First Female Graduate of Maverick Technical Institute Always ‘Curious about Home Automation‘ … “I have always been curious about home automation,” she says, adding that the first time she ever heard about smart home technology was in reference to “green” homes and the technology used in them.
… remaining barrier to the adoption of e-commerce. It just requires a little bit of social acceptance and the right security protocols in place to allow people to do that. Everyone’s moving to home automation anyway. I think it’ll be pretty quick, the adoption of home automation for the locks on our front door.
The research itself isn’t based on any representative sample of people, with all of its data being presented as an overview of thoughts some 1,500 PCMag readers have on home automation technologies and related fields, though it’s still perceived to have value in the context of showing how a portion of …
Or else these smart devices integrate with a larger home-automation system that takes on that roll. Or … the devices share (or could share) the network with a third-party box built for network monitoring and managed services. But Lutron doesn’t have this, and Lutron isn’t “lots of smart-device makers.