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From Novelty to Normality: How smart will tomorrow’s homes be? (By Dr Andrew Dickson)

Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly entrenched in our daily lives and, as a result, becoming more intelligent

By Dr Andrew Dickson, Engineering Executive at CBI-electric: low voltage (https://CBI-lowvoltage.co.za) Smart homes are no longer a thing of the future, but a reality of the present, and soon they will be even smarter. Global spending on IoT (Internet of Things) products is forecast to reach $1.1 trillion in 2023…

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Top 5 home automation trends in 2022

Time-pressed consumers are already turning to technology for greater convenience and efficiency both in their personal lives as well as in their home environment

The internet of things (IoT) is on the rise with projections suggesting that approximately 50 billion IoT devices will be in use around the world by 2050. This is because today, time-pressed consumers are already turning to technology for greater convenience and efficiency both in their personal lives as well…

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Five Ways Tech is Revolutionising Home Automation

IoT products are putting the power back in Africa's hands

Home automation is on the rise across the globe and Africa is swiftly following suit. It’s easy to see why, as tomorrow’s tech savvy consumers can easily control energy efficiency, ensure safety, and reduce their carbon footprint, conveniently from the palm of their hands thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT).…