The connected home with its mixture of devices is a complicated place for the knowhows, but a nightmare for those who don’t have the slightest idea of how to troubleshoot problems when things go wrong. According to one company this will be a thing of the past. They making bold promises about fixing many of the issues in the connected home by making it an autonomous environment. Over the last two years Veego, a connected home startup based in Israel have been touting their Veego software to ISPs around the globe in an effort to help them support their connected home customers. According to Veego, the software they are offering can autonomously resolve connected home devices malfunctions, through the use of their suite of applications supported by an AI backend in the cloud, that is able to identify problems before they are reported.