A smart paint developed at University of Liverpool could be used to increase the energy efficiency of old houses by collecting heat produced by radiators or people, then releasing it at night.
Smart, connected homes can help reduce pressure on electricity grids during peak demand, as well as reduce carbon emissions and electricity bills, say researchers from UK’s Loughborough University.
California-based IoT Startup Quantum Integration challenges open-source hardware and software company Arduino with new platform aimed at accelerating IoT network development for hobbyists.
A “green recovery” could benefit not just the climate but also human health and prosperity.
Australian electronics brand Laser drops price of five key products in SmartHome range, bringing cost of smart light bulbs down similar standard bulbs.
Breakthrough solar-powered IoT control disc developed by Australia’s Monash University and the National University of Singapore could see house keys and electrical switches become a thing of the past.
Smart home automation company Savant Systems will acquire GE Lighting, the lighting division of 130yo electric appliance mainstay General Electric founded by Thomas Edison.
Internet traffic is growing 25% each year, so Melbourne researchers created a fingernail-sized chip that can help the NBN keep up.
Net zero energy buildings, which produce the energy they need on site from renewable sources, increasingly are the default choice. How can we speed the transition to zero carbon emissions?
An Australian company that has developed technology to turn wood waste into timber that looks and performs like 100-year-old tropical hardwood has entered an agreement with Bosch to globalise the product.