KEF Holdings, a company based in Dubai, has acquired a plot of land in the UAE for the purpose of establishing the world's first fully automated integrated production of “smart” homes, which will be assembled by the robots.
Assembly technology is based on the operation principles of the factories manufacturing Tesla unmanned electric cars.
Revolutionary housing is expected to be launched in the UAE less than in a year — the first batch of serial production in the Middle East will be commissioned in 2018. The KEF enterprise in the UAE was launched after the successful undertaking in India with its KEF Infra One project.
Although the housing assembly outside of its future location is a new concept for the Middle East, Europe and Scandinavia have already been using this technology, especially in Sweden and Denmark, where its share accounts now for 90% of new housing construction.
This article will help you understand how smart homes work.