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The startup aiming to support your smart home

The idea of a smart home has been knocking around since the Jetsons hit our TV screens in the sixties. However, the oldest science fiction dream is finally becoming a reality. The smart home system refers to a variety of overlapping electrical and wireless systems that will enable a smart home to function as a combined whole unit. A typical scenario of a smart home involves someone driving home from work in their smart car.
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