How to Create a Completely Smart Home with Internet of Things Devices All from Chicago

With the Data Portal3D-printed street sensors, the WindyGrid,  and a commitment to democratizing open city data, Chicago is distinguishing itself as a leader in 'Smart Cities.' (This reputation was solidified when the city was chosen as the host for the 'Internet of Things World Forum,' a global gathering of industry thought-leaders, this summer).

On a more micro-level, Chicago is also a leader in the 'Smart Home,' with several startups and companies developing connected devices for individual environments. In fact, a consumer can monitor, control, and secure their entire home - from heat to lighting to energy to alarms - with Internet of Things products built in Chicago. Here's how...

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