IRT Nanoelec presented its latest smart and connected home research at a meeting on smart homes and innovation in public housing.
IRT Nanoelec’s PULSE program was represented at a May 23, 2017 meeting on smart homes and innovation in public housing organized by Inria (France’s national institute for research in computer science and automation) and Absise (the Isère public housing owners’ federation) at the Inria campus in Montbonnot, near Grenoble. The meeting brought together representatives of startups and other businesses, universities, and owners of public housing.
The objectives of new smart home technologies are to make occupants’ day-to-day lives easier, help the elderly and disabled remain in their homes safely and comfortably, protect occupant privacy, and achieve greater energy efficiency.
IRT Nanoelec spoke about how new technology can drive innovation, a perfect opportunity to present the results of IRT Nanoelec projects on smart, connected homes.
View the full program here: Smart homes and innovation meeting program