«Smart commercial buildings will be the highest user of Internet of Things (IoT) until 2017, after which smart homes will take the lead with just over 1 billion connected things in 2018,» said Bettina Tratz-Ryan, research vice president …
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«Smart commercial buildings will be the highest user of Internet of Things (IoT) until 2017, after which smart homes will take the lead with just over 1 billion connected things in 2018,» said Bettina Tratz-Ryan, research vice president at Gartner.
We are honored to present our Smart Home solution on the Smart City World Congress in partnership with Innovation Norway. A Smart Home includes sensors that can help elderly live at home longer, increase home safety and reduce energy consumption. Using Big Data from small sensors we can further exploit the benefits of this development to help governments offer an even better service to their communities.
53% of the worlds population live in cities, while cities take up just 3% of the surface area.
However, cities account for 75% of the worlds energy consumption and 80% of CO2 emissions. Transport, building and housing consume the most.
Home Control’s Smart Home platform consists of devices, cloud, app and big data. We have put it all together in a super simple DIY solution so you can get the benefits already today. From next year we’ll support more than 700 devices from a lot of different companies. It’s our ambition to make “Everyday a little bit more Easy” through making your home connected and Smart.
“We’re proud to show case our Connected Smoke sensor solution as well as the DIY connected Solar Control among others. Our Smart Home platform is flexible and adjustable to any Smart City need for Connected Buildings. We have a DIY solution because we want to increase the speed of connected, safe and environmental buildings”, says CEO Yngvar Pettersen in HomeControl AS from Norway. A leading Smart Home provider from Scandinavia.
At the United Nations’ climate change and sustainability conference, COP21 in Paris, many cities are pledging on environmental goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve environmental standards. “We have been working on a sustainable and environmental SmartHome solution for many years. This year we launched a DIY and integrated Solar Management solution to the Smart Home platform. Solar and renewable energy sources are just in their beginning but to get the most of your solar system you want flexibility. A solution that connects to your devices, the Grid and even your neighbour or community. Take Control of the energy you produce and send it or spend it as you wish.