Connected Devices That Understand Our Behavior And Learn From These Patterns Will Make A Truly Smart Home
Today’s smart homes come with sensors to monitor the humidity, air quality, temperature, and energy usage. Despite virtual assistants and dedicated sensors, sometimes thing do not live up to the expectation. These smart homes are more of remote-controlled houses at one point or the other.
It’s very rare that the home can automatically react to what’s happening or how it‘s being used and adjust itself, which would truly make it “smart.”
After the release of routines by Google Assistant and Alexa, setting up multiple connected devices have become all the more easier with just one command doing the trick. However, it would be even better if your house was so smart that it could do all the important things like locking the door or turning off/on the lights on its own without specific directions from the user.
A smart home will need a lot of data and seamless interoperability between the connected devices to realize that dream. With sensors, the system gets to understand the user’s behavior and learns from their patterns. But this level of monitoring is enough to freak out a lot of people. With a universal standard that all the companies adhere to, most of the user issues will be solved.
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