Sigma Designs and Make: Debut Smart Home Design Mission at World Maker Faire 2017 in New York Celebrating Maker Community Creativity, Collaboration and Inspiring Z-Wave App Design
Z-Wave comes to CEDIA with comprehensive training courses for Z-Wave projects, an award-winning installer toolkit and new devices from member companies
The NxT outdoor lighting solution delivers solar-powered smart lighting
With close to 60% growth in membership, the Z-Wave Alliance announces milestones for the largest compatible smart home ecosystem in the market.
Japan’s largest telco corporation, KDDI, uses Z-Wave as the wireless mesh technology powering their smart home solution, au HOME, designed specifically for network operators.
Sigma Joins industry leaders with mutual goal to unify IoT standards for device ecosystem harmony between Z-Wave and the OCF initiative.
Sigma Designs® (NASDAQ: SIGM), a leading provider of Smart TV platforms and IoT devices, today at CES 2017 announced Z-Wave SmartStart, an enhancement to the Z-Wave specification that vastly improves service provider installation of Z-Wave devices in the smart home.
Sigma Designs is releasing the interoperability layer of the Z-Wave standard into the public domain. The Z-Wave Public Spec provides cloud service developers, gateway makers, technology enthusiasts, and others free and easy access to the Z-Wave interoperability layer, for development of smart home IoT applications.
Z-Wave IoT accelerator-style program gives winners with an innovative idea in IoT product or service design access to the large Z-Wave Alliance ecosystem, partners and resources as well as the Z-Wave IoT ready 500 series development kits.
Hive Connected, creator of The Huny Beacon intelligent speaker system, is the most recent winner of the Z-Wave contest and will receive Z-Wave Alliance membership.
Because Z-Wave is one of the key wireless IoT platforms being used in residential applications, Nokia is implementing Z-Wave in its latest generation of smart home gateway products.
Sigma Designs, announces their Z-Wave modules models ZM5101, ZM5202, and ZM5304 with protocol SDK version 6.60 have been evaluated to UL‘s standards for home security, enabling new applications for professional security sensors and other devices in the multi-billion dollar home security business in the US.
Nu Tech Software Solutions, Inc, an automation and process control firm based in Oregon, has taken the prize with AlarmDecoder and will receive Z-Wave Alliance membership.
With a year of steady growth, new partnerships, a new online consumer education initiative and augmented security for Z-Wave IoT devices, the Z-Wave Alliance announces year-end milestones.