• Future City Digital Art
    Architecture

    What Will The City Of The Future Look Like?

    Climate change is a huge problem for the entire world but researchers are starting to move towards a solution. The idea of an entire country powered by a central grid looks like it may become obsolete eventually. Instead, there is a move toward self-sufficient cities that power themselves entirely on clean energy and run on exciting new technology. Sci-fi movies are packed full of predictions about what these future cities might look like but flying cars and floating buildings aren’t likely anytime soon. So, what is the city of the future actually going to look like?

  • Global Internet of Things
    Gadget,  Green Technology,  Internet

    Green Internet of Things

    The Internet of Things, or IoT, is a logical extension of the existing Internet. It is a rapidly expanding global infrastructure of embedded sensors and actuators in residential, commercial and scientific equipment. As these billions of devices and their communication protocols become standardized, their ubiquity and ability to efficiently integrate with existing Internet resources will soar.

  • Brick House
    Gadget,  Green Technology,  Security

    7 Ways to Automate Your Housekeeping with Smart Devices

    Smart devices have the power to automate many aspects of housekeeping. They can adjust your thermostat when you leave or activate the coffee maker before you wake up. Although home automation remained costly and complex for over two decades, this has begun to change. It’s possible to computerize housekeeping in at least seven remarkable ways. 1. Intelligent thermostats: If you control your heating and cooling systems with a simple dial or keypad, you can easily forget important daily adjustments. This wastes energy and makes your home less comfortable. Smart units like the Nest Thermostat automatically change the temperature as you come and go. 2. Appliance management: You can remotely connect…

  • Mobile phone with robot
    Gadget,  Green Technology,  Robotics & Artificial Intelligence

    How Smart Home Technology Can Save You Money

    The global financial situation has resulted in organisations investing time and effort in developing new home technologies that will save homeowners money in the long run. Products such as geothermal-heating and cooling systems, including improved hot-water systems, hydro floors and radiant wall panels can save you up to 75 percent on your energy bills. These energy-efficient systems reduce your carbon footprint and can increase the value of your home. While this technology generally has no effect on the cost of home and contents insurance, check with your insurance company. There are many other technologies that you can employ within your home to help you save money: Twine For those interested…