Smart Home Technology Can Make your House Safer!

By CIOReview | Monday, July 1, 2019

Smart homes provide a sophisticated ecosystem that includes interlinked keypads, motion detectors, and alarms to personalize the security according to the requirements of the households.

FREMONT, CA: Some technical skeptics believe smart home to be just a fancy word in the developmental dictionary. Smart home technology has come a long way from only functioning lights and fans to seamlessly controlling the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem. The best part from the evolution of smart homes is the integration of high-tech, wireless, monitoring system into the buildings. Smart homes provide a sophisticated ecosystem that includes interlinked keypads, motion detectors, and alarms to personalize the security according to the requirement of the households.

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Providing Door-to-Door Security

To find the weakest point where asset intersects with security, step outside your front door. Doorways are the most natural target for breaching and intruding inside your place. Once it’s breached most of the hurdles get eliminated for the criminals, so protection of gateways is of prime importance.

Smart homes are providing millions of house owners an easy to install video doorbells which enable them to not only speak and listen but also visualize whoever is at the door. Smartphones linked with embedded door cameras provide an added extension to security as the owner can facilitate and visualize the visitors in real-time when they are out traveling.

Reinventing Locks

Most tangible benefits received from smart homes are the renovation of traditional door locks. Sensors from doors provide continuous and thorough security checks which are regularly notified in smartphones. Automatic locking and unlocking application by analyzing visitor’s images eliminates the hefty burden of carrying keys and locks.      

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Voice-Controlled Assistance

Virtual assistance powered by artificial intelligence is gaining its momentum with the introduction of Siri, Alexa, and Google homes into the market. Integrating AI-powered voice and virtual assistance as sophisticated as it may sound is practically unlocking various applications in the security framework. Furthermore, virtual assistance is continuously gathering information from the user to safeguard the priced position and distribute the entire security evenly within the smart home.