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Smart Eco

Smart Eco refers to the usage of computerization and ecologically focused system design to create locally controlled environments that have a reduced impact on the global environment. Examples of this include: computer controlled irrigation systems that monitor weather conditions to minimize water usage; consumer appliances that are aware of power availability and adjust accordingly, and environmental controls that use passive design techniques to maintain a stable temperature.


This is also a variation of Ecosmart.

Related Tags: environment, design

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