Extensive systems engineering capabilities cover the entire spectrum from ZigBee based home automation networks to LANs to 3G WWANs and more.
What does HAN stand for?
HAN stands for Home Automation Network (smart grids)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 59 other meanings of HAN in our Acronym Attic
- Health Alert Network
- Healthcare and Aging Network
- Healthy Aging Nutraceuticals
- Heavy Aromatic Naphtha
- Hidden Automatic Navigator (Goettingen, Germany)
- Hierarchical Network
- High Availability Network
- Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen (Dutch educational institution)
- Home Access Network
- Home Area Network
- Hosting Area Network (Savvis Communications, Inc.)
- Hot August Nights (annual car show; Nevada)
- Houston Angel Network (est. 2001; Texas)
- How About No? (chat)
- Hydroxylamine Nitrate
- Hydroxylammonium Nitrate
- Hahnemann Academy of North America (homeopathy)
- Hawaii Association of Nurse Anesthetists
- High-Definition Audio Video Network Alliance
- High-Performance Analytic Appliance (SAP)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The ZigBee Home Automation Profile provides manufacturers the universal standard application they have been demanding in order to launch a thriving global home automation market allowing consumers everywhere an easy way to reap the numerous savings found in a standards-based wireless home automation network," said Bob Heile, chairman of the ZigBee Alliance.
Companies Covered in This Report Include: * Ausgrid * Newcastle Council * CSIRO Hot Topics in This Report Include: * Smart grid * Smart meters * Home automation networks * 4G * PV * Electric vehicle * Smart car Key Topics Covered: 1.
The stores are the first to sell and display the new Lifepoint(TM) family of all-digital, 16:9 widescreen touchpanels, capable of 720p high definition display and used in Lifeware home automation networks.
Network communication occurs over the existing power lines, meaning that when a device is plugged into a power outlet, it automatically becomes part of the home automation network.
Insteon is the first home automation network technology to combine the home's existing wiring, or powerline, with radio frequency (RF) communications to deliver a secure, reliable and fast connection for automatic or remote control of lighting, security, entertainment systems, appliances, climate and more.
Its members are committed to creating intuitive and affordable products that can be easily connected in a home automation network.
the world's leading provider of automated products to improve the home, today announced its Insteon(TM) home automation network technology and Insteon SignaLinc RF 2442 have received Consumer Electronic Show (CES) Innovations 2005 Design and Engineering Awards in the Software/Embedded Technologies category and Integrated Home Systems category, respectively.