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Apple Emerges As A Promising Internet Of Things Platform At CES 2015

The whole “Internet of Things” theme reached a fever pitch at this year’s CES in Las Vegas. Many of the big tech players are trying to become the platform for how to connect together the growing list of devices with wireless technology inside of them–everything from your car to your thermostat.

CES 2015: 10 Exciting Chicago Companies Exhibiting at CES

With over 3,500 exhibitors and 150,000 attendees, CES - the Consumer Electronics Show - is the world's premier gathering for manufacturers, developers and suppliers of consumer technology. Every year, game-changing innovations are announced at this conference - including the VCR in '70, the camcorder in '81, HDTV in '98, the XBox in '01, and more - and this year's event, happening next week (1/6 - 1/9) in Las Vegas, will be no exception.

How Naperville-based Grid Connect fits into the Internet of Things

In a nondescript Naperville office park, Adam Justice is working to bring the Internet of Things to the masses. He’s vice president of Grid Connect, a company his father Mike founded in 2003 that makes, distributes and sells commercial networking products. In 2013, Grid Connect launched ConnectSense, its first line of wireless sensors for home use to remotely monitor things, from your lights to your water pipes. As the company prepares to launch a ConnectSense smart electrical outlet, Adam Justice shares his vision for a connected future.

Grid Connect Launches ConnectSense Line of Wireless Sensors for Home and Business

Grid Connect (gridconnect.com), a manufacturer and distributor of embedded networking products, entered the rapidly-growing Internet of Things (IoT) industry with the launch of ConnectSense (connectsense.com), a line of wireless sensors to automate home and business. ConnectSense sensors will be showcased at Sensors Expo, Booth 517, June 24-26, in Rosemont, Ill.

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