Professional-Level Monitoring Features Now Available to Consumers for only $2.99 a Month; Works with Any Connected Device Regardless of Brand or Manufacturer
Domotz will unveil its brand new Home Monitoring and Tech Support System at CES in Las Vegas on January 6, 2016. From personal computers to sensors, Domotz lets users monitor and troubleshoot all connected devices in a home via a mobile app. The system is currently in public beta and will be available for only $2.99 a month at the end of January 2016.
“The average consumer is accumulating a slew of connected devices at home: phones, laptops, gaming consoles, smart light bulbs and thermostats. It’s too much technology to keep track of,” said Domenico Crapanzano, CEO and Co-Founder of Domotz. “Professional monitoring systems exist, but are overly complex and far too expensive for the average homeowner. This is where Domotz comes in. We’re bringing consumers a monitoring and support system that is user-friendly, affordable and accessible, from the convenience of a smartphone.”
From tablets and smart TV’s to home automation gateways, Domotz complements all smart home technology by providing extensive device and home information and empowering its users to take action as soon as something goes wrong. Through a host of functions, Domotz users enjoy a home that they can connect to and interact with anytime, from anywhere. From today, Domotz can be installed for free on existing Raspberry Pi or NAS hardware at https://portal.domotz.com/#/signup. The Domotz Android and iPhone apps are available for download on the App store and Google play.