Posted by Grace Bettinson
As of 2016, more than 6% of German homeowners are. This includes smart meters, which control electric usages, sensors, smart televisions, smart thermostats, and smart appliances. In the future, will start to fund the latest smart home technology for inhabitants. There are plenty of exciting times ahead for the citizens of Berlin!
This historic city was the fifth in Europe and the first in Spain. Besides having an excellent bike sharing program, efficient bus transit system, connected parking apps, and sensors for waste management, it also uses renewable energy solutions. Solar panels have been placed around the city to collect solar energy, which is then used to power homes and businesses around Barcelona. IoT assists solar panels by giving real time updates to technology centers on the energy output levels, or updates on the environment. It is important that these solar panels are adjusted properly to changes in the environment to ensure to maximize grid usage.