Along with the product portfolio’s home security features, customers can see how the services will enable them to adjust the temperature, raise and lower a window shade, and control their home using AT&T wireless devices.
The IP-based Digital Life solution will include professionally installed and monitored window and door sensors, CCTV cameras, smoke alarms, carbon monoxide (CO) detectors, motion and glass-break sensors, thermostats, water shut-off valves, door locks, plus the ability to remotely turn off appliances. Yes – professionally installed – by AT&T.
AT&T previously announced Digital Life would eventually be marketed nationally at its more than 2,000 retail stores where consumers will be able to test and experience the system’s user interface as well as the various service offerings. The services will also be available for purchase on the company’s Web site.
“Customers will not only be able to interact with and purchase our products, but they will also experience the forefront of evolving wireless technology and see how AT&T is leading it,” says Paul Roth, president of AT&T retail sales and service.