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Allure Energy to Use Kinetis K Series in Next Generation Product

AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Allure Energy, Inc. will introduce their next generation product, EverSense 2.0, at CES 2013 at CES Unveiled in Las Vegas on January 6, 2013. EverSense 2.0, a home environment and energy management platform which uses Freescale Semiconductor's i.MX53 application processor and Kinetis K Series microcontroller, will be selectively displayed by Freescale during CES.

"Freescale allows us to provide consumers with world-class embedded intelligence on the EverSense™ 2.0 platform," says Jim Mills, Vice President of Business Development for Allure Energy. "Allure Energy strives to use as many local vendors as possible. We are pleased to work with Freescale, a fellow Austin-based company, to provide quality products and jobs to the Austin, TX community and beyond."

As a platform, EverSense™ 2.0 will allow users to add other smart devices to the EverSense™ ecosystem as they become available. Proximity control manages the home's environment and energy usage based on how far, or near, each user may be from their residence. As homeowners leave their dwelling, the environment in their home is altered based on how far away they are. As they return, EverSense™ 2.0 automatically creates the ideal environment they want. Adjustments are determined on the user's smart phone based on their current location. The user's location remains on their smart phone and is never sent into the cloud, ensuring the user's privacy.

Available in early 2013, EverSense™ 2.0 will also include other features, such as speakers for playing streaming audio, a weather application including an animated radar, and thermostat control using location services within the EverSense™ mobile app.

More exciting details and features to come at CES Unveiled on January 6, 2013.  To schedule a demo of EverSense™ 2.0, please contact or

Allure Energy, Inc. is a smart technology provider based in Austin, Texas. Allure Energy develops leading-edge smart solutions that enhance a user's experience with minimal effort. As consumers and energy providers search for ways to reduce energy consumption without increasing costs, a balance must be maintained between privacy, security, lifestyle, comfort, and convenience. EverSense™ is that solution.

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Jim Mills
Vice President of Business Development
Allure Energy, Inc.

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