After announcing it would spin off from Honeywell Homes a year ago and becoming a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange on Oct. 30, Resideo Technologies Inc. will be in the spotlight again at the CONNECT event Nov. 15-18 in Marco Island, Fla. Co-hosted by both Honeywell and Resideo, CONNECT 2018 will be covering both homes and buildings topics, and showcasing residential and commercial security technology.
Honeywell, Louisville, Ky., announced that its newest generation of Vindicator® Command, Control and Display Equipment (CCDE) has been certified to protect critical assets at U.S. Air Force bases worldwide.
The Apple Watch, (a wearable device that does many things besides tell the time) from the folks who brought us the iPad, iPhone, and other “can’t-live-without” technology, has launched. The watch has a broad price point starting at $349 and going upwards of $12,000.
Honeywell, Booth 14025 – Honeywell introduces its High Quality Analog (HQA) to its Performance Series lineup, a video surveillance solution that provides high-resolution images on analog infrastructures, reducing the time and costs typically associated with installing new IP or hybrid HD systems.
At an invitation-only event held on the eve of ISC West, Honeywell introduced its Lyric Loyalty Program, a dealer program for the Lyric line of connected home products the company introduced earlier this year.
As smart home technology plays a larger role in real estate, Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC, Madison, N.J., released a survey uncovering what smart features home buyers are looking for when purchasing a home and how those features impact a home's sale.
Honeywell, Melville, announced its Silent Knight® fire systems business will host the Cracking the New Code of Low Frequency and CO seminar series in February to April in major cities across the United States.