Adapting to lifestyle
Smart homes and offices adapt continuously to the occupant’s needs and changing lifestyle. Increasingly, home appliances are becoming intelligent. In a smart house, all of these systems and devices communicate with each other — and with the outside world — via a network. But what makes a house really smart is its central brain. This built-in intelligence learns from our daily routine and autonomously adapts its decisions to make our lives more comfortable. Smart houses are already technologically and commercially viable. And the market is growing. As time progresses, new sensors will become available and more complex designs can be considered. Access to electricity, telephone, TV, and data everywhere in the house is becoming the standard.