Smart cities: the coming future of sustainable living – Green Living 4 Live

As digital technologies get more and more integrated into our way of life, these smart cities offer a peek into the near future of sustainable living. Vincent Callebaut of Callebaut Architects has created smart towers that could be the future of glitzy city of Paris. The proposal, titled 2050 paris smart city, showcases eight different… Read more »

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Smart cities: the coming future of sustainable living

As digital technologies get more and more integrated into our way of life, these smart cities offer a peek into the near future of sustainable living.

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Global Connected Home Security System Market to Grow 48.06% – Key Vendors are Comcast…

The global connected home security system market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 48.06 % during the period of time 2016-2020.
Connected home security market innovations such as reduced hardware costs, advances in wireless standards, smartphone penetration, enhanced bandwidth, and…

5G’s Fast Tracking Our Future

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You may soon start hearing a lot about 5G, or the fifth generation of wireless technology.It isn’t expected to become a reality until about 2020 but early tests suggest it’s going to be the real deal – a new technology that will have major ramifications.

This technology is expected to leap ahead of current wireless technology, known as 4G, by offering mobile Internet speeds that will let people download entire movies within seconds, and it may pave the way for new types of mobile applications.

Although it seems like a minor technical improvement, but success will mean transformative applications, especially when it comes to mach­ine-to-machine communications. Cars and traffic grids, in particular, will be big beneficiaries.

Stay tuned for more updates on the advancement of wireless technology with TdigitalF.

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Why do we need to separate concerns in IoT development?

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Internet of Things is fast evolving and is slated to become one of the largest markets and one of the most expansive industries in the next few years. In a conceivable future, every single aspect of our daily lives will be monitored and control by the billions of devices that will be connected to the internet.

But there are some caveats to using the full potential of this nascent technology and making the best use of the utilities that it offers. The implications of not addressing IoT development issues are more far-reaching than data security and privacy issues. Many industrial resources, including infrastructures such as power grids, and critical devices that regulate and control health, such as drug infusion pumps, are dependent on IoT technology.

The bottom-line is that IoT is becoming so integrated into our lives that it should be taken much more seriously. Yet the concerns are so…

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Welcome to your Smart Home

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Imagine it has been a long and difficult  day at work.  You come home to find  the porch light on and  your garage door opens automatically as your car pulls up.  Inside the lights are on, temperature  is a perfect 72 degrees, your favorite music is playing, pets have been fed and your dinner has been started. Welcome to your smart home!the-smart-house

What is a “smart home”?

“Smart Home” is the term used  for a home that has devices such as security systems, lights, thermostats, computers, entertainment systems and even appliances  that can communicate with each other and can be controlled from just about anywhere in the world using the Internet, blue tooth and your cell phone. The true smart home will even anticipate your needs.  If a device uses electricity it can be put on the network.  Smart home technology is available today for not only brand new homes…

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Home Smart Home – A Quick Overview of the Fast Growing Market

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“Smart Home” is the term commonly used to define a residence that has appliances, lighting, heating, air conditioning, TVs, computers, entertainment audio & video systems, security, and camera systems that are capable of communicating with one another and can be controlled remotely by a time schedule, from any room in the home, as well as remotely from any location in the world by phone or internet.

Click here to learn more about the latest technologies, key market players and hot products – and you will know what you need to build a smarter home. 😉

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