An assortment of products using Zigbee.
My favorite find at this booth is this light switch: it harvests enough energy from the motion of the switch to send the signal to the receiver with no internal battery whatsoever!
If you don’t want to wear a fitness band to bed, you can outfit your bedroom to do the sleep monitoring for you. This product marks a shift from multifunctional devices to single function systems.
The mat is placed under the bed to monitor movement, while light and sound is used to help the user fall asleep or wake up.
A more elegant competitor to the Nest, this home thermostat is made for smartphone control, and blends with typical home wall colors.
Also in their lineup is a home air quality system.
At first I thought this was silly, but using a tablet to learn about the correct food temperatures then having it tell you when it’s right? That actually makes a lot of sense.
The WeMo system of connected hardware to automate your home. WeMo plans to release a maker-accessible version to add to their system later this year!
It’s a solar powered generator collecting power not only for it’s built in speaker, but also for whatever you connect via USB. It’s the perfect travel-outdoors-energy system, complete with a handle to carry it.