The U.S. market has set the example to follow. The main European telecommunication companies are closely examining the strong results of the American connected home market and have set themselves to refine their offerings and launches, seeking to stimulate a market with prospects for exponential growth. Telcos such as Orange, British Telecom, Deutsche Telecom ... Read More
Living in a smart home is a great thing. It’s fun and it’s convenient. It allows you to save on your energy bills by automatically adjusting the thermostat to the weather conditions, or disconnecting electronic devices that are not in use. A smart home also knows at what time you arrive home from work, and ... Read More
Our second day at CES 2016 has been a very busy one. With lots of people coming to our stand to experience live demos of our Connected Living solutions and wanting to know more about business partnership opportunities. This tradeshow is the perfect place to make networking with lots of awesome people and companies, all ... Read More
Yesterday was CES 2016 first day! The International Consumer Electronic Show, which takes place in Nevada, Las Vegas, is the biggest consumer electronics and technology tradeshow around the globe, and this year we are proudly taking part in the show, exhibiting among some of the most important companies in the connected living industry. We have ... Read More
The concept of a Smart Home began its journey with the idea of the personal computer for every household introduced by Apple in the late 70s, along with the advent of the X-10 home automation standard. The invention of the internet circa 1990 obviously pushed this along but the real driver began with the wireless ... Read More
Are all potential Smart Home consumers interested in the same solutions? Do they have the same needs? How does location impact your offering? How can we learn from the differences between the American and European consumers?