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Internet of things

Why Dumb “Smart” IoT Objects Are Integral to the IoT Revolution

You’ve heard about the Internet of Things (IoT) and its unsexy relative— the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)—but you probably haven’t heard about the Internet of Useless Things.

+Rehabstudio, a digital marketing company, took notice of a number of useless gadgets at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show (CES) and dubbed the new category

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Smart Home Devices

Home Sweet Smart Home—7 Must Have Smart Home Devices

Looking to transform your home into a Smart Home?

Before you purchase your smart home devices, ensure that you select a standard that is interoperable with several manufacturers and that will not interfere with your Wi-Fi devices.

Which smart home automation standard should I choose?

We recommend utilizing the Z-Wave

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Smart Home

How Many Ways Can You Segment the Smart Home Market?

Transparency Market research forecasts that the Global Home Automation market will reach 16.4 billion by 2019.  Current home automation gadgets promise to give users the ability to monitor their homes or turn off appliances for example, from the convenience of their smartphone.

It’s not surprising that luxury homes will experience one of the highest rates of penetration for smart home technologies.

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IOT-Infographics

How much Data Will The Internet of Things (IoT) Generate by 2020?

The Internet of Things (IoT) has exploded over these past three years, and according to Gartner research, 25 billion connected “things” will be connected to the Internet by 2020. With the influx of smart technology, IPV6 will provide enough IP addresses to more than sufficiently cover the evolving digital life of consumers. The Smart Homes sector alone is predicted to be a $490 billion market.

But

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Z-wave vs. Zigbee

Zigbee vs Z-Wave—A Brewing Home Automation Battle?

Research Director at Gartner predicts that the Internet of Things (IoT) market will generate a $300 billion revenue and sell approximately 26 billion devices by 2020. According to Gartner, consumer-grade units will form a substantial portion of this market.

Many of these consumer-grade products will stem from the home automation industry which has generated an onslaught of solutions for consumers

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