Schneider Electric is one of the leaders when it comes to automation in the energy management and industrial automation. Now, this leader has launched the Square D Connected Home Suite. Customers in North America are going to have access to this product. On the show floor of CES, Schneider Electric revealed its novel solution. The Square D Connected Home is going to include devices and applications that are going to help homeowners everywhere gain an increased level of control over their energy usage through home appliance management. On top of this, Schneider Electric revealed that they are going to have new switches, receptacles, dimmers, and more. Later in 2020, all of these products are going to become available.
Schneider Electric is one of the oldest countries in the energy management area. For close to two centuries, this company has consistently pushed the envelope in the industry. The end result has been a higher bar for everyone in this space to meet, which leads to happier customers. Schneider Electric is now one of the leaders in the automation arena as well, introducing new products that can help residential facilities and homeowners manage their energy in an improved manner. Schneider Electric provides customers with an increased level of digital control and safety in their homes. Recently, IndustrialSage interviewed Schneider Electric CMO Shonodeep Modak, who was gracious enough to discuss how they have maintained their position at the top of the industry and where they see their automation technology going next. With the Square D Home Connected Suite, it appears that Schneider Electric is primed to continue their leadership into this new decade. Of note, Square D is a force in the US market on its own and joined the Schneider Electric team back in the early 1990s.
There has been a push for homes to become more connected than they ever were in the past. This means that homes are going to require a greater level of electricity than ever before as well. International energy consumption has been projected to double by 2050. This is going to place more strain on the existing electrical grids throughout the world. As a result, blackouts and power outages are projected to become more common. Schneider Electric is working hard to identify ways to avoid these problems with its novel automation technology and energy management solutions.
Schneider Electric knows that, traditionally, this equation has been one-sided. Consumers use electricity and pay for what they use. Now, the world is more connected than ever. This equation is not going to hold up in the near future. Schneider Electric is offering solutions to manage this problem and their home connected suite is the latest example of it.