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  • Creating hassle-free home automation
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Creating hassle-free home automation

Sales of home automation systems have been predicted to grow to around $9.5 billion by 2015, and then rocket to $44 billion by 2017. With the weight of Google behind Nest, people are wising up to the idea of a connected home, and Sentri hopes to be the one device to rule them all.

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