What counts as a Smart Home?

You have probably been hearing the term "Smart Home" quite a bit lately, merchandizers, homeowners and real estate professionals have been getting very excited about new product developments in this area in recent months. Smart home devices allow users to remotely monitor and control features of a home. That could be locks, garage doors, light bulbs, smoke alarms, outlets, cameras, other sensors—or all of them at once through an internet-connected hub. More homeowners are incorporating connected devices and automation into their home, and according to experts, the global home automation market could be worth over $121 billion by 2020. Here are a few terms to help you understand elements in

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