As smart home technology gets progressively smarter and more accessible that anyone can benefit from a smart house, especially families with kids or elderly parent.

As smart home technology gets progressively smarter and more accessible that anyone can benefit from a smart house, especially families with kids or elderly parent.

Smart home system can be described as the remote management of house functions such as air-conditioning, smart security systems and lighting through an app on a smartphone, as well as monitoring through cameras and sensors. It is all meant to save time and energy.

“It’s been predicted the average Australian household will have more than 30 connected devices by 2021.

So what are the ways smart home technology can benefit families?

Parents

According to a homeowners’ survey completed by Alarm.com in 2016, which surveyed 1022 homeowners in the US, 65 per cent of homeowning parents are interested in adopting smart home technology.

 

With outdoor camera above  front door can see who is at door and give them access to the home remotely. When visitors are expected, they can create a customised passcode for them to use.

With indoor cameras they can watch the kids come home from school

these features aren’t science fiction movies  anymore ,many of us already using it .

Smart home systems can also display trends in a household’s energy use, again providing users with the statistics they need to recognise their peak consumption times and plan for and adjust their use accordingly.

Teenagers

Smart home technology can be used to stream music remotely or control a room using only your voice – features which  appeal to teens.

If teenagers are home alone for the night, parents can check on who’s coming to the door  via devices such as video doorbells, and intercept callers without letting them know there are children alone in the house.They can monitor what they are doing  at home.

 

Children

children require a lot of supervision, as well as a regular routine. Smart homes can help by making every day parenting tasks easier.

Parents can program the television power supply so children can only watch it at certain times, and motion sensors and timed devices can enforce a nightly ‘lights-off’.

The kids don’t have to worry about reaching up to turn a light on and it doesn’t matter if they forget to turn them off when they leave a room.

At smart home Sydney and smart home perth our experienced team are ready to convert any ordinary home to a smart home. For more information about smart home automation  visit www.smartesthome.com.au

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