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A new study finds that having a portable air cleaner in the home can reduce the negative impact of air pollution on brain development in children. Researchers studied the benefits of using air filters to reduce exposure to air pollution during pregnancy.

http://ow.ly/oBTJ50JPqoh

CABA is looking for Keynote Speakers for upcoming Connected Home Council (CHC) and Intelligent Buildings Council (IBC) webinar meetings. If you are interested in giving a 30 minute keynote presentation, contact us today!

https://www.caba.org/contact-us/

In a much-repeated but important axiom, it has long been said that water is the new fire. In the past, risks like fire and theft were more well-known and understood as the more costly insurance risks to Canadian properties, but that is no longer so.

https://www.reminetwork.com/articles/the-future-of-water-in-buildings-is-smart/

How do smart windows save energy? The natural light that streams through a sunny window is great but it can leave people squinting and wiping sweat off their brows. A solution to this conundrum was thought up 40 years ago with smart windows.

http://ow.ly/fg8Q50JLQ9x

From novelty to normality: How smart will tomorrow's homes be?

Global spending on Iot products is only increasing, with more and more people wanting connected homes. As such, the rate of smart home technology adoption is showing no signs of slowing down.

http://ow.ly/CV1l50JLPiT

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