An intelligent home learns and works around you, observing your lifestyle, which rooms you spend the most time in and how you use heating and lighting. Multimedia and household appliances interact and can be controlled remotely. In an intelligent home, devices use data, analytics, and sensors to work automatically around your habits.
Intelligent home technology is based on smart home devices and technology. Consumers need to adopt an intelligent home system that enables them to control heating, lights, security systems, smart TVs, and other appliances. For instance, an intelligent home can learn behaviors and make sure the house is cooled down by the time homeowners arrive from work.
Housing developers also play a part in this process. They should take into account building intelligent homes since this makes properties attractive to home buyers. Consumers are interested in remotely controlling their home security and temperature systems.
Intelligent home systems and services are supported by key enabling technologies such as cloud computing, IoT (Internet of Things), big data and analytics. These homes will be very useful for certain segments of the population, like the elderly who want to live independently for longer, having a home that intelligently looks after them, monitors them, and makes sure they are comfortable and healthy.
Some actions that you can take to make your home intelligent are:
The intelligent home is the next stage of evolution beyond connected and smart household devices. It is the next step in how our homes will be designed and function in the future. The intelligent home learns the behaviors and preferences of the occupants of the home.