Internet of Things (IoT)Shelly Group announces the integration of Wave Plug US within the Samsung SmartThings ecosystem

Shelly Group AD (Ticker: SLYG / ISIN: BG1100003166) (“Shelly Group”), a provider of IoT and smart building solutions based in Sofia, Bulgaria, has completed SmartThings certification of Wave Plug US. This is another significant step for the company in offering an effortless smart home experience through the Samsung SmartThings ecosystem, expanding the reach of its latest products to millions of users across the globe.

Users in America will benefit from an even higher quality user-experience through the Wave Plug US with SmartThings. Shelly’s Z-Wave smart plug stands out with its undeniably practical features – small size combined with many functionalities. Wave Plug US is a Z-Wave smart plug with power metering that allows users to automate and remotely control a space heater, iron, TV, or any other connected electrical appliance at their homes with a power capacity of up to 1800 W at 15 A. This is more than easy to use – users can simply plug their standard space heater into Wave Plug US, enabling them to conveniently switch it on and off at any time and from anywhere with just a single click on their mobile phones. By using Z-Wave, smart home products can seamlessly communicate with each other, regardless of their brand or platform, thanks to the SmartThings app. The wave devices work on the latest Z-Wave chip generation (S800), one of the most popular standardized technologies for smart homes in the world.

Svetlin Todorov, CEO of Shelly USA, comments: “Adding Wave Plug US into the SmartThings ecosystem provides unique integration opportunities for the users. This is just the beginning of certifying most of our portfolio to enable the promotion of our leading devices to millions of consumers across the SmartThings platform. Our continuous efforts in enhancing users’ experience by providing them with seamless smart home automation are gaining recognition by a global brand like Samsung, which is a clear sign for us that we are innovating in the right direction.”

“Through our partnership with Shelly, we are lowering barriers to entry and enabling everyone to harness the transformative benefits of smart home technology,” said Mark Benson, Head of SmartThings U.S. “Accessible smart home technology is not just about convenience; it’s about empowerment and making everyday life simpler and more manageable.”

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