MyLiveGuard connected home service added to NetRange PortalFriday, February 5th, 2016
Connected Home Service MyLiveGuard Launches With NetRange Partnership
- Home automation and security application to be integrated into millions of Smart TV’s, Set Top Boxes and Tablets for 2016, making them IoT ready
HAMBURG, Germany — MyLiveGuard, the innovative white-label Home Automation and Security Service, is proud to announce its launching into the smart home market with NetRange, one of the world’s leading suppliers of Smart TV Ecosystems.
With global coverage in over 100 countries, NetRange is a global leader in white label ‘Smart TV’ solutions. MyLiveGuard will be integrated into millions of Smart TV’s and Set Top Boxes operated by the company via the NetRange Portal. This comes after the duo announced a Connected Car solution at the beginning of January.
MyLiveGuard’s connected home platform converts a TV or Set Top box into a Smart Hub. Users can monitor and manage their home from both their TV and their mobile phone, and the service is compatible with Google’s Nest service. MyLiveGuard are committed to bringing a one-app solution to the Smart Home market, connecting lights, heating and a range of other devices to provide the ultimate form of modern living. The service also offers built-in home security functions as well, affording users peace of mind and the ability to deal with alerts remotely through an innovative set-up of cameras and sensors, all sending live data to your mobile device.
“We are very excited about the partnership with NetRange” said Miles Woodhouse, CEO of MyLiveGuard. “The ability to offer our innovative connected home service on the NetRange Portal provides a new and unique service offering to NetRange’s tens of millions of customers”
Jan Wendt, CEO of NetRange said “Here at NetRange, we provide world-class services for our millions of Smart TV customers and are always pushing technical boundaries. Working with MyLiveGuard puts us at the front of the Smart Home revolution and offers a whole new use case for Set Top Boxes and TV’s”