CviLux is launching Apple Homekit devices in Taiwan under the brand “Opro9” . To be released first are the Smart Outlet and Light Bulb, with more coming in the future. CviLux has a background in iPhone flash drive and data encryption, and has been approved by Apple to develop and produce Homekit devices based on encryption and wireless technologies.
Features of the Apple Homekit devices: one MFi approved app that can be used to operate Apple HomeKit devices from different brands; O.T.A. (Over The Air) software and firmware update; long service life for the hardware; Apple Bonjour support for zero configuration for the end users; the end users being able to configure Home/Room/Zone/Scenario settings; Siri support, users being able to control devices remotely and outdoors with data encryption and privay protection; and app, software and cloud services developed by Cvilux for product differentiation.
CviLux-Opro9 Smart Diaper Sensor
Infants and children generally wear one diaper for a long period of time, which can cause diaper rash and skin infection. Severe infections can even jeopardize the lives of infants. The CviLux-Opro9 Smart Diaper sensor, manufactured using SGS certified-safe materials, is placed on the outside of the diaper so it doesn't touch the child's skin. When the infant urinates and there's a change in temperature and moisture, the sensor will automatically send an alert to the cellphone and tablets of parents and notify them using sound, vibration, and graphical means, so they are reminded to change the child's diaper. The Opro9 SmartDiaper App, free from the App store, provides an easy-to-use and beautifully designed interface to help new parents review and track their child's habits. The App provides statistics, including records of daily and weekly urination times, average number of times urinated, urination frequency and so on, to allow parents to use the App records to make appropriate health-related decisions. If parents agree to allow upload of their child's data to CviLux's secure cloud, then the cloud-based data analysis programs, combined with clinical research from medical professionals, can provide parents with even more accurate health care data about the child's health.
Future development plans include working in cooperation with diaper manufacturers and baby supplies provide targeted in-app advertising and e-commerce options, to help parents of newborns receive timely information on relevant, high-quality baby-care products.