brunkfordbraun/Flickr The Internet of Things means different things to different people. To vendors, it’s the latest in a slew of large-scale trends to affect their enterprise customers, and the latest marketing bandwagon they have to consider.
Nonostante il continuo sviluppo avvenuto nell'ultimo decennio, il mercato della domotica in Europa resta ancora un settore di nicchia.
Oggi, però, uno studio effettuato dalla BSRIA (Building Services Research and Information Association) evidenzia una forte crescita di interesse per il settore e un progressivo allargamento nelle dimensioni del mercato stesso. A partire dallo scorso anno, sempre più persone del settore hanno iniziato a parlare diffusamente di “Home Control”, trovando seguito crescente grazie all'interesse nelle tematiche di risparmio energetico nelle proprie abitazioni.
“Line up to enter the classroom, then pick up your materials from the table at the front.” “SLANT in your seat—sit up, listen, answer questions, nod, and track the speaker.” “Pass papers to the end of the row.”These directions serve as the soundtrack...
Owners of the Insteon Hub will be able to control Nest's Learning Thermostat alongside smart LEDs, motion detectors, wireless cameras, and other connected devices within Insteon's app. Read this post by Ry Crist on Appliances.
Business Insider Australia Here Comes The Internet Of Things Business Insider Australia In fact, the IoT will soon come to account for a plurality of Internet-connected devices, and by 2018 it will be roughly equal to the number of smartphones,...
The number of wearables sold globally nearly tripled between 2011 and 2012, but the market is still tiny when compared to smartphones. Berg, however, predicts 64 million wearable device shipments in 2017.
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