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Logistics IoT: a Climate-Saving Accident?

Logistics IoT for Climate saving

What Happens When You “Checkout” Buying something online is one of the simplest things you can do. You don’t need to even get dressed or brush your teeth–you simply go online, click “Checkout,” and that’s it. Brand new Superman pajamas. They arrive at your door a few days later. Behind the scenes, it’s the opposite […]

How can IoT help to save nature?

Saving Endangered Species The Dugong (or sea cow) is a real-life version of a kid’s drawing. It’s big, chunky and uneven, with little black dots for eyes and a resting smile that truly makes it look straight out of a kindergarten drawing. It’s an entirely harmless mammal, subsisting on an exclusively vegetarian diet. In fact, […]

Mixtile Relay Switch works with Amazon Echo now!

Mixtile Relay Switch with Amazon Echo/Alexa

“Alexa, turn on all the lights” Good news! Mixtile Relay Switch (MRS) can now be directly connected to Amazon Echo devices that has built-in Zigbee connectivity (check Compatibility for more details). If you have a compatible Echo device, you can connect MRS to it without needing a separate smart hub. What can you do With this […]

How can home automation help with sustainability?

Home automation technology for sustainability

At first, home automation technologies don’t appear to be green. If anything, IoT smart home tech would be a negative development in the fight against climate change. After all, we’re talking about more electronics doing things that previously didn’t require power (smart window blinds, anyone?). But this is all wrong. Allow me to explain. The […]

Impact of Covid-19 on IOT

IoT During CoV

The Market for IoT During CoV When the novel Coronavirus broke out in March of this year, business and industry across the board tanked. As one would expect, sales of internet of things technologies fell with the rest of the market. Since March sales have recovered, but not to the highs of previous years. Consider […]

Buyer’s Guide to Smart Light Switches Vs Smart Light Bulbs

Smart Light Switches Vs Smart Light Bulbs

It’s the year 2020, and everyone is going smart; the use of smart appliances and devices in the home is the new norm. One of the ways to turn your home into a smart home is with the help of smart home lighting. Smart light bulbs prevent you from fumbling with your traditional switch in […]

Introduction of Mixtile Relay Switch: A new Product in Mixtile Range

Introduction Mixtile Relay Switch is a two-part product designed for smarter and safer lighting control. Our patent-pending two-parts design offers uncompromising performance and eliminates many of the safety issues that come with smart switches and relays in the market. Our unique design We split the Mixtile Relay Switch into two parts: relay and switch. Mixtile […]

3 Steps to Secure Your Smart Home Devices

Mixtile Hub Privacy assured smart home controller

Privacy has got even more important in 2020, as because of lockdowns and restrictions we spend more time online than ever before. Our devices are helping us with anything in our daily lives which also means they now know everything about our work, study, friends, training, health, entertainment, communication, shopping, etc. Therefore, it becomes extremely […]

3 Smart Home products that keep the elderly safer

Smart home and the Elderly

For now, smart home technology is more likely to be used by younger people. However, it could have a very meaningful use for our aging parents and grandparents. There are basically no limits on how to use this technology. It comes to our creativity to set up and combine different devices to make lives more […]

How smart home tech can help you avoid viruses?

Smart Home help you avoid virus and bacteria

Hand sanitizers and masks sold out, people asked to stay indoors and avoid social interactions – will this be enough to keep us safe from the virus? Most of us still need to go out for one or another reason, such as grocery shopping. Sure, we can wash hands and items bought from shops, but […]