Creating Your Very Own Smart Home Space, Slow And Steady
Stuart Lombard, Ecobee CEO, mentioned in an interview that this is the ideal time to create a kind of “home oasis.” Looking at the scenario and the people’s interest, it is apparent that more consumers are planning to invest in their homes. To create better tech and products, it is critical to understand the users’ behavior and create a response accordingly. If all the different smart devices in your house function seamlessly together, you will experience the true smart home.
Against that backdrop, said Lombard, the “occupancy sensor” housed within a smart thermostat can understand whether anyone’s home or not and turn down the heat when no one is there, saving money on electricity bills.
To begin with, it is important to ensure that the devices manufactured needs to be compatible with Apple, Google, and Amazon ecosystems. This will help in increasing consumer adoption. Smart platforms will start to learn behaviors, respond accordingly, and offer the best experience possible – all without users having to create rules. Ecobee’s “Donate Your Data” program allows users to donate their thermostat data to researchers so as to enable better research and tech. During this COVID-19 pandemic, Ecobee has installed its sensors and cameras in hospitals to make treatments better and more reliable. These elements are what will improve our home (and outside!) life.
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