Tomorrow’s smart home is taking shape now. With so many possibilities in home automation emerging weekly, where does one start? Today’s article puts entertainment aside for a moment and brings health, independence, and reliability to the forefront.
The smart home of the future never loses power. Solar, battery, generator energy microgrids are accessible for everyone. Available for small and large residential and commercial dwellings, the microgrids ensure such little downtime in the event of an outage, you might never know power was lost from the main grid. Solar energy is gathered during optimal sunlight hours and stored in the battery with a generator as a back up if electricity to the dwelling is ever lost. So you make and store your own power to run your smart home. Offering you more independence and reliability.
Pure water is delivered through every faucet, analyzing every molecule that passes through the filtration system. When the filter needs to be changed, the homeowner is alerted immediately. It is nearly impossible to avoid chemicals and dissolved solids that are hazardous to health and wellbeing in water from the tap. Imagine knowing without a doubt your water is crystal clear, alkaline, and mineral balanced, delivering vibrant hydration at all times.
The smart home of the future delivers quality air and you never even have to think about it. Without proper filtration, air quality inside the home is at least slightly worse than the air outside. Why not make it significantly better? Climate control and air filtration go hand-in-hand in a smart home.
Home automation systems control the temperature and humidity in each room individually, balancing temperatures independently in each space regardless of heat and cold exchange from windows or technology. Temperature is adjusted for absolute comfort every hour of the day and night. And at the same time, air is filtered for purity, eliminating allergens coming in from outside as well as toxins from inorganic materials inside.
Futuristic lighting technology is capable of balancing our natural bio-rhythms. We now spend the majority of our waking hours inside homes and offices. Our bodies are far less regulated by the sunlight and moonlight than is optimal. Instead, the lights above us and screens in front of us tell our bodies what time it is. So our bio-rhythms are confused by a lack of natural light stimulation.
Smart home control systems are capable of providing the light color and temperature we actually need for appropriate sleep and wake cycles. Preset scenes adjust the spectrum throughout the day and night to mimic sun and moonlight. Smart lighting is a valuable tool for increasing quality of sleep, waking rested, and feeling more alert throughout the day.
For the smart home of the future security is about so much more than just valuables contained within the home. New technology tells you who or what is on your doorstep through specialized cameras. You can access doorbell speakers through your tablet or smartphone to speak to whoever has come up to the door. Facial recognition systems tell you who has entered your home. And you can even watch your fur babies throughout the day.
Home automation controls will let you know if you’ve left a window or door open. Voice commands through your smartphone can also allow you to disarm your security system and open the entry doors in preparation for your arrival. Home security is now like having a private butler.
Your home is a sanctuary. A place to start the day with ease and to end the day in complete relaxation. All with the assurance that your health points are increasing at the same time. Technology for health and autonomy are the foundation for a responsive automated home. But here is the exciting part, you can have the smart home of the future, today.
Responsive Living, the term coined by Acoustic Architects founders, Aaron Flint and Spencer Hauldren, is the concept of seamlessly enhancing the client’s unique lifestyle using smart home technology. Responsive Living allows you to interact with your space via touch input, voice command, and predictive automation, placing you in full control of your home.
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