Suppliers United States SmartThings

SmartThings

United States
2012
Private
$10-100m
201 - 1,000
Open website

Imagine if your things knew when you woke up, and when you call it a night. Imagine if they knew when you couldn’t be home, and how to put your mind at ease. Imagine if they always knew what you needed, and when you need it. Imagine if they knew you better than you know yourself. Now, imagine if you didn’t have to imagine. Because with SmartThings, they already can. Things such as lights, doors, keys, plants, and cars can now work better for you, making you feel more secure, more in control, more efficient, and simply more delighted. With SmartThings technology and devices such as sensors, locks, and cameras, the possibilities for your things are infinite, fuelled by your own needs and creativity. They just need you to add a bit of smartness

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Software
Software that ingests data and visualises it to generate insights to answer specific questions
Platforms that facilitate and allow application developments for specific use cases and/or client requirements.
Services
Developing custom software for specific uses and operating environments/needs.
Number of News Items145
Smart home technology just got simpler – and far more affordable
TechRadar - 19 Sep, 2019
Referenced Companies: SmartThings, Google, Amazon Robotics, Exact
Keywords: Sensors, Sensor
SmartThings Announces Integrations With Sonos to Bring Great Sound to the Smart Home
SPi News - 17 Sep, 2019
Referenced Companies: SmartThings, Samsung Electronics
SmartThings Announces Integrations With Sonos to Bring Great Sound to the Smart Home
Business Wire - 17 Sep, 2019
Referenced Companies: SmartThings, Samsung Electronics
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