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Thu, 06 Dec 2018 18:10 - Updated Thu, 06 Dec 2018 18:10

Smart house highlights 10th Technological Innovation fair

Luanda - A smart house embodying technology controlled by internet through mobile phone is the highlight of the 75 projects displayed at the 10th edition of the Technological Innovation Fair (Fititel).

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Smart house fixture of tenth edition of technology fair

The tree-day fair, whose onset took place this Thursday, is part of the closing of the school year 2018 of the Telecommunication Institute (ITEL), being held under the motto “Creativity and Innovation towards the transformation of the vocational teaching”.   

The house has security video, which can be accessed from anywhere in the world to control the air conditioner, television and decoder and is part of the present smart cities.

At least 10 students trained in computer, electronic and telecommunication took part in the house’s design.

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