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About Netatmo

Netatmo creates elegant and smart products designed to blend into everyday lifestyles. The company is dedicated to designing products that monitor the weather and environment. The company's Urban Weather Station, specifically designed for iPhone, iPad and Android, allows users to monitor indoor and outdoor environmental elements including temperature, humidity, air-pressure, CO2 levels and more. The Netatmo Weather Station quantifies personal environments like the home and office, and wirelessly transmits data through WiFi to the Netatmo App.

Headquarters Location

17 route de la Reine

Arles, 92100,




Expert Collections containing Netatmo

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Netatmo is included in 3 Expert Collections, including Conference Exhibitors.


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This Collection includes companies developing smart home devices, wearables, home electronics, and other consumer electronics.

Netatmo Patents

Netatmo has filed 18 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • electrical engineering
  • electricity
  • electronic circuits
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Latest Netatmo News

8 Underrated Smart Home Accessories Worth Trying For Yourself

Nov 12, 2023

We may receive a commission on purchases made from links. Smart home tech has gone from niche innovation to industry standard in the space of just a few years, and many new appliances and devices now come with some level of built-in connectivity as standard. However, making full use of any smart home ecosystem's potential is harder to do — after all, it's easy for even the most dedicated enthusiasts to overlook a recently launched device or accessory. There are plenty of smaller, more affordable smart home devices out there that promise to be just as useful as big-ticket items, whether that's through connecting existing devices to a smart network or adding extra functionality of their own. We've rounded up some underrated accessories that are designed to blend into existing ecosystems, all of which offer useful features or solve a common problem with current smart home tech. Whether you're an enthusiast knee-deep in IoT gadgets or a newcomer looking to make the most out of your smart speaker, these eight top picks are all well worth trying out. Wyze smart plug Wyze Even the most dedicated smart home enthusiast will likely have a few appliances that don't come with connectivity features built in, but the Wyze smart plug is an affordable way to connect those appliances to a smart home setup. The plug fits into a wall outlet and then the appliance can be connected to the plug, allowing it to be turned on and off through a wi-fi connection. We reviewed the Wyze plug back in 2019 and found it to work exactly as intended, with each plug controllable through the Wyze app as well as through Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Each plug can be named on the app and grouped together so, for example, every lamp on the floor of a house can be turned on with a single tap. A timer and a vacation mode are also available, the latter of which turns lighting on and off in a randomized pattern to make it look like there's always someone home. A twin pack of the plugs is available on Amazon for less than $20. Netatmo smart indoor siren Netatmo While security tech is one of the most popular smart home segments, a smart indoor siren is one of the more overlooked accessories — in fact, some people may never have heard of it . Smart sirens, like the one available as part of Netatmo's alarm system , adds an extra level of deterrence against would-be burglars by blaring a 110-decibel alarm whenever it detects an unknown person gaining entry to a home. It uses the facial recognition system available with Netatmo's indoor security camera to work out who's supposed to be there and who isn't, and will send an alert to the homeowner's phone as soon as an unknown person is detected. As well as alerting users to break-ins, the siren can also play everyday noises to give the impression of someone being home. These include the sound of dogs barking or children crying, and aim to help prevent opportunistic thieves from attempting to gain entry in the first place. The siren can be picked up on Amazon for $74.99. IKEA Symfonisk picture frame smart speaker A smart speaker unlike any other, the IKEA Symfonisk Picture Frame is one of the oddest products to emerge from the Swedish furniture brand's collaboration with Sonos. It is, at first glance, just a framed picture, albeit one with a limited choice of art thanks to IKEA's small selection of stock choices and the lack of available third-party options. However, it hides a speaker that, while not quite on par with the best dedicated smart speakers in its price bracket, produces better sound quality than many people would assume. Our reviewer found a single unit more than good enough for listening in an average sized room, although they did note that audiophiles looking to pair the speaker with others will be disappointed, as it can only be paired with other Symfonisk Picture Frames. Even so, the speaker was as easy to use as Sonos' other products, being controlled through the brand's app. It's certainly a unique piece of smart home tech, and its sound quality raises it above being simply a novelty item. It's not cheap, however, with a retail price of $259.99 on Ikea's website . Flic 2 smart button Flic Smart home devices, ultimately, should always be about convenience — there's little point to a connected device that's so complicated to use that it's easier to just get up and press a button instead. Smart buttons like the one launched by Flic aim to make executing complex smart home routines quite literally as simple as pressing a button, as they can be attached throughout a home and moved whenever necessary thanks to the adhesive back. That makes them a must-have device for anyone looking for the ultimate smart home, although it's worth noting that Flic's button isn't the only option — several rival brands also make similar products with equivalent functionality. The routine that the button triggers can be set up and controlled through the Flic app, and then reconfigured at any time. In order to function, the button requires a Flic smart hub , which adds to the initial setup cost. Further buttons, however, can be added for less than $30 apiece, and boast three years of battery life. eufy S330 video smart lock S.G. Howe/SlashGear Combining the surveillance capabilities of a video doorbell with the usefulness of a smart lock, the eufy S330 is a solid addition to any home security system. Our reviewer found the S330 mostly hassle-free to install and use, with decent video quality and an intuitive app. Features like the loitering detection were also much appreciated, as was the ability to create temporary passcodes so guests could access the house for a limited time. The eufy also doesn't require a subscription for cloud storage, unlike some of the most popular doorbells, instead relying on internal video storage. Our biggest gripe was that the automatic deadbolt calibration, which is required for the lock to confirm when it's open or shut, was needlessly fussy, and there was no way to override the error messages it subsequently threw up. Nonetheless, there are many reasons to add a smart lock to your home , and by also featuring a video feed, the S330 offers an all-in-one solution for users who might not want the hassle of setting up a separate smart lock and doorbell. IKEA Vindstyrka smart air quality sensor

Netatmo Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Netatmo's headquarters?

    Netatmo's headquarters is located at 17 route de la Reine, Arles.

  • What is Netatmo's latest funding round?

    Netatmo's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Netatmo raise?

    Netatmo raised a total of $38.44M.

  • Who are the investors of Netatmo?

    Investors of Netatmo include Legrand, Iris Capital, C4 Ventures, Bpifrance and FSN PME.

  • Who are Netatmo's competitors?

    Competitors of Netatmo include Eve Systems, August Home, MClimate, SkyBell Technologies, Anyware Solutions and 7 more.


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SkyBell Technologies

SkyBell Technologies is a company focused on smart home technology, specifically in the home security sector. The company's main product is a smart video doorbell that allows users to see, hear, and speak to visitors at their door through their smartphone, featuring high-definition video cameras, motion sensor alerts, and night vision capabilities. SkyBell primarily sells to the smart home industry. It was founded in 2013 and is based in Irvine, California.

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Ding Labs

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D-Link offers home networking solutions. It provides data network equipment, including wireless local area networks (WLAN), modems, hubs, and switches. Its business products include switches, surveillance network cameras, firewalls, internet small computer system interface (iSCSI) SANs, and business wireless, and consumer products cover consumer wireless devices, broadband devices, and digital home devices. The company was founded in 1987 and is based in Taipei City, Taiwan.

Eufy Security

Eufy Security is a company that specializes in the development and provision of smart home devices, operating within the home security and automation industry. The company offers a range of products including robotic vacuums, security cameras, video doorbells, smart locks, and alarm systems, all designed to enhance home security and automation. Their products are primarily marketed to the home security and automation industry. It is based in Seattle, Washington.


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