Sunday, January 03, 2016

What you need to know about home IoT standards at CES

Connected homes may make life easier eventually. A thermostat linked to a garage-door opener could tell who's coming home and set the heat or air-conditioning for their preferences. Compatible room lights and an audio system could join in, too.

That vision's starting to catch on. Ownership of connected home devices in the U.S. grew by 50 percent this year, and fully 43 percent of all households in the country will buy one in the next year, research company Parks Associates said last month.

From the article "What you need to know about home IoT standards at CES" by Stephen Lawson.

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