DSR Corporation, a US based software development company, has been tapped by the ZigBee Alliance to showcase the seamless interoperability available through ZigBee via the development of a 10’ x 10’ Connected Home display wall at CES 2016. The display wall will feature certified ZigBee home automation products from numerous manufacturers located around the world, including Bosch, Centralite, FeiBit, Legrand, OSRAM, Philips, Ubisys, and Xinghuoyuan Group.
“The vision of this collaboration is to create a live experience that unveils the universal connectivity technology that ZigBee provides to connect people, processes, and things that the Internet of Things (IoT) movement is all about,” says Anatoli Pechkov, CEO of DSR Corporation. “With DSR’s extensive experience in dealing with the complexity and tremendous challenges of integrating diverse wireless connectivity products, we are very excited to showcase an array of products working together in a single display.”
The display wall will feature a new generation of ZigBee products that a consumer might expect in their home or business, including lighting, window covering controls, thermostats, and various sensors, such as temperature, humidity, and gas detection. To accomplish this, DSR Corporation is leveraging its IoTicity portfolio, which includes intelligent smart home technologies such as cloud management, low-cost gateway and gateway management, and iOS and Android apps for controlling and monitoring smart devices.
“ZigBee Alliance would like to thank DSR Corporation for producing this year’s ZigBee Connected Home interoperability demonstration. DSR Corporation’s expertise in integration and application development makes them the ideal member to take on this project. We look forward to their leadership in sharing the value of ZigBee Standards and how they promote interoperability in the IoT,” expressed Mark Walters, Vice President Strategic Development, ZigBee Alliance.
Source: DSR Corporation