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Nest is the Do-it-Yourself (DIY) dream-stat with the best marketing-side manners to date.
The DIY market has always patronized the Home Depots and Lowes from the day they bought their first house and the DIY market has never belonged to any distributor or contractor, but the potential of Nest to impact our markets beyond the DIYs bears conspiracy, I mean, considerable attention.
It includes energy saving features like: reporting that the mother left the water running while she brushed her teeth and that father fell asleep with the TV on.
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Now for the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: GOOD: Cost is the almighty force that drives a good, better, and best offering, whether in cars or televisions, or universities or hair salons, and economics will prevail in the selection of a thermostat — unless there is a greater tax or rebate incentive offered, or it becomes mandatory ( as in the government makes you, wonder which savvy investor will make billions off of little round thermostats if this happens) for a smart device to link energy information from each residence to the utilities for grid management.
We all benefit by the great smart thermostat race and there is no dis-inventing the Nest.
You laugh, but watch this video, it might change your mind about the use of your personal data.
There is a much larger agenda behind the Nest noise.
This means total dependence for all products and services from Nest.
Disruptive technology will never, and should never, go away.
Honeywell, Ecobee ( with it’s gorgeous color display), and the others have equal if not better thermostats but lack the style and marketing wizardry of Nest.
It is a web-enabled, wireless, zigbee, smart phone, that takes advantage of cloud computing, and it is prepared for the smart grid.
Mesh networking is probably not far off in the product offering.
Is there any doubt that Nest pulled off the greatest product launch the HVAC industry has ever seen?