Lowe’s redesigned smart-home system

There’s a redesigned app that displays photos of the appliances, thermostats or other components that it controls. That app uses Microsoft Azure Internet of Things technology, Koster says.

“It looks and feels like the customers’ homes,” he says. “We focused on make it more simple and initiative.”
The Iris products were launched in 2012. The line has components for home security and control systems along with an interface with products that are compatible. Those products, which aren’t manufactured by Iris or Lowe’s, include water heaters, heating and cooling systems, and water softeners.

Read more: http://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/blog/outside_the_loop/2015/11/lowe-s-rolls-out-redesigned-smart-home-system.html

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