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Smart house

A home that has programmable electronic controls and sensors that regulate heating, cooling, ventilation, light ing, and appliance and equipment operation in a way that responds to interior climate conditions in order to conserve energy.
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The smart house model consists of two rooms one above the other.
Then the results from hybrid source operation were used as a basis for the design and subsequent execution of the energy concept for a power self-sufficient house, a so-called Small Smart House, and thus the use of the hybrid system was moved from the output level of hundreds of Watts to the output level of units of kW.
A Small World: Smart Houses and the Dream of the Perfect Day.
We did the first demonstration energy home (with the Alaska Craftsman Home Program), the first Smart House and the first Idea House.
Builders were saying that nothing much had changed in the industry since we started putting air conditioning in houses in the 1940s," recalls Larry Goldman, a pioneer of the Smart House concept and now product manager for Molex Inc.
SMART HOUSES/SMART APPLIANCES: In the future it will be possible to phone any electrical device in the smart house.
Overview of Smart House demonstration trials incorporating a household energy management system.
The smart house is becoming a reality, as developers create smart locks, smart refrigerators, smart grills, and other internet-enabled household items.
While envisioning popularization of "net zero-energy" houses in 2020, Sekisui House has been offering a smart house, under the brand name of "Green First Zero," which is equipped with various energy creation and saving technologies optimally controlled by HEMS (home energy management system).
com/ Led by learning disability charity Hft, the meeting included a tour of the state-of-the-art More Independent Smart House, a mobile home loaded with helpful gadgets.
The Institute of Industrial Science of Tokyo University, in collaboration with LIXIL House Corporation, has erected a smart house on their Komaba Campus.
The futures consultancy Innovaro, as represented by Chris Carbone and Kristin Nauth ("From Smart House to Networked Home," page 29).