Introduced last month at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Atmos Home’s AtmosControl is smart home hub designed to eliminate the frustration associated with managing multiple apps in a smart home.
The wall-mounted console connects to thermostats, cameras, doorbells, speakers, TVs, ceiling fans, door locks, window treatments, and appliances, via the top five connection standards – Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Z-Wave, and infrared. The hub integrates with Nest, Hue, Ring, WeMo, Sonos, Yale, Leviton, SmartThings, and 1,000-plus more devices.
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AtmosControl offers gesture controls, as well as voice, touch, and a smartphone app. Gesture controls, like a hand wave, are especially convenient in noisy rooms, while holding a sleeping baby, or during a loud party when voice commands aren’t an option.
“Smart home users want systems that are easy to connect and simple to use,” says Mark Lyle, CEO and co-founder of Atmos Home. “No more searching for an app on your phone just to adjust a light. You can access everything in one place.”
AtmosControl, which features an HD screen and quad-core processor, is now available for pre-order for $299, in an Onyx Black or Steel Grey case at www.atmoshome.com.
Atmos Home plans to begin shipping pre-orders in Q2 of 2019, with a larger online and retail rollout to follow.