It was a busy week in the Machine to Machine Solutions sector. Here are some of the top stories.
Green Hills Software, believed to be the largest independent software vendor for the Internet of Things (IoT), launched a new services group, IoT Security Advisors, comprised of security experts from all of Green Hills Software's business units. It will provide security services for organizations that must manage the daunting privacy and security challenges associated with the IoT.
In another report, the HGTV Smart Home 2014 was awarded the TechHome Gold Rating by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). The home is configured to meet current and future technology standards. HGTV provides television programming related to various aspects of home improvement.
Another report stated that MobileStar USA, a provider of remote monitoring and control solutions, has selected a subscription commerce management offering from Accumulus Corporation. Accumulus’ next-generation, cloud-based solutions are designed to automate and manage the complete subscription commerce lifecycle for subscription-based online businesses. It automates subscription billing, payment processing, customer management, reporting, provisioning, pricing, reseller tracking, promotions and discounts.
Also, American Industrial Systems (AIS) has unveiled its new line of rugged, vehicle-mounted, operator control panels. They are well-suited for fleet management, smart warehousing, logistics, transportation and other harsh and demanding environments. The company makes in-vehicle embedded computing solutions, HMIs and operator interfaces.
And Savant Systems, a provider of smart home technology, will extend home automation features to new home buyers in the Landmark community. Lennar Corporation is constructing an 1,800-unit community in Doral, Fla., for Landmark in three phases. Within the Landmark units, Savant’s smart series technology will be controlling everything in the residence.