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Future Proof

Slang; describing anything unlikely to become obsolete. For example, paper could be considered future proof because it will be a needed office supply regardless of what new technology develops. This concept is the opposite of planned obsolescence.
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So, unless we future proof these mega-projects, we might face with changing requirements and scope creep problems that could have substantial impact on budgets, communities and environment," he added.
Lee Newton, CEO of Ideal Home Show owners Media 10, said: "As the past few years have seen energy bills reach near extortionate prices, it's great to see that there is a finally a solution to the problem - the Future Proof House.
We wanted an intelligent integration to Ameyo which could size down downtime and enhance scalability and future proof solution.
Its dark fibre networks offer unlimited bandwidth at a fixed cost for the term of the contract - a genuinely future proof solution.
Paul Armstrong, technical director at Trivselhus-by-Esh, who bought one of the very first Trivselhus homes in the North East, said: "Renewable energy generation technology such as air source heat pumps and photovoltaic solar panels can be added to the Future Proof Home to generate energy for the building itself.
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