Smart Home technology is the use of home devices that connect together via your WiFi internet network. It’s how your future family house will look and think! Intuitive speech technology to control almost everything in your home – great security measure, too!
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Smart products let your living space change with you. Your life, your way. Our range of home automation products, smart home lighting, WiFi speakers, wireless chargers and other smart home devices are just a few of the many ways your home can help you.
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Exactly What is a ‘Smart’ Home?
It’s how your future family house will look and think! That’s what!
From voice assistants to remotely controlled thermostats and doorbells, your home is set to get a lot more intelligent in the coming years. If you’ve ever had to rush back to your house to check you’ve switched the water off, or turned the heating out, you’ll appreciate a smart home.
Remote controlled appliances mean your white goods can be monitored from anywhere, cameras connected to your phone let you fawn over your pets whenever you fancy, and voice assistants give you a helping hand about the house.
- Home Hubs – You might be surprised by how good they are!
- Light Bulbs – Real security deterrents and illuminating fun!
- Plug Sockets – Remote control… everything!
- Video Door Bells – See who’s there when you’re not!
- Cameras and other Security Devices for a smart & safe home!
Smart Home, Safe Home, Stylish Home
The term ‘smart home’ is used to describe a house that contains a communication network that connects different appliances and allows them to be remotely controlled, monitored and accessed, according to the Department of Trade and Industry.
Smart devices connect to the internet and many have smartphone apps allowing you to access and control them remotely over wi-fi.
It’s becoming easier to connect an entire home too. Broadband is faster, more reliable and more affordable than ever before. The improved signal range of Wi-Fi routers means that a single router can offer wireless coverage across more rooms in our homes, allowing more devices to be connected.
What’s more, low-priced networking equipment has made it cheaper to extend home networks into rooms that were difficult to cover using just a single Wi-Fi router. Even previously difficult properties, such as older homes with thick walls, can now benefit from a home network that covers the entire property.
So what can all this technology do?
Using the technology within the house, you can control and see what is going on in your home, even when you’re not there! Use a smartphone, tablet or your computer. For instance, if you’ve just got a couple of brand new puppies and want to ensure they’re behaving themselves, you can install a home camera that allows you to check in on your pets whenever you want
There is also the potential to make a big difference in the cost of your utility bills! With smart monitoring, there’s no need to burn money by forgetting to turn the heating off when you leave for work. By monitoring your heating, water and electricity, there’s far less chance of a large bill sneaking up on you.
Smart homes can also protect the most vulnerable in society. Some devices can trigger an alert if an elderly person fails to take their pills, falls over or is behaving outside their normal routine. The University of Surrey has created ‘living labs’ to test how this technology would help people with dementia.