Are Hotels Setting Our Expectations Of How A Smart Home Should Be?
Smart home experts Dan DiClerico and John Attala say hotels are often the first places consumers come in contact with smart tech, including occupancy sensor-controlled systems, predictive maintenance, high-tech bathrooms and smart parking.
These are usually energy-efficient and cost-saving tech and it is a great idea to bring them into our homes. Predictive maintenance in residential areas is a growing trend. While many consumers are not very aware of this, it is slowly gaining popularity. With more homebuilders installing these maintenance tools within the new houses, it is also gaining more exposure.
Predictive maintenance can give an alert about impending issues. Repairing them or taking care of them beforehand can save money, time, energy, and possibly some disaster as well. The system uses regular data and compares it to see if it derails from usual values. If so, an alert is sent. HVAC units can get alerts and can be checked out for possible issues. Besides this, smart toilets are also an interesting trend. It allows the homeowners to have a good experience and control their costs of water, toilet paper, and so on.
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