CE Week 2018, the hottest mid-year consumer technology show in New York City, is putting a focus on connected lifestyle with a Connected Design Pavilion and two dedicated conference sessions. Through a partnership with AIA’18 Conference on Architecture, co-located at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, AIA’18 attendees are welcome to attend CE Week to come face to face with the latest lifestyle technology and the brands and people behind them.
Here’s some of what you can expect from the new Connected Design activations at CE Week:
Having a solid understanding of where the market has been and where it is headed can be instrumental in helping firms plan their business strategies. Consumers have a growing and increasingly sophisticated list of factors they weigh in any renovation project. Factors like resale value and cost, energy efficiency, smart home features, healthy home concerns and style. Come join us at 4pm on Wednesday, June 20th for the Connected Design presentations, “Trends Impacting Today’s Home Renovation Projects” and “Building Better Partnerships in a Design-Centric World.” In this session, we will share research diving into trends on features, furnishings and motivations behind today’s renovations. This includes how homeowners plan their projects and what their key considerations are. Pros will come away with a deeper understanding of these factors, how they rank in consumer’s minds against more traditional considerations, and how those rankings vary by a consumer’s region, age, and type of renovation or construction project. These insights will help professionals both market to and communicate with clients and prospective clients more effectively.
- Moderator: Lee A. Rotenberg, Founder, Ivy.co
- Panelists: Melissa Andresko, Communications Director & Company Spokesperson, Lutron Electronics; Anastasia Harrison, Owner & Founding Partner, And Design LLC; Stuart Narofsky, Principal, Narofsky Architecture
See how brands like Pioneer, Westinghouse, Ooma, Kids Connect, Reflectel, Aura Frames, Remo+ and many others, are infusing technology into the home. A few of the products on display include:
Aura Frames. The quickest, easiest and most elegant way to display photos from phone to frame. Invite anyone, anywhere to share photos to your frame keeping you connected to those you care most about. Aura AI technology takes the work out of managing your photos by curating the sharpest and best images.
Ooma. Butterfleye is a smart video security camera with advanced features including facial recognition, onboard memory and battery backup for recording during power and internet outages, seven days of free cloud storage, and more.
Pioneer Electronics. Pioneer’s AVH-W4400NEX in-dash multimedia receiver with 7” WVGA touchscreen display is car-to-home smart home integration ready, allowing you to take command of your connected smart home from the road with Google Assistant and Siri.
Remo+. RemoBell W Video Doorbell connects with your existing doorbell hardwires and allows you to keep an eye on your home in full HD video – even when you’re away. It sends you an alert when visitors trigger the advanced motion sensor or press the doorbell, and lets you see, hear, and talk to them from any smart device.
Westinghouse. Westinghouse’s new line of 4k Ultra HD TVs with Android TV offers a tailored home entertainment experience by delivering a world of content, apps and games straight to the living room. Equipped with Google Assistant, you can quickly find the latest blockbuster movies, discover new content, check game scores and control smart home devices.
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