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The Heat Is On: Wireless Automation Technology Application for Smart Homes & Buildings

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a2   3/31/2014 5:34:48 AM
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@a.saji: What has the feasibility got to do with this ? Im not clear mate. Sorry but can you explain a bit more about your query

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a.saji   3/30/2014 11:21:03 PM
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Nadine: Yes that is a good alternative but in practical how feasible is it ?  

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NadineJ   3/30/2014 2:33:15 PM
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I can't wait until a majority of residences produce their own power supply.  Self-sufficiency is sustainability.

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Jetsons!
Cabe Atwell   3/26/2014 4:37:12 PM
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I for one am waiting for the day we have home automation on the level of the Jetsons, complete with the escalator-like moving sidewalks. 

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