“Also available is Z-Wave, a wireless automation protocol using the 908.42MHz frequency band. There are now over a thousand products that will connect using Z-Wave. One great advantage of this system is that it uses what is called 'mesh networking' which means each connected device will pass along a command to all the others connected to the Z-Wave network until it reaches its intended destination." -David Howell, TechRadar
Flexible Installation Today’s technology makes lighting and shading control available to a wide audience. Always a must-have for large homes, easy-to-use lighting and shading control can now be retrofitted into any size home for far lower cost than ever before! http://eiexperts.com/home-automation-systems/house-lighting-control/
Low power wireless standards combined with low cost, ultra-miniature LEDs, sensors and communications devices has made smart lighting a catalyst for the Internet of Things and home automation.In this tutorial we'll see how to control a NeoPixel LED strip via mobile using the VIPER App, that shows a color picker and a menu for the selection of various pre-configured animations.