Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live in a smart home? The Smart Home is already a reality, not something of the future. It is an alternative that we have at our disposal and whose ultimate aim is to make our lives much simpler. This is possible thanks to today’s technology. In the next few years, we will see a boom in this field focused on our working life, but also on our family life.
Ten years ago, anything more than programming the heating or having motorised blinds seemed unthinkable. Today, however, we have the power to control almost every aspect of our home via our smartphone. With a mobile app we can clean the house, turn lights on and off, connect or disconnect devices, turn the heating or air conditioning on and off…..
Not long ago, in this same space, we explained what we call a smart home. However, now we would like to take this opportunity to try to explain what it is like to live in a smart home, what we can expect and what we need to take into account.
There are many advantages of living in a smart home
What exactly is it that makes you want to live in a smart home? It could be many things, from improving security, having greater control, saving on electricity consumption or maximising entertainment potential. The only thing that is certain is that a Smart Home will improve your life in an unthinkable way.
Energy consumption. There is no doubt that living in a smart home will allow you to reduce all the energy costs that are derived from the day-to-day running of a home. You will have total control over the switching on and off of lights, the intensity of light bulbs, regulating the heating depending on the outside temperature, programming household appliances to operate at times when energy prices are lower…
Security. Another very relevant point is that the sensation of interior security will grow exponentially. Thus, it is possible to install internal and external movement sensors, door and window detectors, closed circuit cameras, installation of electronic keys…
Comfort. If we have to imagine what it is like to live in a smart home, it will surely come to mind that it must be a plus in terms of comfort. Small gestures such as turning off lights, activating and deactivating sockets and devices…