iPhone and iPod touch Smart Thermostat
the award-winning green technology company, has just released
a new iPhone and iPod touch app for the ecobee Smart
Thermostat. The application, which is free of charge, further
distinguishes the ecobee Smart Thermostat from other
programmable thermostats on the market.
ecobee Smart Thermostat
owners can now use an iPhone or iPod touch to remotely adjust
the thermostat's temperature, schedule or update a vacation
event, change the system and/or fan operating settings and
receive alerts. This application converts the screen of the
device to a clone of the ecobee Smart Thermostat interface.
Users can adjust their homes' climate control settings at
anytime from anywhere to ensure their home comfort.
"We view the iPhone and
iPod touch app for our ecobee Smart Thermostat as yet another
step down the path of 'green made easy,'" said ecobee
founder and CEO Stuart Lombard. He added, "This
technology makes it even easier for our customers to conserve
energy without sacrificing comfort. We'd like to thank our
loyal ecobee users who are constantly providing feedback and
encouragement. Their active participation helps us create and
introduce innovations that continue to revolutionize climate
control solutions for the residential market."
ecobee worked with mobile
application developers Five
Mobile to design and build the application for the iPhone
and iPod touch, a firm that specializes in content development
for smart phone platforms. "ecobee chose Five Mobile
based on their experience and expertise in the mobile
space," said Lombard.
The ecobee Smart Thermostat
iPhone and iPod touch app are now available on the iTunes
For more information, visit http://www.ecobee.com.
Ecobee, founded in 2007,
delivers intelligent conservation solutions for real people.
The company is building its product platform around The
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
Green Building Rating System(TM). ecobee's products are sold
for use in single family homes (new and retrofitted),
multi-family dwellings and light commercial properties. For
more information, visit http://www.ecobee.com.