Smart Devices Drive Energy Efficiency

Whether we like it or not, the future of our homes is connected. Known as the smart home, we have the opportunity to remotely control a number of gadgets or connected devices — phones, tablets, computers, and voice-controlled assistants. From controlling our HVAC, lighting, and security systems, to indoor and outdoor cameras, smoke detectors, temperature sensors, water leak sensors, and automatic shut-off valves, all of these devices can be programmed to work together.

Whether we like it or not, the future of our homes is connected. Known as the smart home, we have the opportunity to remotely control a number of gadgets or connected devices — phones, tablets, computers, and voice-controlled assistants. From controlling our HVAC, lighting, and security systems, to indoor and outdoor cameras, smoke detectors, temperature sensors, water leak sensors, and automatic shut-off valves, all of these devices can be programmed to work together.

 

Whether we like it or not, the future of our homes is connected. Known as the smart home, we have the opportunity to remotely control a number of gadgets or connected devices — phones, tablets, computers, and voice-controlled assistants. From controlling our HVAC, lighting, and security systems, to indoor and outdoor cameras, smoke detectors, temperature sensors, water leak sensors, and automatic shut-off valves, all of these devices can be programmed to work together.