SmartThings Pack home-electronics
 

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A small company called SmartThings is raising money on Kickstarter.The SmartThings product line includes an app, a hub, a cloud service, a development environment (for software makers to create software) and most interestingly, a “maker’s toolkit” that enables engineering-minded people to “hack” their appliances, connecting a wireless smart chip to everyday things that were never designed to be controllable by phone. Inevitably, some hobbyists will use the toolkit to customize their own appliances. But others will use it to invent products, which can be sold to other SmartThings customers. The company plans to sell a wide range of sensors, such as motion sensors, moisture sensors and so on, which can be used by the system to figure out what’s going on and enable a certain action. For example, a simple sensor on the door combined with motion sensors can tell the system nobody is home, triggering a shutoff of all lights and cooling and heating appliances, and setting the security alarm.

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June 30, 2013
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April 1, 2013
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March 20, 2013
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February 3, 2013
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January 19, 2013
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January 17, 2013
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November 20, 2012
SmartThings Pack - $174.00 » A small company called SmartThings is raising money on Kickstarter. The SmartThings product line includes an app, a hub, a cloud service, a development environment (for software makers to create software) and most interestingly, a “maker’s toolkit” that enables engineering-minded people to “hack” their appliances, connecting a wireless smart chip to everyday things that were never designed to be controllable by phone. Inevitably, some hobbyists will use the toolkit to customize their own appliances. But others will use it to invent products, which can be sold to other SmartThings customers. The company plans to sell a wide range of sensors, such as motion sensors, moisture sensors and so on, which can be used by the system to figure out what’s going on and enable a certain action
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October 31, 2012
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October 22, 2012
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October 21, 2012
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October 19, 2012
The SmartThings product line includes an app, a hub, a cloud service, a development environment (for software makers to create software) and most interestingly, a “maker’s toolkit” that enables engineering-minded people to “hack” their appliances, connecting a wireless smart chip to everyday things that were never designed to be controllable by phone. Inevitably, some hobbyists will use the toolkit to customize their own appliances. But others will use it to invent products, which can be sold to other SmartThings customers.
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October 3, 2012
SmartThings Pack - $174.00 » A small company called SmartThings is raising money on Kickstarter. The SmartThings product line includes an app, a hub, a cloud service, a development environment (for software makers to create software) and most interestingly, a “maker’s toolkit” that enables engineering-minded people to “hack” their appliances, connecting a wireless smart chip to everyday things that were never designed to be controllable by phone. Inevitably, some hobbyists will use the toolkit to customize their own appliances. But others will use it to invent products, which can be sold to other SmartThings customers. The company plans to sell a wide range of sensors, such as motion sensors, moisture sensors and so on, which can be used by the system to figure out what’s going on and enable a certain action. For example, a simple sensor on the door combined with motion sensors can tell the system nobody is home, triggering a shutoff of all lights and cooling and heating appliances, and setting the security alarm.
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September 25, 2012
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September 22, 2012
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September 22, 2012
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September 21, 2012
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September 21, 2012
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September 20, 2012
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September 20, 2012
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September 19, 2012
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September 19, 2012
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September 19, 2012
SmartThings Pack - $174.00 » A small company called SmartThings is raising money on Kickstarter. The SmartThings product line includes an app, a hub, a cloud service, a development environment (for software makers to create software) and most interestingly, a “maker’s toolkit” that enables engineering-minded people to “hack” their appliances, connecting a wireless smart chip to everyday things that were never designed to be controllable by phone. Inevitably, some hobbyists will use the toolkit to customize their own appliances. But others will use it to invent products, which can be sold to other SmartThings customers. The company plans to sell a wide range of sensors, such as motion sensors, moisture sensors and so on, which can be used by the system to figure out what’s going on and enable a certain action. For example, a simple sensor on the door combined with motion sensors can tell the system nobody is home, triggering a shutoff of all lights and cooling and heating appliances, and setting the security alarm.
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September 19, 2012
A small company called SmartThings is raising money on Kickstarter. The SmartThings product line includes an app, a hub, a cloud service, a development environment (for software makers to create software) and most interestingly, a “maker’s toolkit” that enables engineering-minded people to “hack” their appliances, connecting a wireless smart chip to everyday things that were never designed to be controllable by phone. Inevitably, some hobbyists will use the toolkit to customize their own appliances. But others will use it to invent products, which can be sold to other SmartThings customers. The company plans to sell a wide range of sensors, such as motion sensors, moisture sensors and so on, which can be used by the system to figure out what’s going on and enable a certain action. For example, a simple sensor on the door combined with motion sensors can tell the system nobody is home, triggering a shutoff of all lights and cooling and heating appliances, and setting the security alarm.
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September 19, 2012
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September 19, 2012
What did we do before Kickstarter? Love the options home owners now have for systems and appliance management!
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September 19, 2012
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SmartThings Pack

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