The CABA Connected Home Council (CHC)
The CHC is an active industry group for the residential sector, pursuing opportunities to accelerate the adoption of new technologies, consumer electronics and broadband services within the burgeoning connected home market. The Connected Home Council is particularly interested in exploring and supporting the development of connected home systems, with their ability to monitor and/or control home attributes such as lighting, access control and alarm systems, climate, occupant health, entertainment systems, and appliances in in either the single-family home or apartments/condos/multi-dwelling units.
Meeting: February 22, 2021
A team from the CHART Program at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (Collaborations in Healthy, Aging, Research, and Technology) will give a special 30-minute presentation: “McKechnie Family LIFE Home at The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign”
Monday, February 22, 2021 | 12 Noon – 1:30 PM ET
Wendy Rogers, Ph.D., Director, CHART
Harshal Mahajan, Ph.D., Assistant Director of Research, CHART
Brian Pastor, MS, Operations Manager, CHART
Description: The McKechnie Family LIFE Home is a cutting-edge research center focused on innovations in home environments. This facility mimics existing home dwellings as well as provides space for the development of next-generation smart homes that would allow people of all ages and abilities to live fuller, healthier, and autonomous lives. Spaces include a two-bedroom home; an attached garage; multi-purpose research and collaboration rooms; outdoor areas; and capacity for community engagement. Research and development efforts focus on a range of topics related to in-home activities to improve quality of life and independence. CLICK HERE for more information.
Connected Home Council – Governance
Contact CABA at 1-888-798-CABA or [email protected] for earlier CHC documents (2010-2017)