The Ability To Remotely Control Smart Devices Will Continue To Push The Boundaries Of Home Automation
More and more people are purchasing wireless technologies to control their homes with the goals being saving energy, saving money, and added convenience. Smart homes started with Nest Thermostat which provided a way for the homeowners to control it remotely and was a huge success. The smart thermostat can be used to fit the lifestyle and set it according to the presence of the people. Some thermostats use a passive-infrared sensor for atmospheric pressure, humidity, and air quality.
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Smart doors usually make use of digital code instead of a physical key. These locks are then connected wirelessly for authentication and activation. BLE is also used for unlocking the door where a smartphone is brought near the door for opening it.
Another option is to make use of Zigbee. The lock with Zigbee wireless is made to be part of the house’s wireless network. It can interact with other devices in the house as well. Using a sub-1-GHz radio system is good for commercial properties and for achieving a longer range.
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