By the end of 2020, the UK government envisages that 50 million homes should have a smart meter installed.
Businesses will leak the majority of that cash – almost two-thirds of it – but UK consumers are also to blame for their lack of understanding when it comes to smart tech.
Security researchers in Spain worked for six months on the project that found significant flaws in the security of smart meters allowing figures to be reported differently to a utility company.
Angus Patton, director of power and comminications at SQS, delves in the world of Machine to machine (M2M) communications in home utilities and its future importance.
Smappee’s energy monitors claim to save each household around £110 a year on bills by monitoring where energy is being wasted and stops it from happening.
The Networking Academy Internet of Everything curriculum is specifically designed to give electricians skills that will help to understand how to install the new devices.