We have home automation for the electronics in your home. (Call Today: +971 4 234 7303) All these devices are connected to the Internet so that they can be controlled remotely with the help of a remote. With home automation, all devices can trigger each other, so you don’t need to manually help them with apps or voice assistants.
For example, you can set a schedule for when you want to turn off your lights, or you can turn on your AC about an hour before you return home so that you can feel cooler when you come home.
Internet of Things vs. Home Automation
The Internet of Things, commonly known as IoT, is any device that connects to the Internet that devices are connected to the Internet, and which normally are not. For example, a smart light bulb that you can turn on and off through an app. All home automation devices are IoT devices, which can be driven to trigger each other. So while IoT refers to the devices themselves, home automation is what you can do with IoT devices to make your life a little easier.
Home automation system installations are the most complex type of installation. Home automation system installations are challenging to design and install, but they can also provide the greatest benefits in terms of efficiency, cost, energy savings and convenience.
What Is A Smart Home?
A smart home is one that includes automated, Internet of Things devices connected to a mobile application. Using these IoT devices, users can control many things in their home including lights, security systems, and appliances. More and more homes are being built with automation from basic construction, but technically, any home with an internet connection and IoT devices is called a smart home.
How Does Home Automation Work?
Home automation works through a network of devices that are connected to the Internet through various communication protocols, i.e. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and others. Via electronic interfaces, devices can be managed remotely via controllers, either voice assistants or apps such as Alexa or Google Assistant. Many of these IoT devices have sensors that monitor changes in motion, temperature, and lighting so that the user can obtain information about the device’s surroundings. To make physical changes to the device, the user triggers actuators, physical mechanisms such as smart light switches, motorized valves or motors that allow the devices to be controlled remotely.
Home automation works on three levels: