Internet of Things (IoT)

Iot home automation, once a pipe dream, is slowly but surely becoming a reality in people’s lives all around the world. In fact, the global market for smart home automation is expected to reach $40 billion by 2020. When you consider the comfort and ease that smart home gadgets provide, this isn’t unexpected. Because these IoT devices are networked, managing numerous operations becomes easier. In fact, according to Rushabh Patel, founder and CEO of Siddhi InfoSoft, IoT home gadgets can help save money, energy, and time. The Internet of Things now powers a wide range of devices. Thermostats, refrigerators, security systems, and even dryers and kettles are among them.

IOT Home Automation – Smart Homes and Internet of Things

Let’s take a deeper look at the Internet of Things (IoT) before moving on. The term “Internet of Things” refers to all technologies that allow a device to connect to the Internet. Such systems are reliant on data collection. The information is then utilised to monitor, control, and transfer data to other devices over the internet. This enables certain actions to be launched automatically whenever certain circumstances exist. Consider the smart kettle as an example. Once the kettle reaches a certain temperature, it can be programmed to switch off automatically. It may also send the user a notification about it. Apply the same principle to your entire home and all of your devices. That is an IoT-enabled smart home. Rather than having to manually go up to the device and take action, those actions can be performed with the push of a button. Most smart IoT home automation gadgets these days can be controlled using an app or even voice commands. Consider what it would be like if you didn’t have to do any of these things. To put it another way, the smart house will know when to execute particular activities and will do so automatically. This is where home automation’s future lies. Here are some scenarios that could happen in the future if IoT keeps progressing rapidly, like this.  

Lighting

We all know that smart lighting is all the rage these days. These lights can easily be programmed to turn on and off, as well as to alter their intensity. It is feasible, though, that this may be carried a step farther in the future. The lights can respond to other actions you take if you have IoT enabled across your home. The lighting, for example, might react to your home theatre. When you start viewing a movie, they can switch off or dim. Further, they may react to the type of film being shown. They can, for example, switch off completely if the lights detect that you are viewing a horror film, creating the appropriate atmosphere.

Doors

Doors may also become smarter in the future. Imagine them just opening and closing as you enter or exit using them. This might be done with the help of a smart device or facial recognition. This can be taken a step further by having the rest of the house act in unison with your entry. The lights, for example, may turn on as soon as you walk through the door. They can also be turned off if you are leaving.

Windows

Windows has the potential to grow smarter as well. Imagine them opening and shutting the shutters automatically when the sun rises and sets. You might even be able to set them to automatically close when it rains. Consider the example of a home movie from before. When you’re viewing a movie, you can lower the curtains.

Thermostat

You may now use applications to regulate your house thermostat from afar. You might not even need to do that in the future. If you get close to your house, the thermostat will detect it. It will then assess the temperature in the room as well as the outside temperature and establish the appropriate setting for you. It may even be able to detect when you are showering or exercising and adjust accordingly.

Gardens

With IoT, even your gardens could become smarter in the future. IoT sensors will be able to be placed in the garden. These sensors can activate the irrigation system if they sense soil dryness. If the grass reaches a specific height, robotic lawnmowers can be deployed automatically.

Hence proved that IoT is an amazing technology that could really bless us in the future in everything we will do. So we should be prepared for all the amazing advancements that are about to come.

By delisha