Described as a "state-of-the-art software that immediately makes any existing STB into an interoperable, smart home gateway," the company seems to intend to take advantage of the potential synergy with their SURE Universal Remote app, which is already used by "more than 20 million consumers" on Android and iOS devices.
What’s the point of owning a smartphone if you don’t use it to it’s full potential? I know a lot of people who buy the latest models and then use them only for Instagram or Facebook. What’s the point? After all, it has the word “smart” in it’s name for a reason.
SURE Universal reaches performance benchmark for connecting IoT products. SURE Universal, a provider of smart home and internet of things software, is the first client to be software certified by the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF).
An aspiring standards organization for the Internet of Thins has just minted its first certification: SURE Universal, a provider of smart home and IoT software, is now Open Connectivity Foundation-certified.
SURE Universal Ltd. has announced its Software-Defined IoT (SD-IoTTM) platform, a software solution for digital media, smart homes and the Internet of Things. The company also offers an Android-based Set-Top Box (STB), which includes both smart TV and IoT gateway functionality
SURE Universal Ltd. introduces the Software-Defined IoT (SD-IoTTM) platform as the next-generation software solution for digital media, Smart Home, and IoT.
You can turn your Android phone into a remote control that can be used to function just about anything at your home with SURE Universal Remote. You can make use of the IR blaster on your system or WiFi to control things. And you can also use this remote app with Smart TVs to stream your photos and videos directly from your device to the TV.
SURE Universal has demonstrated their Software-Defined IoT Platform (SD-IoT) on an Android based Set-Top Box for both a Smart TV and IoT gateway at MWC Shanghai.
Sure Universal, which markets a smartphone-based universal remote app, has added Amazon’s Alexa voice control to its capabilities
Amazon Alexa integration makes the SURE Universal Software Remote a complete solution for total control of your homeAmazon Alexa integration makes the SURE Universal Software Remote a complete solution for total control of your home
SURE Universal, creators of next-generation control solutions for home electronics and appliances, introduces Amazon Alexa integration to the SURE Universal Software Remote. SURE Universal will demonstrate the new app at Mobile World Congress Shanghai June 28 – July 1, 2017 in booth W5.B70
SURE Universal, the market leader in next-generation interface solutions for home electronics and appliances, has a message for the IoT companies that want to capitalize on it. Data services and ad-supported business models work beautifully today, and will be even more profitable tomorrow.
SURE Universal delivers first Open Connectivity Foundation Certified mobile universal remote to enable simpler control of smart home appliances and electronics
SURE Universal has announced an extension of its IoT remote control solution. The new SURE Universal Platform incorporates a smart device server that can speak to all electronics inside the home, regardless of which enabling technology they use, and also incorporates cloud based data analytics. Together with the SURE Universal remote application, the SURE Universal Platform comprises a complete software solution for smart appliance manufacturers and vendors.
The Tizen Developer Conference (TDC) 2017 is officially underway at San Francisco’s Hilton Union Square Hotel, where developers and device manufacturers from around the world have gathered to explore the many ways that the Tizen ecosystem is fostering exciting IoT innovations.
According to Gartner’s 2016 Hype Cycle, the Internet of Things (IoT) is considered one of the largest groups of technologies that is shifting digital businesses into a “new era”. We’ve rounded up four innovative and forward-thinking IoT solution providers that can help you go further in the era of the Internet of Things.
It’s been predicted that nearly US$6 trillion will be spent on IoT over the next 5 years, and the market is growing at a sensational rate. From smart TVs and smart thermostats to home lighting and refrigerators, nearly every appliance manufacturer is going “smart” with their home products. Yet, these “smart” home products are often not as smart as we think.
Компания Tekoia выпустила обновленную версию приложения для управления техникой Sure Universal Remote. С апдейтом программа получила сертификацию от организации Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF), став первым приложением-клиентом с поддержкой стандартов OFC.
Tekoia CEO Viktor Ariel gives speech at CES 2017 on Open Connectivity Foundation. The consortium is making progress in developing common standards for connecting IoT devices, while other market players propose their own interoperable solutions
ZigBee lends smart-home application layer to Thread Group, branding it dotdot and demoing about 10 IoT products at CES 2017, all run through Resolution Products’ Helix security and home automation hub.
Say you’re on the road and bring a DVD player to play Game Of Thrones On Your Hotel TV and you forget the DVD player remote. On Android there’s a free app you can download to your cell phone “SURE Universal Remote” Which acts as a remote for a ton of different brand’s devices.
Your TV forms a major part of your appliance list and if you happen to lose its remote control, you can control it easily through your phone. However, you will need an IR Blaster aka TV Remote app that lets you do so. So, coming up is a list of the best IR Blaster apps that let you control your TV or any other appliance, smartly from your phone.
When you’ve got a new smartphone, what do you do with your old mobile phones? You could exchange it or sell it to get a few bucks. But you might be getting the bad end of that deal. Repurposing your phone is a much better idea.
