Home Automation Specialist, Technology Integrator, Custom Electronics Dealer
Home Automation is a gradual process of integrating smart home devices into a home, a notable problem, however, is that the longer one takes to transform their home, the faster the technology becomes outdated. In the technology industry, a new technological gadget is subject to innovation in a bid to make it versatile, smaller in size, or multipurpose.
Hi there, my name is Jackson Miller, I am a home automation specialist certified to create various innovative solutions across various technologies. I hold a mid-level certificate as a Microsoft certified systems Engineer, and apart from the smart home technology, I also offer solutions as regards business intelligence, server infrastructure enterprise devices among other things that are in line with my certification.
The move from traditional homes to smart homes started back in the late 1990s, over time the gadgets and devices used to create smart homes have become easier to find and affordable, but the knowledge on how to integrate the latest smart home devices in the smart homes is still lacking. What’s more, is that it has become almost impossible to keep track of the new gadgets introduced in the market every other day and that is why we are here.
HomeTech Revolution has been keeping track of the number of homes that have transitioned to smart homes, with the recent statistics standing at about 15million, at least by the end of 2016. The target, however, is that by 2021 about 28% of all households in America will have embraced the smart home concept.
Our problem, however, is not only about transitioning from the traditional homes, but also keeping up with the new technologies. There are, therefore, new trends that people need to be on the look-out for in 2021 going forward, for example, the décor friendly smart devices. The latter has been long overdue, as most of the smart devices have over time not been designed to integrate with home décor.
Other interesting technologies that folks should be on the look-out for are such as low power Wi-Fi conversion devices that have been configured to run on battery power. The idea, therefore, is to come up with affordable smart grids, which will work by integrating most of the traditional home electronic devices. In essence is that running your home will be minimized to a small screen held at the palm of your hands, but with some of the most user-friendly, easy to integrate, and décor friendly technological devices.
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