Smart Home. Saturday , September 01st , 2018 - 08:23:19 AM
If you are going to have a truly energy-efficient home in the twenty-first century then you are going to at least have to consider making it a "smart home". A smart home uses advanced technology to monitor and reduce energy use in the home. Although there are some people who are intentionally creating smart houses today the majority of Americans aren't making this investment yet. Nevertheless, even the average American is starting to implement some smart energy-saving technology and eventually that's going to take over the whole house and become a way of life. In other words, little by little, smart homes are sneaking up on the average homeowner.
Automating your lights can slash a huge portion of your electricity bill. Pair them with sensors, dimmers and wireless control and you'll be able to save even more. You can set your lights to turn on and off, depending on your personal schedule or, add motion sensors, so you won't waste energy. You can even use your smartphone to control the brightness, color as well as the ambiance of your home. If your smart phone isn't enough, you can install a smart device that can notify you when you have left your lights on. Apart from the alerts, this device can also give you an estimate of how much energy your home has already consumed.
Enhancing sleep technology is a part of the smart home automation revolution taking place across the world. Companies are launching advanced devices that use technology and data to manage health, sleep, exercise, and other activities of the users. Apart from the fitness trackers, smart beds, and pillows, manufacturers are introducing other ground-breaking products. For example, the Sensorwake 2 Olfactory Alarm Clock. This clock wakes up the users with a pleasant smell of their choice. It uses soft melodies, dynamic light, and a scent that instantly puts the user in good mood. Another pioneering discovery made in the field of home automation is the sleep robot. To put this into perspective, Somnox recently introduced the world's first ever sleep robot that improves sleep by stimulating breathing. It can also help reduce stress and unwanted thoughts. The sounds like heartbeat and guided meditation can help the users fall asleep faster.
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