Almost everyone is familiar with losing a remote, and while some TV and A/V receiver manufacturers are beginning to offer their own remote apps, not all of them do. That’s where apps like Tekoia’s SURE Universal Remote app come in.
The Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF), a leading Internet of Things (IoT) standards body, announced the addition of 31 new member organizations including Bose Corporation, Comcast, Fujitsu Limited, Somfy and Tata Consultancy, growing membership to nearly 200 companies dedicated to creating a common IoT standard. In addition, OCF announced updated functionality to its specification.
Tekoia’s SURE Universal won the overall Grand Award at Asia Smartphone Apps Contest 2016 in Hong Kong. This includes the Gold Award, the Grand Award in the Advertising and Marketing category and also received the Grand Award for the Best Overall App.
Industry elites and experts from smartphone apps industries across Asia gathered together at Cyberport in Hong Kong on Thursday 16 June for the Asia Smartphone Apps Summit cum Award Presentation Ceremony, which is organised by the Hong Kong Wireless Technology Industry Association and sponsored by Create Hong Kong of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), to share the glory of the winners of the 4th Asia Smartphone App Contest.
Israeli mobile app developers, Castle Builders, Tekoia, and E.Soof have been picked to take part in the finals of the Asia Smartphone Apps competition to be held in June.
Internet of things (IoT) startups are playing a major role in transitioning us into a more interconnected and advanced digital ecosystem. Specifically in Asia, high urbanization rates, a rise in demand for new technologies and devices, as well as a booming manufacturing sector, have all contributed in positioning IoT for success in the region….With infrared (IR) and WiFi Tekoia’s SURE Universal solution operates appliances from within the home and outside. Tekoia’s solution can operate a variety of IR appliances such as TVs, cable boxes, air-conditioners and iRobot as well as WiFi appliances such as TVs, media streamers and Philips Hue lights.
IoT settles in at home: There is nothing more exciting than having everything in your home connected. It was once a thing of sci-fi films, but now the Internet of Things is making it a reality. This industry is set to multiply in the next 12 months, and soon you’ll be seeing your kitchen communicate with your bathroom. Tekoia released a smartphone-based software that turns your phone into a home universal remote system. With a click of a button you can be connected to almost everything in your house, even when you’re not there.
Just in case you need another alternative to explore, you can try SURE Universal Remote. The app works with both, IR and Wireless devices. One thing I liked about the app is the ease with which you can switch between the remotes. You get tabs of the devices in the sidebar and then you can easily switch between them.
Internet of Things (IoT) — perhaps the hottest abbreviation out there currently — is bringing new solutions to streamline many age-old and stagnant processes we are accustomed to. McKinsey Global Institute claims that IoT can create an economic impact of $2.7 trillion to $6.2 trillion annually by 2025…. Another company in this space is Tekoia which has developed SURE Universal Remote platform that connects users, appliances and appliance vendors.
Tekoia Ltd’s SURE Universal Remote app is more of a combination of IR and WiFi to create something that could be considered a hybrid, I guess, but one that gives you the best of both worlds. It’s an app that will handle a range of different devices, from your IR controlled devices such as old TVs and set top boxes but will also be capable of tackling wi fi controlled things such as smart home devices and more.
A “Internet das Coisas” se refere a uma revolução tecnológica que tem como objetivo conectar os itens usados do dia a dia à rede mundial de computadores. Cada vez mais surgem eletrodomésticos, meios de transporte e até mesmo tênis, roupas e maçanetas conectadas à Internet e a outros dispositivos, como computadores e smartphones.
If you still have a phone with an integrated IR port — like a Galaxy S6 or HTC One M9 — you’ll want to give this app a try. SURE Universal Remote lets you program your phone to work as an IR remote for pretty much anything — TVs, cable boxes, media players, and even some AC units. It’ll even work to control some Wifi-connected boxes as well.
There’s no better way to get rid of remote control clutter than to get a universal remote app on your phone. We take a look at four top Android remote apps and reveal our best all-rounder.
Tel Aviv-based Tekoia claims to have developed the first universal smart remote for digital media, home automation, and internet of things (IOT). Their SURE Android App utilizes WiFi and infrared to manage TVs, airconditioners, and media devices straight from your smartphone.
I admit to having a quirky personality. I love stocking up on fun gadgets and entertainment devices, but I hate keeping track of where I left each remote control. Further, my OCD nature means I’m prone to the occasional panic attack if any of them goes missing. Life would be so much simpler if I could stay true to my inner desire of existing as a lazy hermit without endless clutter piling up around me.
If you’re like me, you have a lot of digital devices at home, this means that again like me, you’ll have a lot of remote controls. As with a lot of things nowadays, there’s an app for that. Your smartphone can become your central hub for all your TV, speakers, cable boxes, etc. with SURE Universal Remote. Aside from that, it can also stream your pictures, videos, and music to your smart TV.
