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‘Smart’ and ‘connected’ are adjectives that have leapt into heavy usage over the past several years in discussions of all manner of technology — beginning generally with advances in mobile phone technology but now expanding to virtually every category of household and business device. Everything from vacuum cleaners to heavy construction equipment is being enhanced with the ability to be programmed to behave in certain ways on highly customisable schedules; to communicate with their owners, manufacturers and service providers; and in an increasing number of cases, to learn based on the input received through sensors, meters and other measurement devices.
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