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First ‘smart home’ technology on show at Smart Homes 2011 in Amsterdam in October

The first examples of ‘smart home’ energy management technology will be showcased at the upcoming Smart Homes 2011 conference in Amsterdam in October.  Says Smart Homes 2011’s project director Anthony Pohl:  “having a ‘smart home’ means you are able to control your heating, lighting, security, smart appliances and  manage your energy consumption, even when you are away from the home, increasing your comfort, convenience and lifestyle.  We live in exciting times where ICT and smart phones enables us to do a numerous tasks on the go, and ‘taking control of the home’ is a logical next step.”

UK telco launches smart home trial

The smart home ‘Smarter Living Challenge’ has been launched by the UK telco provider BT and green campaigner Hubbub.

Homeowners’ top 10 eco-improvements revealed

With home improvements searches up 380% according to Google Trends, it seems we’re focused on updating and fixing-up our homes during lockdown.

What’s in smart homes for telcos?

[img:Yves-Caseau_0.jpg|Yves Caseau,
Executive Vice
President, Bouygues
Telecom
]Interview with Yves Caseau, Executive Vice President, Bouygues Telecom, France

Smart Homes: Regulation and the Market

Ed Butler, Conference Producer, Synergy

'In failing to plan, then you plan to fail'. So goes the well-worn adage widely ascribed to Benjamin Franklin. Such trite phrases have a habit on falling on deaf ears. But, its application to the Smart Home agenda exposes serious shortfalls and raises some interesting questions.

Smart Homes 2011

4 - 6 October 2011
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Contact: Carolien Oey
Tel: +31 346 590 901
Fax: +31 346 590 601
Email: info@synergy-events.com

Consumer smart home spending grows despite COVID-19 disruptions

Consumer spending on smart home technologies will grow in 2020 despite economic disruptions due to COVID-19, according to ABI Research.

Smart homes: regulation and the market

[img:Ed%20Butler_0.jpg|Ed Butler,
Conference Producer,
Synergy
]Ed Butler, Conference Producer, Synergy

“In failing to plan, then you plan to fail.” So goes the well-worn adage widely ascribed to Benjamin Franklin. Such trite phrases have a habit on falling on deaf ears. But, its application to the smart home agenda exposes serious shortfalls and raises some interesting questions. The all too familiar story of the Mr Blogs driving home from work whilst simultaneously arranging the lighting, closing the curtains, putting the kettle on and running a bath for the Mrs never fails to stoke the enthusiasm of its readers. Yet those same accounts consistently fail to explain quite how this scenario might ever be realized.

Inside the smart home of the future


Conference: Smart Energy Canada/Canadian Water Meter Summit
Location: Toronto, ON, Canada
Presenter: Bob Heile and Ron Zimmer
Abstract: Presented by Bob Heile and Ron Zimmer at Smart Energy Canada/Canadian Water Meter Summit

Affordable smart homes in India

The smart affordable homes, to be developed within Kolte Patil’s Life Republic township project, will integrate modern functional design with environmental solutions and Internet of Things technology.

South Australia proposes to mandate smart appliances for homes

A mandate is proposed for key appliances to be made available demand response ready for smart homes in South Australia.

Creating a smart home portfolio

Interview with Alexander Pippert, Head of Innovation Center Smart Home, E.ON

By Anthony Pohl, Conference Manager, Smart Homes 2011


What opportunities will smart home deployment open up for E.ON?

The “smart home” concept, including the development of new demand side management and virtual power plant products for the mass market, are exciting opportunities for utilities. Additionally, a whole range of new services will create differentiating factors from competitors – an important factor in customer retention.

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