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DAY 4 Edition - IFA International 2017

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BROUGHT TO YOU BY HALL 26 / STANDS 100 AND 121 SMART HOME Bosch Smart Home Promises Greater Peace of Mind German appliance giant leads the way to the connected, and secure, home At this year’s IFA, Bosch is promoting a Smart Home concept dedicated to making smart technology as user-friendly as possible by continuously optimising, integrating and expanding of connectible home devices via a single app. To this end, Bosch has been showcasing its integration of selected Home Connect washing machines, dryers and dishwashers by Bosch and Siemens into its Smart Home System - the start of an integration process that will continue into 2018 with Home Connect appliances such as stoves, refrigerators and coffee machines. Meanwhile, the new Bosch smart home in-wall controls for lights and shutters allow users to upgrade regular electric switches for blinds, shutters, awnings and lighting systems completely invisibly - existing lights, blinds and shutters can be controlled as part of the smart home system or operated manually as before. At IFA, Bosch is demonstrating how such in-wall controls further improve home security via “presence simulation”, meaning the irregular activation of the lights or blinds to put off burglars by creating the illusion that residents are at home. Bosch is further bolstering its smart home security offering with Twinguard, which automatically sends an alert to smartphones (via a push notification or phone call) to inform users about fire, flooding, break and enters and so on. Twinguard utilises Dual Ray technology to reliably recognise hazards and prevent false alarms. It also allows Bosch Smart Home users to specify friends and neighbours to be contacted automatically in case of an emergency – free of charge. Thanks to Alexa, the voicecontrolled assistant by Amazon Echo, users can also control the 360° Indoor Camera and the Eyes Outdoor Camera in their Bosch Smart Home to constantly monitor the situation via a smartphone app » HALL 3.1 / Stand 101 42

BROUGHT TO YOU BY HALL 26 / STANDS 100 AND 121 SMART HOME PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT ADVERTORIAL YALE SMART DOOR LOCKS The days of forgotten keys are over thanks to ENT Yale Smart Door Locks that give users the option to use a PIN code, fingerprint reader, remote key fob, or even a smartphone to unlock the door. Furthermore, users can grant access to family, friends and visitors if they need to enter the home when none of the regular residents are present. An advanced digital lock, ENT also integrates with Yale’s smart home alarm so that unlocking doors with the Yale app automatically disarms the alarm. Kate Clark, Managing Director for Yale EMEA said: “With no drilling or wiring required, it is an ideal security product for first time buyers looking to take their first steps into the smart home.” » HALL 6.2 / Stand 110 DEVOLO: THE MAGIC OF A PERFECT CONNECTION Under the slogan "the magic of a perfect connection", German-based Devolo is presenting innovative wholehome wifi and connected smart home solutions at IFA. These include the dLAN 1200+ WiFi ac Network Kit, a Powerline-branded kit for the best superfast wholehome wifi from the basement to the attic. IFA will see the launch of the 1200 triple+, a three-port Powerline adapter with the fastest, most reliable and widestrange dLAN technology. By utilising integrated WiFi Move Technology, Powerline creates a single large wifi network within the home so that all devices always automatically connect to the strongest wifi hotspot. That way, users can move freely throughout the home with their tablets, smartphones and other mobile devices while enjoying a perfect internet connection. » HALL 6.2 / Stand 129 KEY SELLING POINTS 1 dLAN technology for highly reliable, widest-range whole home wifi 2 Intgrated WiFi Move Technology for consistent mobile internet connection 3 Powerline adapter ideal for fast networking of all multimedia devices DIGITAL STROM SMART HOME PLATFORM CONNECTS KITCHEN AND BATHROOM KEY SELLING POINTS 1 All doors easily become smart with a simple and affordable cylinder retrofit solution 2 Variety of credentials available including PIN code, fingerprint at door, remote control, smartphone app, and automatic locking 3 Integrated with Yale Smart Living Smart home alarm system KEY SELLING POINTS 1 Award-winning smart home platform seamlessly networks household appliances 2 Consumers can perfectly sync the preparation of breakfasts, for example 3 Platform turns the domestic bathroom into a connected wellness oasis The German-Swiss smart home provider Digital Strom is presenting a number of intelligent household appliances that can be networked within its awardwinning Smart Home platform. Digital Strom’s IFA stand features a fully networked intelligent kitchen and digital bathroom that showcase the interplay of diverse devices that are seamlessly connected. Digital Strom’s intelligent kitchen at IFA features connected devices such as the V-ZUG Steamer and the Siemens EQ.9 Connect coffee machine. Here, consumers can experience the potential to perfectly sync the preparation of breakfast essentials like coffee and pastries via Digital Strom’s smart home architecture. Digital Strom is also showcasing a connected bathroom that becomes a wellness oasis through individualised settings such as personalised mood lighting and a loudspeaker system that welcomes users with personalised music. » HALL 26A / Stand 202 » HALL 26.2 / Stand 102/130 IFA International • Monday 4 st September 2017 43

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