Z-Wave Europe presents new products at CeBIT 2017

Z-Wave Europe, the leading European Value Added Distributor for Z-Wave based wireless home automation, announces presentation of new devices at CeBIT 2017.

Hohenstein-Ernstthal, 27/02/2017  At this year’s CEBIT show in Hannover from 20. to 24. March 2017, Z-Wave Europe exhibits at an own booth in the ‚Planet Reseller‘ area under the umbrella of ‚International Communication Park‘ (ICP). In addition to products of the leading Z-Wave Smart Home brand FIBARO, a lot of other Z-Wave compatible devices will be presented.

The new Fibaro KeyFOB will be displayed officially for the first time on a trade fair in Germany. The KeyFOB is a unique 6-button remote control which allows you to control devices and scenes in the connected home.

The manufacturer Popp is also announcing two new products at the Z-Wave booth: a Keypad and a Flood sensor.

Z-Wave Europe exhibits within the framework of CeBIT ‘Planet Reseller’

  • Official partner presentation of Z-Wave brands Fibaro, Popp, Schwaiger and Z-Wave.Me
  • Presentation of new Z-Wave products (KeyFob, Keypad, Flood sensor)
  • Amazon Echo integration into Z-Way Smart Home platform

The high-quality Keypad is made for access control and allows to open door locks and activate or deactivate alarm systems via PIN code. With the newly developed Keypad the Smart Home manufacturer POPP emphasizes their innovative power again. Up to now there are no other comparable Z-Wave devices in the market. The new Popp Flood sensor can detect water leakages and damages and comes up with a probe extension, which is easy to install and allows you to control areas with difficult access, e.g. under your washing machine.

Besides, the company Z-Wave.Me is presenting the integration of Amazon Echo voice control in Z-Way Smart Home Software. Z-Way is used in different Smart Home Gateways, among them Popp HUB, My Cloud by Western Digital (WD) and RaZberry for Raspberry Pi.

The Z-Wave Europe booth is located in hall 14 (Planet Reseller) at the ‚International Communication Park‘ area H66-51.

Source: Think of IT

You might also like More from author

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.