The Domination of Home Automation in 2015

Automation was one of the biggest stars in the latest Consumer Electronics Show. There were a number of big names touting their new products, which led to a bit of confusion about what was the best out there. However, the fact is there is one clear trend to the future of home security and efficiency and that is automation.

Believe it or not, this picture ofSmart Clothing home automation is more focused on the practical rather than the luxurious. Rather than the futuristic idea that all your appliances and devices will work together seamlessly, the practical picture is one where the home security system is the center with a number of practical devices – such as light bulbs, thermostats, locks and video – being easily controlled all with the touch of a few buttons on your smart device.

In addition to home security, the show also saw a number of wearable technologies that are developing quickly and are designed to track your activity, such as, smart clothing that will replace a personal trainer and skin sensors that will let you know when you are ill.

The bottom line is the latest trending technology is all moving toward automation
– moving away from manual, people-based interactions that are used today. that!

Did You Lock Your Door this Morning? The Benefits of Remote Access and Keyless Entry

If you are like a number of people getting your kids to school and getting ready for work and finally rushing out the door leaves you half way to your destination wondering if you locked the door. 

The good news is that with the latest in home technology, you can have remote access, to have peace of mind that, yes, your door is locked. Keyless Entry

When you install a remote access feature for your door lock, you will have the ability to both lock and unlock your doors from anywhere via your tablet, smart phone or other internet connected device. Some of the other benefits of this technology are here.

Notification when someone comes in your home. You can program your remote access to send alerts when your loved ones get home and monitor people who go in and out. This could be a baby sitter, house keeper or contractor.

Control the times that other people can come into your home. Do you have someone to work in or on your home at a certain time? If so, you can create custom codes and a schedule that will only allow that person to have access to your home during those particular times.

Be prepared or any unexpected or unplanned events. If you are away, on the road or on vacation and something goes wrong or happens inside your home, you can provide remote access on a temporary basis to anyone who needs to get inside.

This technology gives you peace of mind and complete control of the security of your home and family.