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The smart cities, smart home overlap

The smart cities, smart home overlap

New research finds that smart home devices and smart home services provide an expandable resource for wider smart city programmes

AI fault detection for HVAC

AI fault detection for HVAC

People Power has launched an intelligent microservice that notifies energy providers, consumers and property managers when a problem arises

Groupe PSA and Huawei unveil connected vehicle

Groupe PSA and Huawei unveil connected vehicle

Connected vehicle modular platform connects the DS 7 Crossback to the Internet of Things and can give users access to smart city, smart home and other services

California's first smart community

California's first smart community

The Westpark Maintenance District in Irvine has become a pilot community for the innovative smart product called Common Sense

China Unicom signs up to Zigbee

China Unicom signs up to Zigbee

Institute took the lead in developing implementation standards from devices to gateways and further to the cloud

Readymade smart homes

Readymade smart homes

Telecommunications company Comcast is helping property developers integrate connected home devices during the building process
Why the smart city could increasingly start at home

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Why the smart city could increasingly start at home

There are set to be almost 300 million smart homes installed around the world by 2022, according to a new report from ABI Research, and therefore smart home devices and services will play an increasingly important part in smart city programmes. We talked to the research report author, Jonathan Collins, Research Director at ABI Research, to find out more.

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