Apps are also powering the world of smart home tech. The Tekoia Sure Universal Remote is just one of them.To also read: The highest-flying young business and professional men in Wales today: Meet our 35 rising stars aged 35 and underAvailable free to download on Google Play, it allows you turn your smartphone into a remote for your connected home.With it, you can control appliances such as televisions, media streamers, hoovers, LED lights, sound systems and lots more.Viktor Arial, CEO of Tekoia, said: “How often do you find yourself wasting time looking for remotes around the home? Or when you have found it how often does it need new batteries?
Tekoia will be showcasing its popular Android app SURE Universal Remote at this year’s MWC Asia. Launched worldwide a year ago and with nearly 1 million downloads, SURE Universal Remote enables consumers to take control of their connected home.It is compatible with around a million Infrared (IR) devices including TVs, sound systems, and air conditioners. In addition, SURE Universal Remote allows streaming of audiovisual content from your phone to smart TVs.
The Chinese Stock market’s recent turmoil has led many to question the future for Chinese companies and investors. China has lots of available capital in need of a new home so where are the strong new investment opportunities facing the Chinese investor?Tekoia another example; the startup has a technology aimed at creating a user friendly mobile application to control your smart home. China is leading the world with IoT and smart home devices—Tekoia has attracted the major players in China and is set to lead the market. As cited in June’s Forbes profile on China, the big “ABT” players, Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent, are all competing on investments and acquisitions in services that add most value to consumers and businesses and with China leading the world in IoT – Tekoia is primed to leapfrog into the green ‘lifestyle management services’.
There are few things more frustrating than misplacing your remote control, which is why having the option to use your smartphone as a backup is a godsend.SURE Universal Remote for Android devices turns your handset into a remote control for all of your devices, from smart TVs to streaming boxes, and even robot vacuum cleaners, if you happen to own one of those.Television sets from all of the major manufacturers, including Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, Philips and many more, are supported.
Remotes are a pain. They slide down the back of the sofa, need replacement batteries, and if you lose it there’s no way of finding it again. So why not use your phone? SURE Universal remote will turn your phone into a remote control for all of your devices. That includes Smart TVs, streaming sticks, your regular TV (if your device has IR) and more.
If you have a lot of digital devices at home in your multi-media home theater system, this also means that you have a lot of remote controls on hand and it gets a little bit confusing. As with a lot of things now, there’s an app for that. Your smartphone can become your control hub for all your TV, speakers, cable boxes, etc. with SURE Universal Remote. Aside from that, it can also stream your pictures, videos, and music to your smart TV.
Isn’t it so annoying when you have to have multiple remotes for different purposes? It’s particularly annoying when you happen to misplace one down the back of the sofa. Well, thanks to a new app from the geniuses at Tekoia, it’s no longer a big deal. Now, you can use your smartphone to control your smart appliances.
You can turn your tablet or smartphone into a remote and control every smart device in your home, thanks to a new app available worldwide today.Tekoia, the provider of smart universal remote solutions for digital media, smart appliances and the Internet of Things, today announced it launched SURE globally.SURE is an Android-only app which enables users to control all smart house appliances such as TVs and sound systems
SURE Universal Remote is a new utility that looks to help users get a hold of the ever-increasing set of connected devices and appliances that are becoming more commonplace in the average home. In other words, it turns one’s compatible Android device into a smart remote control of sorts via IR and wi-fi functionality.
Even though the Internet of Things is on the rise, not all smart systems are compatible with others—but SmartMote is a universal remote control app for Android devices that is equipped to tackle them all. From home entertainment systems to smart appliances, Wi-Fi connections, security cameras and thermostats, SmartMote controls it all. The app from Tekoia boasts having the codes for more than 1,000 devices in its databases, which should mean that connectivity, compatibility and communication should not be an issue.
As entertainment systems, connected-home technology, and Internet of Things devices proliferate, one question remains to be answered: How are we to control all this hardware? Tekoia thinks it has the answer with SureMote: A universal remote-control app for the Android operating system. And it’s free
I don’t think I’ve used a remote control in a year. Perhaps several years. They’re cheap. They get lost easily and sometimes you end up with ten of them…
Want to throw away your pile of remotes, but don’t want to shell out for a pricy universal remote device? It’s getting easier to just use your smartphone to change the channel. SureMote, a free app that debuted an updated version this weekend, wants you to control every appliance in your house with your phone. It allows users to flip through channels on smart TVs, make sure a Roomba is cleaning the right corners, and control LED lights, no remotes required.
I don’t think I’ve used a remote control in a year. Perhaps several years. They’re cheap. They get lost easily and sometimes you end up with ten of them. But an Israeli company called Tekoia is trying to consolidate those devices through an app called SureMote that links to Wifi-connected home appliances.