The kitchen has become one of the most multifaceted areas of the home. You cook in them, entertain in them, relax in them and, yes indeed, you have to clean them. As a result, it’s one of the first places you should consider integrating electronic systems
These add-ons needed be expensive. You can start with something as simple as a motion sensor that activates the lights in the pantry automatically when you open the door, or put in a more sophisticated system that can stream music to speakers in the kitchen and elsewhere. Go for lighting control, home control, even large touchpanels that double as TV screens.
The boundaries of home automation in your Phoenix home stretch farther than you might imagine and go well beyond the ability to control lighting, security, heating/cooling, and AV entertainment systems from a smartphone or a tablet. With the help of Artis
Home automation systems use technology in the home to help complete tasks automatically and with the main objective is to make life easier, safer and better.
It is becoming more common for homeowners to have home automation installed to control different areas of their house. Technology in home automation systems are advancing at an incredible pace and it is just getting easier to use every day.
Hand-held remote has been the main way of operating TVs and electronics gear for more than a half a century, and probably will remain so for the coming future, even as tactile buttons slowly give way to touch screens that emulate smartphone-like swipe and
Product designers started developing new, hands-free ways to operate electronics devices using eye tracking, gesture control, and voice, which has found its sweet spot thanks to Apple’s Siri.