When the smart tolling car becomes the smart home

Smart tolling systems are being introduced in many cities around the world.

Now a startup has unveiled its first smart home.

The smart home, dubbed Smart tolled, is a “smart home platform” designed to make smart home development more accessible to developers and designers.

The company has created a smart tolled car that will charge via smart sensors and smart devices.

Its a smart car, which can automatically turn itself on and off with the power of the solar array.

Smart toll systems have been around for years, but they are often prohibitively expensive.

This is because they rely on a lot of solar energy to power the car.

That’s why the technology is still being developed.

The new smart car uses solar power, which is cheap, fast and relatively easy to generate.

The car can also charge itself from batteries, which make up a significant portion of the system’s power.

The system will be available to developers, but it’s expected to be a much more robust solution than other smart home systems.

The idea is that it will be cheaper, simpler and easier to build a smart home than the traditional smart home platform, which requires the installation of costly solar panels.

In the future, Smart tols will be a way to get around these barriers and create a smarter home without requiring expensive solar panels or building solar panels on your own.

“There are lots of systems out there for building a smart system on the cheap,” said Jodie Taylor, senior director of product marketing at Smart tolly.

“With this system, we’re bringing the power to the door, so that when you come home, you’re not just going to charge the car.”

The car, like most smart home platforms, will use an array of sensors to collect data, including temperature, humidity and light levels.

The sensors can be programmed to turn on or off depending on the needs of the user.

The data is then fed to a computer that can calculate the amount of electricity needed to power an LED lightbulb and control a smart thermostat.

The tolled smart system will have a battery pack that can be charged from the solar power.

According to the company, Smart Tolled cars will be built in China and will be sold in Europe and the United States.

The cars will also be available for sale in other countries around the globe.

“The world is going to have smart home hubs by the end of this decade,” Taylor said.

“We think that Smart Tolling will be one of the first to offer that and bring it to consumers.”

The tolling smart car will have two main modes of operation.

“It’s really cool to see this kind of innovation come from a small company,” Taylor told the Wall Street Journal.

“They are bringing it to the mainstream market and it’s going to be really exciting to see where it takes this industry in the future.”

Smart tol technology has been around in the U.S. for years.

In January, the National Science Foundation announced a grant to study and commercialize smart tolls.

The goal is to eventually make the technology affordable.

A smart tolly is a car that automatically turns itself on or turns off depending, for example, on a user’s temperature, temperature and lighting levels.

It can also be controlled remotely with a smartphone app.

The project aims to develop smart tols that are more than just a convenience for people.

“This is about building a new way of thinking about the future of the home,” said Dr. Robert J. Shafer, a professor at the MIT Media Lab who is involved in the project.

Shauer’s research focuses on smart thermoregulators, which are devices that can provide power to appliances without requiring any additional energy.

Shaffer said Smart Tolly’s technology is very similar to the thermostats that are already being developed by companies like HomeKit, but he is looking to develop them to be more reliable.

Smart Tolls will be manufactured by a small California company called Treadscout.

The team hopes to have the cars on the market by the year 2020.

It will take some time to develop the smart cars because it’s still in its early stages.

But the idea is to provide a platform for developers to build on.

Shorter than other products on the horizon, the tolled cars may have a shorter lifespan than other platforms, but the idea for a smart, energy-efficient home is gaining traction.