Smart houses have gone a long way – from futuristic concepts and expensive gadgets to systems available to a growing consumer group. What are smart houses capable of?
Effective comfort and security
A smart house also changes the way people use Smart TV or audio system functions. It makes it possible to control these devices from any place at home through your phone. In addition, the system can automatically close the blinds and turn off the lights, thus creating the right atmosphere for movie screening. Security cameras and anti-theft systems protect the house from robbers, whereas smoke or flood sensors will help to avoid fire or the consequences of plumbing failure. Thanks to complete security systems like DLJM System, which is a device integrator for smart houses made in Kraków, it is possible to remotely observe what is happing at home, e.g. when on a longer vacation.
Caring about ecology
Smart houses are adjusted to the needs and lifestyle of their dwellers, e.g. by regulating temperature it is possible to save 30% of energy needed to heat a house. This not only results in home budget savings, but also positively effects the environment. Effective and controlled energy consumption is the foundation of a highly technically advanced and ecological building, which on a larger scale – in the case of implementation of such systems in housing estates or cities – can be of great importance for environmental protection. Although nowadays the installation of a smart home system is still a big investment, this technology will certainly gain popularity over the next couple of years.