While most millennials have rushed to adjust to most technological advances and energetically engage in new tech drifts, a lot of us have been less receptive to change. The advantages smart appliances, voice-activated products and sensor monitors may not be evident to numerous property holders or homeowners, however as our lives continue to get busier, embracing gadgets that make life less demanding at work and at home can make a huge difference going forward. With the advancement in smart home technology, we’re now officially entering a futuristic age, where artificial intelligence will not only customize your living space, but also adapt according to your routine preferences.
Today, you can easily interconnect compatible smart devices such as light bulbs, motion sensors, commercial vacuum, power plugs, cameras, thermostats, and even door locks. With smart home products talking to each other, things around the house can run more smoothly. With further innovation in this field, you can either control every one of your smart home products through an app on your smartphone, or install Wi-Fi speakers like Google Home and Amazon Alexa that use a voice command framework to communicate with the different smart gadgets in your house. A recent study shows that almost 39 million Americans use a smart speaker in their home, to make their lives more convenient and comfortable. More than 4000 manufactured devices are compatible with Amazon Alexa, and the number is increasing due to both company creativity and customer demand.
While physical robots are far from mainstream, numerous technology-forward devices are now available to make their way into your life. After all, if you could control pretty much everything in your life utilizing just your voice, wouldn’t you? Consider the possibilities: Rise and shine to a cup of hot coffee or your preferred Spotify song in the morning. Open your curtains with a single voice command. Automatically lock your doors and windows when you go to work. Receive a notification in case there’s a leak or other plumbing issue in your house. Keep tabs on your children using a wrist monitor. Warm up your living room while heading back from work.
While an old fashioned security system sounds the alarm, bothering your neighbors in the process, smart home technology gives you an opportunity to view the recording of any suspicious activity in your house on your phone and alert the authorities, or disable the alarm in an event where the sensor has been activated by, say, a pet. You can also turn your lights on and off when you’re away from the house and ensure maximum security using other smart home components, giving homeowners a chance to conveniently warm up to the idea of smart home gadget installations for their property.
The technology concerning integrated smart home products is moving along at a quick pace, with more activated products being introduced to the market. We can now say with outright sureness that ‘voice’ will be recognized as a notable contributing factor in the future of home management, in fact, it already is playing a major role in the smart home products that exist today. It will not only change the way people interact in a home, but also replace manual work by voice-prompted actions.