AT&T Digital Life home automation platform detailed, trials begin this summer

AT&T Digital Life home automation platform detailed, trials begin this summer
Today, AT&T released further details about its Digital Life home automation and security platform. Real-life testing of the service is scheduled to begin this summer, with trials planned to take place in Dallas and Atlanta, prior to the platform's nationwide launch. If everything goes smoothly, AT&T Digital Life should be made available to consumers later this year, regardless of their wireless carrier of choice.

The AT&T Digital Life platform was announced back in February of 2012. For those who have not heard about it before, here is how it works in a nutshell: a variety of sensors are being installed in the user's home or office, including cameras, door locks, smoke detectors, thermostats, and many more. All of them are connected to a central hub, which the user has access to via the web-based user interface. In other words, the user can monitor what is going on in their home straight from their mobile device, no matter where in the world he or she is located, as long as an internet connection is available.

Excited about the AT&T Digital Life platform? Then check out the UI screenshots that we have included, and for even more details, a full press release awaits below.

source: AT&T


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