Leaders and influencers from GE Lighting, Quirky, The Home Depot® and CNET joined together Friday for a panel discussion on the future of smart home technology and how the “Internet of Things” is changing the face of the home industry.
GE Lighting President & CEO Maryrose Sylvester and GE General Manager, North America Consumer Lighting John Strainic helped guide the discussion at GE Lighting’s Global Headquarters, Nela Park, in Cleveland, Ohio. Panelists included:
- Ben Kaufman, Quirky CEO
- Amanda Parrilli, The Home Depot Director of Strategic Business Development – Home Automation
- Ry Crist, CNET Associate Editor and Tech Writer
Hear from industry experts about how interoperability, simplicity, secure platforms and user experience will transform and drive consumer adoption of smart home products.
GE entered smart home lighting with its introduction of GE Link, a smart LED bulb that consumers can remotely control from anywhere in the world and sync with other connected devices. Enabled by the Wink app, GE Link is an easy way for consumers to light up their smart homes. GE Link smart LED is available at The Home Depot starting at under $15.