Android@Home: Google enters home energy management market

May 12, 2011 at 11:20 pm

Google previewed its home energy management and automation platform, Android@Home, at its annual developer conference in San Francisco this week.

Android@Home is being developed as an open protocol that can be used by any connected device and controlled by any wireless device or computer — including non-Android devices such as Apple’s iPhone or Microsoft’s Windows PCs.

So far, Google’s approach aligns with eMeter’s vision for home energy management supported by the smart grid

Full story: Google enters home energy management market with Android@Home

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