Engadgets title How autonomous vehicles could save your life article Engage article Engagemobile is a digital communications startup founded in 2015 by five former Google engineers.
It has a mobile application that helps people communicate with one another in real-time, as well as a suite of apps for home automation, travel, and the sharing of home videos.
The company is also working on a home-based smart home technology that would help people keep track of their home’s various features.
In a blog post, Engadems CEO Andrew Lander said, “We see a future where you could easily and safely control your home with a smartphone.
It would be like having a smart fridge and a remote control in your house.”
Lander said that while the company’s products aren’t yet ready for consumer use, it hopes to have them in the next few years.
“We’re excited to see what other companies will bring to the table and we want to be the first to deliver this to the public,” he said.
“We want to build a product that people want to use and we’re building it with the best technology in the industry.”
Lager said the company has been working on these products for some time, but it was only in 2017 that they got the go-ahead to go live.
“I think the real surprise was when we started seeing the interest in the technology and getting it into the hands of consumers,” he told Engademy.
“The excitement and interest was pretty remarkable.”
Engadems app, which will be available in the coming months, allows users to remotely control an object by turning on a light switch, adjusting a thermostat, and controlling the thermostatic cycle.
The app also tracks how often an object is being turned on and off.
Lander told Engagems that he was excited to hear that people were interested in building smart homes and that it would be a natural fit for the company.
“The fact that the company is able to create an app that allows people to do things they would never be able to do otherwise is very exciting,” he added.
“And I think it’s a great way for us to build the ecosystem.”