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smart home

Usually refers to home automation systems that can be controlled by a centralized panel or device or by dialing in to the control panel from outside the home.

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The global market for smart home appliances, is expected to grow due to availability of innovative and affordable smart appliances and increasing awareness among the populace during the forecast period (2015-2020)
Although Americans are worried about cyber attacks and data privacy, they appear to be embracing smart home technology.
In line with the MOU they signed in April, SK Telecom and Samsung Electronics have agreed to realize seamless interworking between their respective smart home platforms within this year.
Carney says homeowners insurers are asking many questions about smart home technology, including what issues to think about.
The integration between Smart Home and iOS 8-powered devices, which include the iPhone 6 and 2014 iPads, is touted as an easy if not an automatic set up for fans of Apple devices.
Then it is only befitting that we think even more closely about cutting back our energy and water consumption through the adoption of the smart home phenomenon.
Jean-Paul Krivine, Project Director of Smart Energy - Smart Home, EDF, France
To cash in on the smart home trend, Compal is expected to apply such technologies to enhance functional appeals of its products to customers, especially when the firm's president Ray Chen has set an annual shipment goal of 8 million units, at least, for this year, noted market observers.
In developing the necessary infrastructure to develop Smart Home or Smart Communities, fibre optics or structure wiring will most likely come into play.
BOSTON -- Strategy Analytics predicts that 16 percent of broadband households in the world will have at least one smart home system by 2017.
The Internet of Things (IoT) in the Home market in Australia is still in its early stages of growth as consumers have yet fully adopted smart home solutions in their residential set-ups.
Several recent surveys have found that Americans don't know much about smart home technology.