The Legrand Group will take part in the Las Vegas International CES - Consumer Electronics Show (from 06 to 09 January 2017), the most important fair in the Consumption Electronics area. Within the ELIOT programme, the group will present new connected objects integrated in its domestic series at the CES.

The CES visitors will be able to see and test many smart controls in the versions of the most commonly found domestic lines in the world. Smart devices, to manage lighting and automation of blinds and scenarios, which can be activated traditionally in the room, for example by pressing a key or turning a knob, or directly remotely via smartphone and table, via simple Applications.

The public will find the smart Legrand objects in the stand of the “Smart Home” area dedicated to the ZigBee® Alliance, in the pavilion dedicated to IoT/Home Automation, the world Association of companies which develop and produce wireless solutions for the smart home.

The CES will represent the international window, where one can discover both the new Legrand connected solution and the new Legrand smart devices which, already adopting the ultra-new ZigBee® 3.0 unified standard, can talk in the home to similar objects, such as lamps and electrical appliances, from other manufacturers, in fact giving complete interoperability. Legrand is also a member of the AllSeen Alliance, the open-source consortium which aims to promote the adoption at world level of products, systems and services for the Internet of EveryThing based on a common technology.