March 2013: Residential

 

Today’s home automation market isn’t so much evolving as it is mutating, like one of those time-laps

Multifamily residential structures account for more than half of the buildings in the United States

With 115 million households in America— more than twice as many as there were 50 years ago, accordin

We’re now more than a year into the release of the first two major players in the electric vehicle (

Looking at the four years measured in billions (B) of dollars, residential numbers climbed from $7B

The proliferation of lithium-ion powered cordless tool models continues to hold the attention of too


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March 2013
Biometrics is the use of a physical characteristic—such as fingerprints, retina or iris prints, palm prints, etc.—to identify a person and control access to a system, whether READ MORE
March 2013
With all the hype and the ­investment that has been given to the solar industry in recent years, it should come as no surprise that the industry is taking off. READ MORE
March 2013
While we’re on the subject of tools, we should look at some of the testing tools in a fiber optic toolbox that often do not get enough attention (see Fiber Optics, February 20 READ MORE
March 2013
Looking at the four years measured in billions (B) of dollars, residential numbers climbed from $7B to $10B to $14B to $25B. READ MORE
March 2013
If solar is the world’s most plentiful source of energy, it could be argued that the practical implications of solar technology should be equally limitless. READ MORE

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March 2013