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Automation to Create a Better Smart Space

Automation for smart home

The initial appeal of smart home devices can be intriguing. Plus, these products can do a lot more than you might think at first glance. In an ideal smart home, everything is automated — the devices manage themselves based on some parameters that you set in advance. There are several different ways to automate everything, including motion, planning, geofencing, or triggering a single action.

You can even automate things around your home without spending a lot of money on actual smart home devices—things like outlet timers, remote outlet switches, and outlet motion sensors are incredibly affordable but can give you a great insight into the smart home world. Moreover, there are many opportunities to implement separate automation projects with the help of linear actuators that are available for diverse purposes.

Everything is simple, you can install several electric linear actuators to automate, for example, your bedroom windows. You can add external weather and temperature sensors and set up your smart windows correspondingly to let them close and open automatically for air ventilation and inner temperature control. Tables, TV lifts, automated computer desks, smart beds – all these are possible due to linear actuators and special control panels.

All Devices in Your Home are Connected Together

Another great thing about Smarthome devices is that you can usually connect them together to make multiple things happen at the same time.

For example, instead of manually controlling lights, thermostats, and other devices individually, you can initiate one command and everything happens at once. For example, you can set up a single routine that sets everything the way you want it when you leave the house or go to bed for the night.

Some smart home devices allow you to control them with various indicators, such as the time of day, the temperature outside, the temperature set on the thermostat, etc.

For example, you can automatically turn off your smart thermostat when the outside temperature reaches a certain point. So, if you have the AC on but it’s 65 degrees outside (which is certainly cool enough without AC), you can turn off the thermostat, and even send you a notification asking you to open the windows.

Likewise, you can set your porch light to automatically turn on and off based on when the sun sets and rises. Not every smart home device can do this, but some models can determine your location and determine when the sun sets and rises in your area. From there, it will turn your smart light bulb on and off in your driveway light accordingly.

After all, there are a lot more ways to control smart home devices than you might think—they’re not just devices you can control from your phone, but in a variety of ways. And in general, sometimes you don’t need to control anything. Just set some settings and let it automate everything for you, and this is where smart home technology shines first.

Security System and Its Features in a Smart Home

Even armored doors do not provide as much confidence in home protection as smart security systems. By setting up a home security system, you will be able to:

  • receive SMS notifications when the alarm is “set/removed”;
  • receive a photo from a video surveillance camera on your phone when the alarm detects suspicious movement near the house;
  • watch videos from cameras online;
  • block all the doors of the house on a timer from a smartphone or a bedside switch;
  • set the alarm even when you are at home.

Temperature Control and Comfortable Inner Climate

If during the heating season, the air in the house is much drier than the body needs, or it is not possible to adjust the temperature of the batteries, the “smart house” system provides for temperature regulation. With the help of this system, you can:

  • manage the network climate control system;
  • automatically or manually control heating devices;
  • save energy consumption;
  • turn on the economy mode in case of a long absence.

Your Bathroom with Intelligent Function

Intelligent technologies did not bypass the bathroom, which is one of the most functional rooms in the house. When developing solutions, engineers need to consider three aspects at once: safety, comfort, and mood. And today they are quite successful. In any case, the options they offer are impressive:

  • mirrors with automatic illumination and built-in TV screens;
  • intelligent regulation of water and air temperature;
  • tracking the filling of the bathtub with the function of automatic shutdown;
  • intelligent demister (splash catcher) that protects against water splashes and wet floors.
  • Interestingly, modern digital technologies allow you to save a set of smart bath settings for each member of the family.

Also of interest are “smart” ovens that automatically select the temperature for each individual dish and adjust food heating depending on the preferences of family members. There are also “smart” bars, mixers, pressure cookers, and even special kitchen music stations that not only delight with their stunning functionality but also impress with their stylish hi-tech design.

The integration of technology into our everyday life turns the home into a reliable and sensitive assistant, which makes it much easier to solve household problems, take care of your own safety, and feel absolutely comfortable at any time of the day.

Author Bio:

Hayley Mann is a technology enthusiast specializing in automation methods of ergonomics devices. Her engineering background helps her to create interesting articles on technical topics, making them understandable for all readers.

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