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What does it mean to have a smart (but dirty) home?

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Talk at Codex 'World's Top 50 Innovators' on September 24th 2019 at the Royal Society.

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What does it mean to have a smart (but dirty) home?

  1. 1. What does it mean to have a smart (but dirty) home? Codex Talks, London. September 24th 2019
  2. 2. My name is Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino @iotwatch on twitter
  3. 3. What I’m working on now Research for Overlay (incubated by ING Labs) Research for UCL A new book on corporate innovation cultures
  4. 4. What I’m going to talk about The stuff your home is made of How it contributes to climate change What you can do about it
  5. 5. The stuff your home is made of How it contributes to climate change What you can do about it
  6. 6. A pseudo factory floor. Christine Frederick, 1912
  7. 7. A heterogenous system. National Home Builders Association, 1987
  8. 8. A space which keeps growing. Size of average American home in sq feet based on M.K.Mason (2017)
  9. 9. A space which can weigh us down. Minimal home concepts since 1890s
  10. 10. A space electric. From the elite (1878) to the masses (1894).
  11. 11. A space electric. With the full force of mass media & design.
  12. 12. A space with different kinds of servants. Servants used to live in the same home, now they live elsewhere.
  13. 13. The stuff your home is made of How it contributes to climate change What you can do about it
  14. 14. A space electric. A hundred years since the first electric irons.
  15. 15. Things are always on. ‘Smart TVs’ are always using power and so are our smart devices.
  16. 16. We’re creatures of post-industrial habits. Your demand on the grid increases early in the morning and from 6-9pm.
  17. 17. Our grid isn’t green.
  18. 18. Single? Older? You spend more energy than others. Older people feel colder and people living on their own put the washing machine on more often. (Intertek Report, May 2012)
  19. 19. Your home leaks energy. Buildings built after WWII sometimes worst than pre-1919 buildings.
  20. 20. Your devices leak energy at night. From phantom to vampire power, our charging cables & transformers are rarely smart.
  21. 21. Your web services use up energy constantly. From music services to servers.
  22. 22. Your car will weigh in soon. An electric vehicle can double your energy bills. Smart charging your car at night will increase night-timed demand everywhere.
  23. 23. The stuff your home is made of How it contributes to climate change What you can do about it
  24. 24. Every little helps. No matter how small your decision-making it is better than no decision or relying entirely on regulation. It’s also better to talk to your household before becoming a one person advocate.
  25. 25. Read your EPC. An energy performance certificate contains everything inherently fixable about your home. It was given to you in your rental pack / buyers pack. Dig it out.
  26. 26. Avoid the ‘rebound effect’. Just because you’re doing good, be aware of how much you spend, keep yourself literate on the data you produce, find out what the National Grid is made of, don’t lose sight of what your home is made of.
  27. 27. Yes it’s all terribly expensive. And yes the government should help pay for this. But it’s complicated.
  28. 28. Think about what your habits are now and what they’ll be later. Save money for insulation, solar panels, smart plug chargers or change your habits. Get an EPC.
  29. 29. Thank you. designswarm.com/book alex@designswarm.com @iotwatch

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