Creativity contest: Explore Z-Wave, win gear

Zensys contest wants to find the most creative Z-Wave control creations. Z-Wave is a wireless control standard for home applications.


Portland, ORZensys , a leading provider of wireless networking technology for control and status reading applications, has launched a contest to find the most creative Z-Wave control creations. First prize is $500 worth of Z-Wave gear. Z-Wave is a wireless control standard for control applications throughout the home.
The competition will award the most creative Z-Wave artist with a $500 gift certificate, good for the winner’s choice of controllers, modules, and accessories that provide wireless command over entertainment, lighting, HVAC, security, and more. Second prize is a $250 certificate, third prize a $100 certificate.
To enter, send a brief description (pictures are a plus) of your most creative use of Z-Wave. Explain the problem solved and how you approached it, the products you used, and how they work together. Entries will be judged by Zensys’ panel of Z-Wave experts.
The contest opened June 10 and runs through July 10, 2007. Email your entries to Randall Stickrod at Zwaveworld and include a bit of background information on yourself. Winners will be announced by email and at and affiliated sites .

Control Engineering Daily News Desk, C.G. Masi, senior editor

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