7 things that are getting smarter in IoT era

7 things that are getting smarter in IoT era

7 things that are getting smarter in IoT era

Internet of Things is surrounded with a lot of buzz, which is there for a reason. It is one of the most revolutionary technologies and it is the closest we’ve come to predicting our future. Of course, the IoT is not based on spells and witchcraft (it’s way scarier than that), but on machine-to-machine communication, cloud computing and networks of small sensors, which collect and analyze data. In this article we’ll share some of things and processes that will change in the IoT Era.

Today you can monitor home security cameras from your smartphone screen. More advanced home security systems go even further. They come with different types of sensors that control air quality, motion, sound, vibration and temperature. These systems use machine learning to determine the normal activity in your home and they send alerts to your smartphone, when something out of the ordinary occurs. Because of their smart machine learning approach, home security systems that are based on IoT concept drastically reduce the incidence of false alarms.

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Even our beds will become smart. At the moment you can buy several types of sleep trackers from the ones that come in the form of bracelet and measure your heart rate and blood pressure to smart mattresses that can connect to home automation systems, prepare your bed temperature, track your heart and breathing rate and wake you up in the morning. These special mattresses also collect information about your sleep and give you recommendations for improving your bed rest.

Recently several companies released Wi-Fi enabled sensors that can connect to the home electrical panel and control and track your energy use. These small sensors recognize all appliances and gadgets by their “power signatures” and can monitor the energy use and brake it down to every single device. They will allow you to have a deep look into your monthly energy use, to recognize and deal with critical points and to save money on utility bills. Same as many other home security and home automation systems, these sensors learn to interpret the activity of your home devices and send warnings when incidents happen.

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All-in-one smart home automation systems can control several home appliances at once.

 



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