The Z-Wave Pavilion will feature the latest smart home devices for the pro channel from member companies along with the now available global Z-Wave toolkit for Z-Wave projects
Amsterdam, NL – ISE 2018 – Stand 9-F170–– February 6-9, 2018 ––The Z-Wave Alliance, a global membership organization dedicated to advancing the popular Z-Wave wireless smart home protocol, will host the Z-Wave Pavilion at ISE 2018. The Alliance is also demoing their award-winning installation toolkit to make installation and testing of a Z-Wave smart home mesh network even easier for the pro installer community.
The Z-Wave Pavilion will feature smart home products & services for integrators such as new smart door locks for residential and MDU applications, smart entertainment control, advanced IoT sensors and more at ISE 2018. Featured members in the Pavilion include:
- ASSA ABLOY
- Hogar Controls
- Oblo Living
“The smart home market is on the move in the UK and Europe and so are our European-based members; we’ve got a host of new products and solutions being shown off at ISE specifically for the integrator community, said Mitchell Klein, Z-Wave Alliance Executive Director. “Our Certified Installer Toolkit is now available to integrators around the globe and we were excited to take home several Best of awards at CEDIA this year. It truly is an invaluable tool for the installation community.”
Z-Wave will also show off the award-winning Z-Wave Certified Installer Toolkit (CIT), available now for integrators around the world to assist in setting up and maintaining Z-Wave networks in their installation projects. The Z-Wave CIT is the only integrator diagnostics device to include global language support.
Integrators who purchase a toolkit at ISE 2018 will receive their first-year of Z-Wave Alliance membership for only one dollar. After purchase of a CIT, all software updates and upgrades will be available at no charge if the integrator remains a member in good standing. Additional toolkits will be available for purchase for all Alliance members. For more information on the CIT, visit the website.
For more information on the Z-Wave Alliance, please visit http://z-wavealliance.org. For updates from Z-Wave at ISE 2018, follow the Z-Wave Alliance on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and with the #ISE2018 hashtag.