20:25 15 August 2017
Gadgets and technology, just like clothes and food, have become basic necessities in our lives. In this day and age, driving without getting help from Waze would make you feel like you’re a lost soul while not being able to watch the newest episode of Game of Thrones on a smart TV will make you definitely left out.
However, if there’s one technology that has immensely changed the way we lived, it is smart home automation technology. We have gone a long way since the Clap On, Clap Off Light. Now, we have smart thermometers, robotic vacuums, and LED toilets; just some of the innovations that enhance our user experience and provide us with enormous benefits such as improved safety and cost-savings.
The reliability of these innovations is further enhanced by Internet of Things (IoT), which allows devices to be connected with each other so they can communicate on their own and perform mundane tasks around the house with minimal instructions from you. For example, you can set up your coffee maker to start brewing once your morning alarm goes off. This saves you enormous time while preparing for work while ensuring that you won’t go without your early morning boost of caffeine.
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