Nexia Demonstrates An Ecosystem Of Connected Products At CES
Nexia, a brand of Ingersoll Rand and Smart Home leader, is left with the responsibility of powering the Z-Wave Alliance demonstration house at CES 2017. The home features an ecosystem of connected gadgets that work together to create a much smarter way of living.
Nexia is very versatile and reliable, along with providing a high level of security. The home also features a wide range of Smart devices, including lighting fixtures, thermostats and Smart locks. There is also an interconnected mousetrap added into the mix, which is something new to the Smart Home market. The demonstration home operates on Nexia’s first Z-Wave+ enabled hub that is embedded with the new Trane XL 1050 climate control.
“Nexia has long been, and continues to be, a defining force in the evolution of smart living,” said Mitch Klein, executive director of the Z-Wave Alliance. “By integrating reliable products and services that make daily life easier, Nexia allows users to choose smart devices from a variety of nationally recognized manufacturers without locking themselves into a closed ecosystem. The ability to control so many smart devices securely and reliably is why the Z-Wave Alliance entrusted Nexia to power our demonstration booth at CES, where the eyes of the world are on us.”
According to George Land, general manager of Nexia, the Nexia Smart Home automation system can effortlessly control over 500 devices from over 80 manufacturers, connecting them to create a secure and simple Smart Home.
Z-Wave Technology is an open internationally recognized ITU Standard. It is also classified as the leading wireless control technology available on today’s market, with more than 1,700 interoperable, certified gadgets worldwide.
Ingersoll Rand is a $13 billion global business that creates sustainable, comfortable and efficient environments.
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