Wounded vet gets new 'smart' home

The veteran won't have to worry about keys or reaching a thermostat — he can do that from his smartphone. His sink, microwave and stove are at wheelchair height. Valyou can pull down shelves in his kitchen cabinets manually. His fireplace is controlled by remote. Working his shower? There’s an app for that.

It’s good news for the veteran who has full use of his arms and lives independently.

The organization is currently working on 50 "smart homes" in the U.S. that are in various stages of development.

Read more: http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/story/news/2016/06/23/wounded-vet-gets-new-smart-home-millerton/86289024/

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