Puget Sound Business Journal – August 10, 2018
One of Nelson Electric’s own lighting, network cabling and low-voltage systems design engineers, Geoff Newman, shares insights as to smart technology and energy costs
There might be as many as 10 billion Internet-of-Things devices in the world. Lights, thermostats and other traditionally manual devices are migrating to internet protocol (IP) based communications and controls.
In a “smart home,” this means we can control these items with apps on our smartphones. In cities, this means new structures have an edge in operational and energy costs. This evolution has happened quickly.