Check out these booths for some of the latest products incorporating Apple HomeKit certification:
August (Venetian Palazzo Hospitality Suites 2): The smart lock maker is showcasing its recently announced HomeKit enabled August smart keypad and August doorbell cam. They will ship soon.
The company also is detailing its pilot August Access home delivery service, which automates service providers such as house cleaners, food deliverers, dog walkers and Airbnb clients to gain temporary keyless access to the home.
ConnectSense (70760): ConnectSense is exhibiting its twin-jack $79 smart outlet with 2.4- amp USB charging port. It’s one of the first HomeKit smart outlets with secure, end-to-end encryption. It went on sale last month.
Elgato (71131): Several HomeKit-compatible devices are being launched, including the $29 Eve Energy. It’s a wireless battery-powered power sensor and switch that controls, monitors and tracks energy usage of connected devices. The $49 Eve Light Switch replaces a standard rocker-style wall plate. They ship in the first quarter.
First Alert (71831): The smoke alert maker is previewing its baseball-sized HomeKit-compatible Onelink Wi-Fi Environment Monitor, due in the first quarter at $99. Carbon monoxide, temperature and humidity alerts are sent to iOS devices, and Siri allows users to vocally check status.
Insteon (70723): The company is demonstrating the previously announced integration of its system and devices with HomeKit, Amazon Echo and Logitech Harmony.
Schlage (71525): Highlighted in this lock company’s booth is the currently available Bluetooth-enabled and HomeKit-compatible Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt ($229).