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Equipping a building with a set of equipment that is designed and implemented to increase efficiency and productivity and create a pleasant environment for its residents is called building intelligence. In general, all smart home devices are connected to each other and can be controlled by a central device from anywhere in the house and even away from home.

In smart homes, proprietary systems such as Z-Wave Zigbee, KNX and Control4 are used.

You can control home appliances via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Each of these systems has its advantages and disadvantages, which are adjusted according to your needs and what you want to do.

Advantages of a smart home:

Smart Home You can also set schedules for your home appliances, so some things will be done automatically at certain times of the day. Even some of these smart devices are memorable and learn from what you do, so with a little less activity you can do a lot of things automatically on your home.

In addition to comfort, smart homes also increase energy efficiency. An example is Nest’s smart thermostat. This thermostat teaches you how hot or cold your home should be and automatically adjusts the temperature. Also, when you are not at home, this thermostat is in “remote” mode and less energy will be consumed by adjusting the home temperature.

Smart Home One of the smart devices you may be most familiar with is smart TVs, which are connected to the Internet and can be used to view a variety of content. You can easily download movies, play games or share something on social media.