Nest Pro smart thermostatic appliances are getting smarter, which means they’re more responsive, according to Google.
“We’ve seen some really smart thermoregs coming out in the past few years and we’re seeing more of them now,” Nest spokesperson Alex Eberle told Google.
According to Eberles statement, “It’s really easy to see when a thermostatically-controlled device is in the process of learning something new.”
Nest is also making a big push into automation, with its thermostators now able to automatically turn on when the user goes to bed, and automatically turn off when the device is not used.
Nest Pro has also started using sensors to tell it when a user is away from it, and it’s also making it easier for Nest to send alerts when a Nest device gets into trouble.
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