Imagine living in a house that is aware of your needs and goals and actively helps you to achieve these. That sounds a bit far-fetched, right? Well, with the current trends in the construction and electrical engineering industries, this is being achieved. Smart homes are part of the growing Internet of Things technology which aims to achieve interconnection and interoperability between virtually everything there is in the globe.
In a smart home, appliances, gadgets, and building elements builds and installs to communicate and operate in synchronization.
If you are watching your weight for instance, when you add a few pounds your staircase can detect this weight gain and automatically lock your cupboard biscuits to help you watch your calorie intake. Install face detection in doors to keep away unwanted people as security enhances. Additionally, a smart home connects your portable electronic devices to permit remote control operation of your home.
Recent research by NHBC Foundation found out that smart homes will improve the health and general wellbeing of occupants. They recommended that developers start ‘future proofing’ the homes that they build gradually by including a little more hard wiring. Projections show that in 2020, the smart home technology will rise to about 27% compared to the current 11%. Forwarding looking technology entrepreneurs have already embraced this technology. Bill Gates set the pace by spending a whopping $100 million for his smart home. While future-proofing doesn’t require much money, include more hard wiring to achieve smart home functions to your new home. This will not only boost your health and wellbeing but it will also protect your home’s value in future when smart homes shall be a must have.
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