Laying The Foundation Today For A Smarter Home Tomorrow
The Chief Product & Technology Officer of SnapAV, Charlie Kindel, takes a look into the future of smart homes. One major issue today is the fact that smart devices from different manufacturers usually don’t work together, which in turn, gives the users poor experience. When smart tech really becomes “smart” and effortless, the adoption rate will rapidly rise. For this, we will have to first allow a smart home platform that will let users create experiences using different devices. This can be done by using a robust system that is installed as the infrastructure connecting all the devices.
An infrastructural approach also enables longevity, where the system is expandable, so new technology and experiences can be added as they become available or as the homeowner makes changes that require additional devices.
For instance, Control4 OS 3 connects different devices to offer the users the best possible experience. Since the OS is complex, it could lead to a lot of trouble for less tech-savvy homeowners. This is why professional installations are important and should be followed by professional remote support after installation. Home tech pros have also started working with others related to the field, such as renovators, architects, builders, designers, and electricians to develop a seamless experience for the consumer.
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