Ease Of Use And Connectivity Will Make The Smart Home Grow
Smart home automation has become a mass reality with wide range of devices and new product launches. From Jim Sutherland’s ECHO IV in 1966 to Tony Fadell’s revolutionary Nest learning thermostat in 2010, we have come a long way. Yet, many customers perceive smart devices as very complicated for use. Smart products in security surveillance, lighting, heating and domestic appliances have shown high acceptance and growth. However, restricted connectivity options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Thread, ZigBee, etc. renders incompatibility between different brand devices.
Samsung’s Fridge Family Hub 2.0 has S-Voice assistant and touchscreen for online grocery shopping. Netamo’s smart smoke alarm, compatible with Apple’s Homekit, has ventured with Velux to create smart windows that open and close according to the temperature and indoor air quality. In Germany, Panasonic smart home devices in association with Allianz can detect unexpected motion, glass breakage or water leakage and sends alerts on smartphones. Their service team assist in mitigating risks, investigation and repairs.
Amazon Echo and Google Home are undoubtedly the stars of smart home in 2017, and it’s not surprising. In a world where multiple incompatible ecosystems continue to baffle consumers, these seemingly simple smart speakers have built-in, far field microphones and friendly artificial intelligence inside.
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