At CeBIT 2017, the world’s largest ICT exhibition, Huawei announced that it is collaborating with Honeywell to bring to market smart building offerings that take advantage of the latest Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to help make buildings more sustainable, secure and energy efficient. An important building block of the collaboration is a new IoT gateway Huawei is working on. It is built on Tridium’s Niagara Framework and collects and analyzes data from buildings to provide detection, deduction, determination and decision-making capabilities to customers. The solution will greatly improve building intelligence by providing functions such as access control, intrusion monitoring, and disaster detection in the security and safety field. The Gateway offers energy saving features, with functions like cooling and heating control, natural resource usage, and electric appliance management. It also provides illumination, transportation, and communication control for efficiency and convenience, while also providing customers with an innovative solution for more sustainable, secure and energy efficient connected buildings.
Trusted Objects, a security expert for the Internet of Things (IoT), announced the release of its Secure Element (SE) designed for connected solutions on the Sigfox network. A Secure Element brings significantly better security than a simple software solution, which is often the target of hackers. In this application, the Secure Element securely stores Sigfox device ID, Network Authentication Key and Encryption Key with the same security level as banking smart cards. Thanks to these security features, the Secure Element performs a strong authentication of a device on the Sigfox network and allows to encrypt the payload on the device.
Intel announced a new modular compute platform called the Intel Compute Card along with a range of partners who will be working with Intel to help accelerate the ecosystem of solutions based on the Compute Card. Intel delivers technology to help realize the benefits of the Internet of Things and enable more smart and connected devices. The Compute Card has all the elements of a full computer, including Intel SoC, memory, storage and wireless connectivity with flexible I/O options so hardware manufacturers can optimize for their particular solution.
Batibouw, the Belgian buiding fair, opens its doors soon. Palace 9 will mainly focus on smart homes. Technology is increasingly gaining importance in the home which makes the home smarter. The home automation and building automation manufacturers will present their (new) products at Batibouw 2017!
The BCDI website gives you an overview of most home and building automation manufacturers in Belgium:
What can you expect?
- The Velbus “Home center” is a software interface for home automation hardware and ideal to operate via touch screen, PC or mobile device. All automation functionalities of the whole house are available at a central location.
- The Brainbox Evoticoo is a new automation system that combines wiring technology with wireless technology and without battery.
- Dako Smart Home is an intelligent system of controlling devices installed at home by remote control modules. DAKO-SMART HOME System is based on Z-Wave technology. Owing to the connection of the central unit to the Internet, the system enables the control from any location in the world.
- The multimedia and home automation system, TYDOM 3.0 from Delta Dore, is compatible with the main worldwide standard protocols (KNX, Sonos, DuneHD, SmartTV, RTS, X3D and X2D), enabling all intelligent devices in the home to be connected to it.
- Teletask Cloud is a cloud solution where all mobile devices are easily integrated using a secure TLS connection. This solution offers the possibility to control the house from any location.
- Niko, Renson, Reynaers and Velux go together for a ‘smart home’. A home is really communicating smart as all existing technologies together. And that’s just why Niko, ventilation specialist Renson, Velux and Reynaers join forces. The four market leaders like this living comfort to a new level, with the ease of use for the residents as an absolute priority. The ‘smart’ windows and doors Reynaers be integrated into their booth at Batibouw. Renson the Healthbox will propose 3.0. The Healthbox provides a smart and automatic way for healthy indoor air. This Healthbox keeps residents through Niko Home Control constantly aware of the air quality and ventilation levels in the home. The connection of the Velux skylights Integra to Niko Home Control gives the residents a greater comfort. The “all out” Niko Home Control also makes it possible to open all VELUX roof windows.
You can find the list of exhibitors at Batibouw here.
Norton by Symantec introduced Norton Core, a high-performance Wi-Fi router to secure home networks and IoT devices. Today’s home networks, bursting with connected devices, thermostats, smart televisions and refrigerators, need exceptional security to protect against malware, viruses, and suspicious activity. Norton is extending their digital safety platform – to now include a wireless home router – to help customers incorporate security into their homes.