Connected Home – The Future is Now

Connected Home – The Future is Now

April 11, 2018, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Location: Sands 305, Level 1
Language:
English

It’s estimated by the year 2020, the world will have more than 50 billion connected devices, including phones, intelligent personal assistants and everything personally close to you. The IoT wave isn’t just on the rise, we’re going to be interconnected in ways not thought of before. The next evolution will have a big focus on connected and smart homes. Artificial intelligence will be built into the home to let it manage itself freely. Systems won’t just understand owner preferences but also respond to specific voices and gestures. This opens new dimensions by which the users will interact and use their homes. This new ecosystem is going to be fortified around multifaceted hardware and software systems to give consumers the best experience possible, with security is becoming one of the strongest pillars of its foundation.  Hear how these technologies can provide opportunities for end-users, integrators and others in the physical security channel. 

Learning Outcomes:
1. Observe how new high-tech platforms are becoming more adaptable to user needs for the connected home.
2. Discover a new variety of devices created for the connected home which can be used to notify users if they detect unusual sounds or movements inside while they are away.
3. Distinguish the opportunity for additional services and features beyond the purchase of a device.

Contributors

  • Scott Harkins

    Panelist

    Vice President / General Manager

    Honeywell Connected Home

    Scott Harkins is Vice President / General Manager of Honeywell Connected Home. Honeywell Connected Home focuses on developing cloud based software...

  • Mike Buckingham

    Panelist

    Director of Sales

    August Home, Inc

    Mike Buckingham, Director August Pro, August Home Inc Mike Buckingham is the Director of August Pro, a division of August Home Inc dedicated to...

  • Eugene LaNois

    Panelist

    GM- Pro Channel

    Nest Labs

    Gene LaNois is the General Manager for the Professional Channel at Nest, where he leads all business and partnerships with professional trades around...

Documents

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    Connected Security People & Process

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