Singapore’s ‘Smart Homes’ – Wall Street Journal

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focusing on the government looks smarter … sensors monitoring devices and appliances … will make life easier for elderly people … for example sensors inside the toilet can connect via the Internet to record numbers of washes … by the information and general health the normal activity … it is transmitted to a private company and pushed a special apps use by family members and caregivers … who can then share it with doctors … this with a well loved ones to ensure family members are active and provide insights into the fall ill … other sensors could detect televisions or air conditioners left running one residents leave … additional sensors could tracking real-time water and electrical usage in a more sophisticated way in the current system … which simply measures total consumption … the new sensors could show water leaks in which appliances are using more resources … more than eighty percent of Singaporeans live in public housing … which smart Citi analysts


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