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    LG plans to expand WebOS to other IoT services. When, is unknown.

    We have heard this LG plans about WebOS expansion to other devices and services before. NO word at this time on smartphones.

    Only WebOS based smartwatches are expected for January 2016.

    The fulll post from the Korea Herald as came out with automatic Google translate:




    Company About enterprise | IoT platforms include LG's key The webOS Wellness and LG.

    LG webOS, an award-Winning trades Average smart TV operating system, is currently used in LG's smart TVs around the home and in hotels to provide high-speed content.

    The company plans to expand the OS to other IoT services.

    The Wellness platform, based on the company's bio-signal analysis technologies, collects data on a user's sleep patterns, heart rate and movement, then uses the data collected to improve the user's environment through air conditioning and lighting.

    Another new product is the Smart ThinQ potent sensor that was unveiled at the IFA electronics trade show held in September in Berlin, Germany. in. They are designed to work paired with traditional home appliances such as refrigerators, washing machines and others to turn them into smart appliances.

    The circular small sensor gets feedback such as temperature or vibration and transmits its reading to the Smart ThinQ app on the user's smartphone or smart devices other. Attached to a traditional washing machine, the sensor can sense when the machine completes a laundry cycle, sending a notification to the user's smartphone. When attached to a refrigerator, it can send a notification when a food item is approaching its expiration date.

    During the show, the Company About enterprise | also showcased its first smart oven and air conditioner products that work on AllJoyn, an IoT platform used by AllSeen Alliance, the world's largest IoT alliance of some 180 global home appliances makers. The platform Under, Trade shows All products can be connected to each other regardless of the producers and brands. LG Uplus, an LG-affiliated telecom operator, is also speeding up its home IoT business, pledging to become the global No. In the field by 2020.

    1 In July, the Company About enterprise | home IoT launched a new platform, called "IoT @ home." It is a complete smart home solution that allows people to start monitoring, controlling and securing their Lomography Türkiye Homes, such as lightbulbs, sensors and locks, from anywhere

    The Company About enterprise | recently signed partnership deals with local venture capital companies to support start-ups and venture firms on the development of their own IoT technologies.

    The Company About enterprise | also plans to offer other technological and business supports. LG Innoteck, the group's component unit, launched electronic self label or ESL early this year, a key component for the IoT adoption at retail stores, expanding its presence in the field. An ESL system is used by retailers for displaying product pricing on shelves, fast replacing traditional paper displays. Based on wireless communications and display technologies, the system offers consumers more information, while allowing retailers to A Better monitor products on shelves.

    LG CNS, the system service affiliate , also launched an intelligent camera surveillance system equipped with a video analysis engine - the first of its kind in Korea -. in March The new closed-circuit television system, dubbed "Smart Vision Sensor," is capable of monitoring and recognizing a and its movement pattern to provide users subject with alarms when any stranger nears. The system also stores data collected from cameras and analyzes them to provide statistics database.

    [Science Summit] LG makes big push on IoT
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    You think they are still planning the watch? I figured the Urbane 2.0 nixed that idea.
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    At this point I dont care what the device or service as long as someone else is using WebOS
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    Quote Originally Posted by homer14z View Post
    You think they are still planning the watch? I figured the Urbane 2.0 nixed that idea.
    The LG Urbane LTE LG Weareable platform WebOS based ,LG presented it at MWC 2015 as an AUDI edition and was launched after in Korea only

    Amazon stills selling that version as imported from Korea but very expensive . That is the version LG may launch to other countries in early 2016 unless LG will go at that time with a brand new better version. Maybe LG is expecting to offer more developed apps in for 2016 and bugs fixed.

    On Amazon store: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...bosnation0e-20
  5.    #5  
    Quote Originally Posted by etphoto View Post
    At this point I dont care what the device or service as long as someone else is using WebOS
    Agree, don`t let WebOS die.
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    I'll start getting excited about the remote idea of LG using webOS in phones when they start pounding out some apps for their current webOS TV's. If they aren't getting apps for those, they aren't likely going to get once-burned-twice-shy mobile app devs to easily come back to a webOS phone. It's a nice dream right now though - I really dislike Apple and Android OS's (I run both).
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelloNNNewman View Post
    I'll start getting excited about the remote idea of LG using webOS in phones when they start pounding out some apps for their current webOS TV's. If they aren't getting apps for those, they aren't likely going to get once-burned-twice-shy mobile app devs to easily come back to a webOS phone. It's a nice dream right now though - I really dislike Apple and Android OS's (I run both).
    By the way talking about WebOS smartphones. The device the blondy girl is holding is a tablet or a smartphone?
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    Its an android device you can see from the soft key buttons
    This space for rent or lease. Inquire within.
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    I found the demo of above post

    [YT]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53vrFAt1tg0[/YT]
  10.    #10  
    Quote Originally Posted by MudShark22 View Post
    Its an android device you can see from the soft key buttons
    Thanks. Watch the video demo of LG Smart Home just posted

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