Zipato announces ZipaTILE HAC
If you’re looking for a snazzy looking home automation controller (HAC), the quad-core ARM9 Android 5 based ZipTILE looks really interesting. Especially considering the compute power, HA ecosystem support (Z-Wave, Zigbee, Nest, etc.) and sensors. I’ve never played with Zipato’s kit, but the demo I saw last year was pretty impressive.
Zipatile is the breakthrough system in a form of a single device. It can be easily mounted on any wall, in any home. Featuring large number of built-in sensors and hardware modules, ZipaTile will replace numerous home devices such as security system, thermostat, automation controller, IP camera, alarm siren or intercom, and bring the all together in one, smart and beautiful device.
You can get more info about ZipaTile at: www.zipato.com/product/zipatile/
Elderly Care System
ARM Cortex-A9, Quad-core 1.6GHz CPU
Android 5 Lollipop
Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
Ethernet over USB
Z-Wave+ 500 series
Power input: 5VDC
Power supply input: 100-240VAC, 50/60Hz
Power usage: 2W Idle, 7W Max.
Backup battery: Li-Ion 3.7V 2000mAh
Touch sensitive 8” screen, 800×1280 px
6 programmable scene buttons
Dual dry output 230VAC, 1A
Dry input 12-24VDC
External temperature sensor, 1-Wire DS18B20,
2MP video camera
Muti-sound alarm siren
8.05 W x 8.05 H x 0.35 D inches
205 W x 205 H x 5 D millimeters
You can get more info about ZipaTile at: www.zipato.com/zipatile