Can we trust that smart home devices are safely handling and protecting the sensitive data they have access to?
Osaka University researchers have used AI to create a self-regulating control system for indoor heating and cooling.
The unique requirements of a 37-acre family refuge called for a discreet yet comprehensive security system designed to alert staff to intruders.
Australian utilities are increasingly deploying new technologies in response to changing regulations, customer expectations and market needs.
A new $11 million CSIRO project aims to give consumers more control over their electricity usage while saving money and easing pressure on the energy grid.
Arteor with Netatmo is a collection of smart switches and sockets for the connected home allowing for control of lights, appliances, blinds and shutters from anywhere.