Founded in 1998, the software development company Embedded Automation designed and developed a number of breakthrough technologies intended to help create a completely digital home. The firm operated as a division of the mHome product group of companies. It marketed its innovative line of products through an mHome Authorized Dealer Network in the United States for several years. In 2008, the company released a Digital Home Portal, a thin, wall-mounted touchscreen unified control panel designed as a console for interfacing various processes controlled within a digital home. The firm promoted its technologies and the mControl3 Home Automation System at the March, 2008 Electronic House Expo in Orlando, Florida.
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After the great success of their crowdfunding campaign in 2013 Skybell decided to manufacture Version 2 of their Smart Doorbell. SkyBell 2.0 features a better Wi-Fi module and more memory to enable a better performance compared to its predecessor.