Cecelia Wilkinson. Smart Home. May 02nd , 2018.
There's nothing wrong with using smart home technology to help users manage their homes and their lives more efficiently, but it is irresponsible of companies to leave such a gaping security flaw in their products, and their consumers deserve to be aware of the true hacking dangers of the products they're buying and bringing into their homes.
At the moment it is anticipated that the systems are will be controlled through an app or apps through someone's smart phone, but I could well change in the future. The push by the big tech companies to move to voice recognition technology seems to imply that this is their preferred mode of coordinating the mechanics of a smart home. What is perhaps being overlooked are the cyber security implications and risks inherent within any such system.
A smart controller should be more intelligent and at least it should turn down the lights step by step. An other sample for a smart lighting control process is adjusting the power of the light adjusted to the time of the day. For example if you wake up midnight and go to kitchen the clever control should be able to turn on the lights with a weak lightening thinking that you may not want a high power of light. One of the most important tasks of a smart light automation is its ability to self-protect the house against burglars when you are not at the house. Yes, a smart light controlling system can be very helpful for improving your houses security. A smart home should be able to turn on and turn off the lights in the house randomly. This will make other people think that there are people in the house.
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