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Connected home

Internet of Things (IoT) technology is enabling the development of the connected home market in the UK. techUK works to identify the opportunities, issues and challenges facing the sector: from new wireless connections, to innovative consumer solutions in the energy markets, security, insurance and health and social care. Our core aim is to strengthen the connected home as a shared network and resources model, pushing interoperability, and promoting innovation in the market.

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Connected Home 2023


State of the Connected Home 2023

The techUK Podcast - The State of the Connected Home 2023

In this episode, our Head of Market Access & Consumer Technology Lewis Walmesley-Browne talks through the findings of the 2023 edition of the report with Trevor Godman from GfK who led the research. 

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Smart infrastructure allows us to capture new insights through data capture for more informed decision making, more efficient and decarbonised systems, and opens up the opportunity for new business models and new services for citizens. Through our Smart Infrastructure and Systems programme, we examine how energy, utilities, mobility and cities are embracing technology, working with government, regulators and our members to accelerate change.

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We believe that digital technology offers significant opportunities to support the net zero transition, climate adaptation, and a healthy and clean environment. We also recognise our own climate and environmental impact, as well as the human rights risks in the tech supply chain, and work closely with members, government, regulators and stakeholders to try and address these to realise the positive benefits of tech as we transition to more sustainable systems and business models.


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The techUK Market Access Programme helps members understand, shape, and comply with the increasingly complex array of regulations and laws that underpin international trade. We work with government officials and legal experts to help members understand and shape policy around standards, technical regulations, sanctions, trade policy and export controls, subjects tech firms need to be on top of to trade internationally.

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