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You can have a WiFi camera that you can see from an app on your mobile phone. Nice. You can have another app to open and close your curtains. OK.  You can use a third app to turn on or off some special lights. Not bad.

 

You can have a WiFi camera that you can see from an app on your mobile phone. Nice. You can have another app to open and close your curtains. OK.  You can use a third app to turn on or off some special lights. Not bad.

However, is this really the dream of what automating your home is all about?  What if we think about this in a broader sense and on very practical terms.  An automated home where things work together, not on separate systems that do not communicate with each other.  One where every device and service can create a series of actions based on what you want to happen.  And, by the way, make it easy for you to set up, control and use effortlessly every day. 

I think you’ll agree that this is more like what automating your home should be. 

But, let’s not stop there.  Not diverging from the practical and real terms of what this should mean, if you include your entertainment, health care, education, data storage, security, energy management, etc.  You begin to see that this is not about buying a ‘disco’ light bulb, or a talking thermostat, but about truly connected devices that integrate into your life, the way you live.  The Lounge, The Bedroom, The Kitchen, The Garden and The Garage are all part of your one holistic home.

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