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Monitoring Matters: PERS and Lifestyle Management Opportunities

While speaking at the Parks Associates Connections Conference in May, I discovered that I wasn’t the only speaker suggesting that the word we will all hear more and more when it comes to home technology is “invisible.” This suggests that most consumers have all the physical technology hardware they need in their homes.

From the article, "Monitoring Matters: PERS and Lifestyle Management Opportunities" by Peter Giacalone 

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