Samsung launches IoT device to help insomniacs

|September 6, 2015 0

MUMBAI, INDIA: Samsung Electronics has debut a new device that aims to help users improve the quality of their sleep.

A part of Samsung’s Internet of Things (IoT) strategy, the device—Samsung SmartThings Hub comes with revamped hardware and no longer needs to be connected to the cloud in order to work.

The device connects to your home network to send you data when you are outside. It has a more powerful processor that enables video monitoring, and includes a battery backup that lasts up to 10 hours in case of a power outage.



Additionally, it can communicate and link 200 existing devices from BOSE, Yale, Phillips, Jawbone and BMW.

At the recently IFA 2015 in Berlin, Germany, Samsung demonstrated one of the uses of SmartThings Hub. Dispatchtimes reported that the device automatically shut off your TV and lights if it detects that you have fallen asleep.

“People are beginning to understand the real value and utility smart home technology can provide in their everyday lives”, said Alex Hawkinson, CEO and founder, SmartThingsHub.

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