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Find us at CES 2020
Sands Convention Center
Eureka Park Booth 51241J

Remotec Technology Limited (Remotec) has been the global leader in providing high-quality wireless remote control and smart home solutions for over two decades. We specifically provide high quality solutions in chipsets, firmware, apps, cloud-services, product design, manufacturing test data management and supply chain management for worldwide customers interested in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Infrared, Z-Wave and ZigBee protocol. In the smart home category, we have been leading the pact in providing home automation products. Previously known as Bondwell Computers, Remotec has been working with many contract and original equipment manufacturers, being ISO 9001:2000 certified with our field proven experience. Remotec is currently headquartered in Hong Kong with a technology incubation centre in both Hong Kong and Shenzhen. RemoteBLE is a new division of Remotec which focuses on providing our IR fabric over the cloud as an universal infrared code library that supports many devices such as universal remote controls, TVs, air conditioners, AV equipment, media centers, etc.
 

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USA CES Jan 7-10 at Eureka Park HK Pavallion (Booth# 51241J)

Remotec at Bluetooth Asia 2019

Remotec was participating in this year's Bluetooth Asia Summit 2019 as a gold sponsor as well as exhibiting alongside popular companies such as Tuya, Huawei and major chipset manufacturers.

This is a video produced by Bluetooth Asia event organizer (in Chinese) where our CEO, Mr. Daniel Chun address a few industry questions about our Remotec solutions.

Standardizing the IR Fabric in Bluetooth Mesh 

At the Bluetooth Asia Conference 2019, a topic called "Standardizing the IR Fabric" was delivered to an audience comprising of developers and chipset companies. Our CEO, Mr. Daniel Chun had presented the critical success factors and the need to integrate not just one standard IR transmitting protocol as a reference design, but actually integrating the universal IR code encoding scheme into the Bluetooth chipset such that applications and product developers can save time.