Get Inspired by SmartThings’ Partners & Sponsors at #SmartThingsSDC

Come see what some of the world’s most innovative companies are doing with SmartThings today.

Not only will #SmartThingsSDC come with all the sessions and workshops that developers need to start building SmartApps, it will also showcase a wide range of working devices already integrated with SmartThings’ open platform.

Here’s a look at all the companies showing off products and platforms in our Partner Pavilion on the 3rd floor of Moscone West:

Booths in the SmartThings Partner Pavilion:

ADT: The industry leader in security and home automation solutions will show off their Canopy API “sandbox”, enabling developers to add ADT alarm-response services into third-party devices. The company booth will also feature two SmartThings-powered devices coming to the market soon: Panic, an emergency alert which enables users to instantly summon help when abnormal activities are detected in their home, and Intrusion, which dispatches ADT security on behalf of users when danger is detected.

Bose SoundTouch®: Bose SoundTouch systems are the easiest, most versatile home wireless music systems available today for playing music throughout your home. Through integration with SmartThings, homeowners can now add music to scenes or have their favorite songs play when they walk into the room. At its booth, Bose will be demonstrating the capabilities of its SoundTouch API.

Fibaro: A leading sensor company in Europe, Fibaro is a key SmartThings partner in both the US and UK, and will be at our pavilion showing off its sensors, ranging from motion to door/window/moisture detection. A startup focused on behavioral learning, is developing an autonomous home control system based on user behavior drawn from smart devices, schedules, and daily pattern patterns. The company will be demoing its system (featuring SmartThings API integration) at their booth.

Honeywell: Demonstrating use cases of comfort, convenience, and energy management. Honeywell’s SmartThings-integrated thermostats (Lyric, FocusPRO 6000, VisionPRO 8000, and Wifi 9000) will be on display in the company’s booth.

NetGear Arlo: Netgear’s booth will feature Arlo, one of the top home monitoring cameras on the market today, and live demos of an app coming soon that enables the Smart Home Monitor to trigger clip recording by any SmartThings sensor — then view those clips in the Smart Home Monitor.

LifX: A startup that manufactures smart wifi-enabled light bulbs, LifX staff will be on-hand in our pavilion to demonstrate how easy it was to integrate their bulbs with SmartThings, and discuss interesting use cases now made possible on the platform, including security and entertainment.

Philips: A leader in LED technology and smart lighting, Philips will demonstrate how Hue, its SmartThings-integrated wireless lighting system, allows developers to create multiple use cases including lighting automation, scene setting, and interactions with door locks, smoke detectors, and motion sensors.

Yale: The world’s leading door lock company and a Home Access Partner to SmartThings, Yale is actively interested in engaging with developers interested in building new use cases around its lock triggers.


Our Partner pavilion also includes a Feature Wall where developers can check out these impressive SmartThings-enabled products:

    • Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, Tap: Amazon’s devices give consumers voice control of their SmartThings-connected products.
    • First Alert: A wifi-connected smoke and carbon detection alarm which gives owners peace of mind through a phone app.
    • Leviton: Smart lighting switches and outlets giving consumers one-touch control over their lights and appliances.
    • Ring: Enables owners to answer their doors from a smartphone or tablet (coming soon).
    • Samsung SmartCam: Simple and compact, with improved night vision and a wide viewing angle, SmartCam gives owners a live view of their home, and the ability to video record important moments from anywhere.
    • Skybell: A video-enabled doorbell capable of recording a 60 second video viewable in the SkyBell app, and triggers for detecting motion and doorbell use (coming soon).
    • Scout Alarms: Enables homeowners to monitor their property through an on-demand service.

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