Home automation is more than a buzz word; it’s a new architectural and real estate reality. Home automation words do not merely encompass the Jetsons crazy, futuristic inventions that render humans working at small tasks unnecessarily. Let’s face we like our technology, and we like to feel like we control it, and not the other way around. View in this contest, it is no wonder that Transparency Market Research projects that home automation will become a $21.6 billion global industry by 2020.
The AH Marketing Group took a look at the latest trends, and where our client MirroCool fits in the picture.
Imagine a world where your home keeps your kids safer. Your home emails you or sends you a text when your kids get home from school and lets you know in a commanding tone that an individual has left the gate open to the pool. A world where you can go away on vacation at peace because you can check your home’s security cameras via your iPhone, turn on and off your alarm system. A home that lets you save money and water with a multitude of cost-saving functions, such as a mechanism that senses rain is coming and shut off your sprinklers shut, and knows which rooms are empty and powers off the lights, music and turns down the HVAC to that area to save energy.