Build a Smart Thermostat and Save on Energy Costs

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Aired live: November 06, 2018 02:00 PM EST

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), 41% of all US residential energy cost is spent on heating and cooling. In fact, the average energy cost has increased by 4% over the last 10 years, and the upward trend is expected to continue for the foreseeable future. However, changing to a smart thermostat can help you save an average of 15-25% on energy costs! A smart thermostat has advanced capabilities to learn user behaviors and automatically adjust the temperature, thus eliminating the need for users to program the thermostat. In addition, you can add functionalities to a smart thermostat like connectivity, remote control and programmability, and energy usage monitoring.

This webcast will showcase the industry trends of advanced features for smart thermostats like cloud connectivity, multiple sensor monitoring, and easy Wi-Fi Provisioning along with enhanced security (OTA, IP protection, etc.) and low power requirements. Join us to learn how to get started with your smart thermostat design as we detail our reference design using the SimpleLInk™ CC3220SF MCU.

Sarah Pelosi, Applications Engineer, SimpleLink Wi-Fi, Texas Instruments
Sudharshan Nagarathnam, Systems Application Engineer, Texas Instruments

Brandon Lewis, OpenSystems Media
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