Netatmo's smart radiator temperature valves, designed by none other than famed French designer Philippe Starck, make it possible for people to remotely but accurately maintain control over the temperature of individual rooms.
These high-tech valves are capable of doing things such as detecting the presence of an open window or even taking into account the activity of electrical appliances in a room, so that these factors can be taken into account in order to promote more prudent use of temperature.
Ultimately, smart radiator temperature valves don't simply exist to make your home look cool and high-tech, but they can actually help you save on your energy bills while helping you to contribute a more conservative form of energy consumption to the community.
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