smart home subsystems together.
iDevices revealed “the world’s first HomeKit certified connected plug” which allows users issue Siri voice commands to control and manage your home as well as set schedules based on your daily routine.
Father Robert Ballecer and the TWiT team find some new and exciting products including the OORT home automation hub (and if you’re old like me, look out for the return of Meccano in this one too).
The Samsung CEO BK Yoon’s CES 2015 keynote speech in under six minutes curtesy of The Verge, shows us IoT future for the smart home (and your car).
Unikey shows off their Smart Lock technology with CES Live.
How do you feel about routing every packet you receive through external severs to keep you secure? That’s exactly what the Bitdefender Box will do for a yearly subscription.
No audio on this one but a quick look at the Schlage Sense Smart Lock. Another Apple HomeKit compatible lock that allows you to unlock your doors with a Siri voice command.