Home Automation Takes Over CES
A few years ago, home automation was only a concept in futuristic movies,- but the rise of the Internet of Things and connected devices has brought "smart homes" to the consumer market.
The Consumer Electronics Show, held last week in Las Vegas, revealed the popularity of home automation, as dozens of vendors showed off their platforms with innovative security, connected device and sensory features.
Home automation vendors at CES ranged from well-known mobile companies like Samsung and Panasonic to others such as GoControl and iDevices. Following are 10 home automation platforms that stood out from the rest. For more CES announcements about phones, laptops and tablets, check out CRN's website.