The Netatmo Smart Smoke Alarm is Being Introduced at CES 2017

 - Jan 9, 2017
References: netatmo & arstechnica
The Netatmo Smart Smoke Alarm aims to solve the problems that plague typical smoke detection devices (and add some features well beyond what any other smoke alarm offers.)

Smoke alarms are notoriously pesky. There's no doubt that the device essential for keeping one's home safe, but when standing on a chair while waving a rag around after the third straight false alarm, it's tempting to want to ditch it entirely. The Netatmo Smart Smoke Alarm connects to the Netatmo app suite, letting users control the device directly from their smartphones. That means the smoke detector will send an alert to one's phone if it detects smoke, and users can deactivate it immediately through the app if it's a false alarm.

The Netatmo Smart Smoke Alarm can also coordinate with other aspects of a smart home. For instance, users can program it to turn on all the smart lights in their house if smoke is detected during the night, thus alerting every room.