Should Smart Devices Think For Themselves Not Just Be Controlled With Your Smartphone?
According to Sir James Dyson, the CEO of Dyson, smart devices should be always connected to the internet and controlled by an app. He feels that though it is important in a few products, it need not be present in everything. The company has recently launched a smart connected purifier.
The new Pure Cool purifier, which goes on sale later in March, will come with an app that enables you to track indoor and outdoor pollution, temperature and humidity levels, as well as checking the filter. However, it will focus on dealing with air pollutants itself without you having to open the app.
The purifier deals with what is going on by itself. Dyson feels that it important rather than the user doing it via the app. The purifier was designed to think for itself and take an action that it deems perfect. Currently, the purifier is not built to use its data to connect to other smart devices in the network.
Dyson has made many internet friendly devices, such as its robotic vacuum cleaner which can be controlled with Alexa Skill.
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