Connect your devices and enjoy the convenience. For example, if you have a smart refrigerator, you can connect it to your smartphone so it sends an alert when you’re running low on your favorite food. Then you can connect those devices to your Amazon account and re-order. Easy-peasy.

Touch panels can be used to perform tasks such as turning up the heat or changing the channel on your television. You can find options that are cleverly disguised as an attractive decoration.

  • Smart Appliances: Speaking smart refrigerators, smart stoves, coffee makers, and other appliances can make working in the kitchen that much more enjoyable, too. And they offer a great range of functionality. For example, if you’re running late at work, you can tell your stove to preheat while you’re on your way so it’ll be ready for that casserole.
  • Smart Thermostat: A smart thermostat senses when you’re home: it can automatically adjust the temperature to your specifications, and you don’t have to do a thing.  You can even control it remotely. Auto shut-off and energy efficient operations add up to savings.
  • Voice Control: Hey, Google: turn up the music. Digital assistants are becoming integral parts of many households. They can perform a variety of functions, from setting a timer to giving you the latest weather forecast.
  • Wireless Charging: Never lose a charger again or go without a boost when you need it. Ditch the wires and cables and opt for a wireless charging system. These handy pads charge your devices when they are placed on it, and again, they can be disguised as a decoration or even be integrated into furniture. Clear the clutter!
  • Robots: Move over, Jetsons. Robots are coming home. Many are used for cleaning, but you can find smart pets if you want to boost home security or enjoy a pet even if you have allergies.
  • Security: Forgot to lock your door before leaving for work? No problem. Your smartphone can help when you have a wi-fi based security system. You can also open the door to allow a guest or trusted service worker in when you’re not home, turn on the lights, and even feed your pets. That is smart security!
  • Smart Lighting: Smart lighting conserves energy and can save you on energy costs. It does so much more than this, though. It can also set the perfect mood. Many people struggle with falling asleep at night or getting up in the morning. This can drain your energy and patience for days at a time. Smart lighting can be programmed to emulate the light outside.Our bodies still respond to natural changes in lighting. In the morning, for instance, you need more intense light to feel awake and refreshed. As the sun sets, we grow tired. As it rises, we wake up at a certain pace. Using harsh lights until just before bedtime and first thing in the morning can be disruptive to your sleep and waking cycle. At night, you need to block out the blue light for a restful sleep. You can set your system to accommodate you seamlessly and choose different tones and hues that suit your mood or purposes (e.g. reading, dining, etc.). By programming lights to emulate the light and light temperature outside, it helps many people to fall into more natural sleep rhythms.

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