New PartnersAt CES 2013, Lowe’s will showcase new Iris partnerships including Verizon, Honeywell, Whirlpool, Jarden Safety, Orbit Irrigation Products, Pet Safe, Plastair, Spring Window Fashions, Sylvania, Yale, and Pella. Lowe’s existing partners Schlage, First Alert, GE Jasco and Radio Thermostat of America, will be on display as well. Key Technology Demonstrations at CES 2013 New connected home products and services compatible with Lowe’s Iris system will be displayed in the San Polo Room 3403 of The Venetian during the 2013 International CES, which runs Jan. 8-11, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Throughout this year’s CES, Lowe’s will present a series of solution environments that highlight Iris’ newly extended breadth of capabilities that today’s consumers demand. Below please find a schedule of events and demonstrations: Location: Lowe’s Iris Connected Home Pavilion is located at The Venetian, Las Vegas, NV – San Polo Room 3403 Schedule: Open daily with demonstrations at 10 a.m. on Jan. 8 and at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Jan. 9 - 11.
- Tuesday, Jan. 8 – Iris for Safety: The next generation of Iris products and services combines advanced safety features with the latest technology to provide homeowners with peace of mind. Demonstrations on Tuesday will showcase how Iris can help improve care for seniors and loved ones, alert homeowners to smoke and carbon monoxide in the home even if they are away, and help control door locks from a phone or tablet - eradicating that age old concern: “Did I forget to lock the front door?”
- Wednesday, Jan. 9 – Iris for Efficiency: Iris’ new expanded features include a broad array of monitoring tools that can help reduce costs by controlling energy and water consumption. Demonstrations on Wednesday will feature a number of programmable smartphone-controlled devices including connected thermostats and water heaters, sprinkler systems, window blinds, and even network connected light bulbs.
- Thursday, Jan. 10 – Iris for Convenience: Innovative new Iris products make daily life more convenient for homeowners. Demonstrations on Thursday include a pet door that tracks the comings and goings of up to five different pets, a moisture sensor that reminds homeowners to water their plants, and a new Verizon USB Modem that keeps everything online even without an internet connection.