One of many home automation systems vying for the CES spotlight this year is Allure Energy's EverSense 2.0 solution.
Like many home management systems, EverSense 2.0 allows users to keep close watch over their monthly and annual energy costs via their smartphone or tablet. But what sets EverSense apart is its ability to automatically adjust a home's thermostat in realtime, depending on the homeowner's' location and preference. For example, the system will automatically turn off heat or air conditioning when the last family member leaves the home (with their mobile device, of course), and will power it back up just prior to folks making their return.
The system is compatible with Android and iOS devices and starts at $349.