During the AT&T Developer Conference in Las Vegas the British digital communications company O2 announced that they are the first in Europe that will provide the ‘AT&T Digital Life smart home platform’. This platform offers the possibility for the user to monitor the temperature, electricity consumption and the water use. The user is able to adapt this through a smartphone-app.According to the company users can save on energy use and energy costs. Users can have access to the service this summer. O2 brings the new service as a ‘complete smart home experience’. To create ‘smart homes’ the company worked together with Tado, Samsung and Serco for cameras and Yale for locks.