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Content personalization is a cool thing. Using a smart set of algorithms, we can predict what textual and video content you will enjoy. In other words, we can change the way that you experience content while on the go or at home… Smart technology and algorithms are even closer than you think though. Did you know that there are homes that also predict your behavior? They’re called “Smart Homes” … and they are the homes of tomorrow.
A smart home is a building equipped with advanced automation systems that can be controlled remotely by your smartphone or computer. That means you are able to check on the Internet if the heating is on and if the dinner is cooked. All the devices in your home are connected and they come together to make your life better. Imagine a smart kitchen that can display your personal information & your nutritional habits on a panel and suggest you recipes according to your preferences. There are alarm clocks that can tell you how well you’ve slept and lights that turn off automatically. While coming back home in the evening, your house is “waking up”. The garage door opens, the alarm system is being deactivated and the heating is turned on. You can also be informed at a glance about the security of your house e.g. which windows and doors are open at the moment. According to CNET & Tomsguide, here are some of best smart home devices of 2015:
O MyQ Garage door opener lets you tap your device’s screen to open or close your garage from anywhere.
O Google’s Nest Learning Thermostat learns your schedule in about a week and programs itself to control the temperature in your house.
O WallyHome, the best water monitor, discovers any leaks before the problem gets serious.
O iSmartAlarm is a great alternative home security system.
O Sleep Number c2 Bed records your breathing, heart rate & movement through the night and then gives suggestions on how to improve your sleep.
No doubts, can these smart functionalities save you money. Well, the equipment is getting more affordable year by year but it’s still quite expensive; most devices cost several hundred dollars. If you don’t want to spend a lot of money, you can result to simpler solutions, such as Wink. This smart solution allows you to monitor and mange lights, power and security through an app. The starter kit starts at 100$ up.
On the other hand, smart home technology is a really big deal – as it combines two trends: the Internet of things and green technology. So, it’s not only about saving money but helping with climate change issues too.
Check one of the smart homes of tomorrow:
Would you enjoy all of those smart facilities?
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