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Quarter of Dutch unfamiliar with smart home devices

Thursday 22 December 2016 | 17:06 CET | News
More Dutch consumers are aware of smart home devices than own them yet. A quarter are still unaware of the smart home, according to the 'Smart Home Netherlands 2016' report from Telecompaper. Smart thermostats are the most well-known, with 65 percent of the Dutch saying they know of the connected devices to control heating and cooling systems. Connected security cameras came next at 39 percent, following by remote control lighting at 37 percent, according to the 'Smart Home Netherlands 2016' report from Telecompaper. Many have also heard of baby monitors, smart smoke alarms and window shades

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Companies: Telecompaper
Countries: Netherlands
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