Intelligent thermostat learns from user behavior
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A few months ago we featured NXP Semiconductors, the wifi-controlled light bulbs designed to improve energy conservation in homes. Now, in the US, Nest are hoping to save households money on their heating bills with a thermostat that is not only controlled remotely, but learns user behavior and programs itself. Nest was founded by former Apple engineers Tony Fadell and Matt Rogers, who claim that the “world’s first learning thermostat” can cut home heating and cooling use by an average of 30 percent, compared to a standard thermostat. Nest has a stainless steel outer ring and an LED display screen,…
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