From The Official Contiki OS Blog:
Held in January every year in Las Vegas and with some 160000 attendees, the Consumer Electronics Show, CES, is by far the largest event in the consumer electronics industry. Products are launched, announcements are made, and the press goes wild.
At CES 2014, a number of products and systems based on Contiki were shown:
WigWag is a system for building intelligent environments that had a successful Kickstarter funding campaign in 2013.
Thingsquare was there to show the Contiki-based Thingsquare cloud IoT system. Check out this video where Texas Instruments demonstrates the Thingsquare system.
The LIFX WiFi bulbs were also represented.
tado° is an app that lets you set the comfort of your home directly from your smartphone. Read more about tado° at CES 2014 here.
Internet of Things software startup Thingsquare unveiled two customer success stories from innovative companies: the tado° smart thermostat and the LIFX WiFi bulb. Both tado° and LIFX exemplify the emerging Internet of Things landscape, where smartphones are used to interact with physical things.
“By choosing Thingsquare, we were able to develop our product in a surprisingly short amount of time,” said Johannes Schwarz, tado° CTO and co-founder.
“Thingsquare’s technology provides the network stability needed for long-time deployments,” said LIFX co-founder and project lead Daniel May. “The low power consumption of the Thingsquare mesh is key to long-term energy savings for the user.”
The customer case reports can be downloaded from the Thingsquare website.