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Embedded Automation Release mControl v3


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Over the years we have covered a lot of home automation products from Embedded Automation, and now they have just released mControl v3.


mControl v3 is the next generation of Embedded Automation’s award-winning Digital Home Software platform. In addition to providing all of the features and functionality of mControl v2, mControl v3’s platform provides many new advancements:

  • Built-in support for Embedded Automation’s mBee line of ZigBee wireless technologies
  • mControl Editor – universal browser-based configuration and administration interface
  • Advanced surveillance with N-up camera display – allowing real-time streaming of standard
    and hi-definition IP cameras (using popular streaming standards)
  • Native iPad/iPhone App – free download from the Apple App Store
  • mRemote (with Module Maker) – integrated remote control interface with device editor allows
    integration of virtually any serial, IP or infrared (IR) device
  • Enhanced mobile user interface – optimized for smart phone browsers
  • Data Logging infrastructure – captures history of status and events for analysis and when used
    with Embedded Automation’s mChronicle utility, allows data to be sent to cloud databases for
    advanced analytics and charting
  • Enhanced database allows for device and macro reuse, and nested zones
  • RESTful API provides a simplified method for building apps around the mControl engine
  • Many other core and driver enhancements … more to come

For home owners, mControl v3 provides unrivaled value for home monitoring and control – without expensive and awkward plans. mControl v3 also provides our partners a scalable platform for advanced solutions. From making your personal home a better place or deploying an energy management solution to a range of homes, mControl v3 is the foundation for the Digital Home.

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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