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2015 International CES: Nest Introduces More Than 15 New 'Works with Nest' Integrations
By Nest 2015-01-06
At 2015 International CES, Nest has announced over 15 new 'Works with Nest' integrations.
'Works with Nest' makes it possible for your Nest devices to securely interact with the things you already use every day, both inside and outside of your home. While the program has existed for just six months, and is officially available in the seven countries where Nest products are sold, one in 10 Nest customers in 90 countries are accessing Works with Nest connections.
Available at CES:
August: August Smart Lock can set your Nest Thermostat to Home when you unlock your door and immediately start warming or cooling the house. Lock your door on the way out and it will set your Nest Thermostat to Away to help you save energy.
Automatic: Driving home? Your Automatic car adapter will tell your Nest Thermostat to start getting your home comfortable before you arrive.
Insteon: With Insteon, you can control your entire home - lights, appliances, cameras, sensors and Nest - all from a single app.
LG: Your LG applications can work with Nest to help out when your are not home. Once your Nest Thermostat notices you are away, your fridge can go into an energy saving mode.
Lutron: Control your lights, shades and thermostat all in one place. The Lutron Gaseta Wireless App lets you adjust the temperature and set your Nest to Home or Away from anywhere.
* If your Nest Protect notices smoke or CO, you Ooma Telo can call and ask if you want to contact your local emergency services.
* Ooma Telo works with your Nest Thermostat to learn when you come and go. So if something unexpected happens, like your kid doesn't come home from school on time, it can send an alert to your phone.
* Ooma Telo can forward calls when your Nest Thermostat notices you are away and restore your calls when you return.
Philips Hue: When Nest Protect senses something's wrong, your Hue lights can flash on and off to get your attention.
UniKey: Kevo Smart Lock tells your Nest Thermostat who's home and what temperature they like.
Withings: Go to sleep and your Withings Aura Sleep System will set your Nest Thermostat to a comfortable zone.
Big Ass Fans: When Nest senses it's getting cold in the house, it can tell your fan to go into Winter Mode and redirect hot air download to help give your heater a break. (Available in February.)
Beep: Nest Protect works with your Beep Dial to turn down the music when something's wrong. So you can hear what the problem is no matter how loud the music's playing. (Available in February.)
Chargepoint: If you are signed up for Nest Rush Hour Rewards, your thermostat can let your ChargePoint Home EV charging station know when energy is in high demand and electricity is most expensive (Available in June.)
OSRAM/Lightify: Forgot to turn the lights off on your way out the door? As soon as your Nest thermostat goes into Away Mode, your lightify lights will automatically turn themselves off (Available in March.)
Stack: Stack bulbs work with your Nest Thermostat to get the temperature just right as you move from room to room (Available in February.)
Whirlpool: Your Nest Thermostat can let your washer and dryer know when you are home and they will automatically run on a quieter mode (Available in April.)
Zuli: If you have a few Zuli Smartplugs around the house, they can help your Nest Thermostat know which room you are in and what temperature you want it to be. (Available in April.)