Announcing Nest® "Works with Nest" integration with Cinemar's Suite of Automation Products

Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States, 07/07/2014 – Cinemar, Inc., a leading provider of affordable home automation and media management solutions since 2002, is proud to announce complete integration with the Nest family of thermostats and smoke detectors.

Nest Works at Home with Cinemar As a member of Nest's "Works with Nest" development program, Cinemar now supports all of Nest’s thermostats and smoke detectors. Instead of exiting to a separate application, customers can now monitor and adjust their Nest devices directly from within the Cinemar user interface along with lighting, security, music, movies, irrigation and much more. "We fully support the concept of "The Internet of Things" with all of our automation and media control software. However, we want to make accessing all of these distinct devices as easy as possible for our customers. That's why we feel it is important to wrap control of all devices into one unified easy to use application." says Dave Perrico, Cinemar's CTO and Chief Architect.

In working with Nest, Cinemar customers will be able to easily and quickly set their Nest Learning Thermostats using the powerful automation rules built in the Cinemar server. Scenarios like automatically switching the thermostats to Away mode when too many doors or windows are left open and automatically switching back to Home mode when the doors and windows are closed is now possible. This makes it a lot easier for our customers to avoid wasting energy heating or cooling the great outdoors. All this and the ability to view their home temperatures and smoke alarm status by accessing Nest directly from the Cinemar apps

For more information about Nest support and other Cinemar products, please visit the Cinemar website or call them directly at 262-859-2666.

About Cinemar, Inc.

Cinemar, Inc. offers home automation and media management solutions to the budget conscious. Cinemar's affordable and easy-to-use Windows based products control multiple systems from a single customizable interface running on all modern devices. Visit for more information.