These smart devices adjust the temperature of a room based the number of occupants and the external environment

French company Netatmo is no stranger to building smarter homes, and its newest offering of connected radiator valves continues this pattern of interconnectivity.

Crafted by Philippe Stark, the French designer known for innovative yet minimal designs, the Smart Radiator Valves adjust the temperature of a room based on a number of factors like the number of occupants in the room, open windows and the external environment. The product works alongside Netatmo's Smart Thermostat (also designed by Philippe Stark in 2013) using Apple's Homekit. Users can also control the device using Siri. According to Netatmo, these products “allow users to save 37% of energy to heat their home.”

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