November 3. – 7. 2013
Mandalay Bay Convention Center
Mandalay Bay Hotel
Berlin/Boeblingen/San Jose/Taipei (September 6, 2013)
GEO Semiconductor Inc., a semiconductor and software company specializing in camera and projection solutions, and Shaspa, a leading provider of a service delivery framework for smart building projects, today announced the introduction of the iamus HD Cam solution for the smart home.
Berlin/Böblingen/Taipei, 06. September 2013 – Today, Shaspa and Tatung, have achieved another milestone in their collaboration roadmap. At the IFA event in Berlin a joint announcement was made about the immediate availability of the a new family of products for both residential and commercial properties.
September 6. – 11. 2013
June 10. – 12. 2013
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
12 April 2013
9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Peony Hall at the 5th Floor
Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center
Böblingen/Leer, 07. März 2013 – Der Home Control-Softwarehersteller Shaspa und die eQ-3 AG geben heute eine Zusammenarbeit bekannt, um qualitativ hochwertige, kosteneffiziente und interaktive Smart Home-Lösungen auf den Markt zu bringen. Das neue Angebot präsentiert Shaspa im Rahmen der CeBIT in Hannover. Erstes Produkt von Shaspa mit eQ-3-Technologie ist der neue Smart Home Stick, der jedes HDMI-fähige Fernsehgerät (Smart TV) in ein Smart Home-Kontrollzentrum verwandelt.
Taipei, Taiwan and Böblingen, Germany (February 5. , 2013) — Today, Tatung and Shaspa announced a collaboration to bring cost-effective, high quality, interactive Smart Home solutions to the market. The project aims to allow consumers to use any device capable of running apps to manage a variety of convenience, comfort and safety activities, including viewing their home’s energy consumption; controlling security, heating and lighting systems; activating home appliances, such as washing machines; monitoring health and assisted living conditions; or engaging in e-commerce from within the home or remotely.
IBM, STMicroelectronics and Shaspa Advance Smarter Home Initiative
Cloud computing enhances control of “Internet of Things” in the home to help manage heating, lighting, security and more via multiple user interfaces including gestures and voice recognition.
IBM, STMicroelectronics and Shaspa today announced a collaboration to tap cloud and mobile computing for manufacturers and service providers to provide innovative ways for consumers to manage and interact with their homes’ functions and entertainment systems using multiple user interfaces such as voice recognition and physical gestures for a smarter home.
08. – 12. January 2013
Veronese Suite 2405, The Venetian