“We wanted to ensure that citizens could purchase themselves, the building is also used as a training venue and a place where individuals, families and Groups can come and experience the equipment in a setting that is similar to a home setting. The building is still being finished and we are gaining input from professionals in the community to ensure that it is used by as many people as possible” said Paul Faulkner responsible for the management of the smart house.

A grand launch for the building is planned for late 2018, and Connective Touch is inviting people attending the smart house to get in touch with us further information.