Google is webhosting a digital sensible house developer match on July eighth in lieu of its cancelled Google I/O convention, the corporate has announced, promising to hide “new and upcoming options for sensible house builders and customers.” The web Works with “Hey Google” Smart Home Summit, as the development is catchily titled, features a 45 minute keynote, a sequence of developer classes and a panel that includes Google and different corporations within the sensible house business.
The keynote, which might be offered by way of Google’s Product Control director of the Sensible House Ecosystem Michele Turner, will cross over Google’s new sensible house API options together with their advantages for builders and customers. Even if it’s developer-focused, earlier Google I/O keynotes have presented new sensible house services and products. Google says it’ll use the summit to “proportion our fresh sensible house product projects.”
The development features a 45 minute keynote
Google’s sensible house department has been busy since 2019’s Nest rebrand. Last year the company released the Nest Mini smart speaker, the Nest Wifi mesh router, a new smart display called and the Nest Hub Max. Earlier this year, it also revamped its Nest Aware subscription for its smart home security cameras, and announced a series of improvements for the Google Assistant.
Registration for Google’s smart home summit is free, and you can sign up here.