DALLAS & FORT WORTH, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mouser Electronics, Inc. is partnering with celebrity engineer Grant Imahara to kick off a new series of Innovation Spotlight interviews as part of the exciting new Home and Factory Automation Series and Empowering Innovation Together™ program.
The first interview in the series features Grant discussing the future of home automation and the Internet of Things (IoT) with Insteon®, one of the worldwide leaders in connected home and control technology. Filmed on location at Insteon’s engineering lab, the apartment of the future, engineer and Insteon CEO Joe Dada discusses how Insteon’s patented, ground-breaking network operates, and how this topology has made them one of the best-selling and most affordable complete connected home solution providers in the world.
The Innovation Spotlight interview with Insteon, now available on the Mouser Electronics website, offers viewers an inside peek into the connected home of the future. Learn about the company’s dual-band mesh networking topology, in which users can simply press and hold a set button to pair devices just like Bluetooth — no central controller, routers or networking are required. Discover what the future holds for home automation direct from Joe Dada, one of the leading pioneers in the industry.
“Insteon has been leading the way in transforming the connected home from a buzzword into reality with their enormous line of wire-in, plug-in and battery-powered smart modules,” said Grant Imahara. “Their family of products can easily turn any home into a connected home — instantly!”
Engineers can learn about the newest technologies connecting the human experience with devices to make everyday life more efficient and productive. See how Insteon users can set up lighting scenes, schedule lights to automatically turn on and off, and monitor their homes via wireless cameras from any mobile device with minimal effort and setup.
The Empowering Innovation Together Home and Factory Automation Series is sponsored by Platinum Program Partner Analog Devices and Diamond sponsors Altera, Murata, and TE Connectivity. This new series is the third installment and follow-up to the popular Robotics and Space series programs launched earlier this year from Mouser Electronics and Grant Imahara. To learn more about Grant Imahara, the Empowering Innovation Together program and the Mouser partnership, visit www.mouser.com/empowering-innovation.
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