Nest: If appliances don't talk, homes aren't smart

The smart home isn’t here yet — and won’t be — until devices in homes can talk to each other, said Nest Labs' Mike Soucie.
Soucie co-founded Revolv, a company that looked to act as a hub for controlling lights, locks and speakers in the home. Nest acquired Revolv, and he now acts as Nest's head of consumer product partnerships. Tech giant Google Inc. acquired Nest in 2014.
Soucie sat down with the Business Journal recently at the Parks Associates’ CONNECTIONS conference in Burlingame to talk about what the connected home will look like in the future.

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