Clap on! The connected home

March 2010
Connected Planet;Mar2010, p11
Trade Publication
The author reflects on a connected home with automated home sensors. She mentions various benefits of the technology which saves energy, provides security and offers opportunities for telecom service providers. She emphasizes the efficiency of the process of installation as compared to a complete rewiring. The author features one service provider that offered telecom to bring the services to market.


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