Not long ago, maybe you remember, mostat-
The home task is done by hand.
From vacuuming carpets and cooking dinner to turning on the lights and adjusting the temperature in the room, all day-to-
Daily housework requires a certain degree of physical labor.
These days are fleeting as the fast-growing technology industry continues to roll out new conveniences triggered by sensors, computers, timers and our voices.
"Smart" and "connected.
Society has become accustomed to describing the latest beautiful equipment in simplified technical terms, but have you stopped to think about what it all means?
The terms of intelligence and connectivity are easy to use, but the truth is that they are not exactly the same.
Here are the differences between these similar technical terms: feel free to know: How smart homes work for you all day in November 1, 2014, Michael E.
Professor of Business Administration at Harvard University, Potter and James E.
Heppelmann, CEO, PTC, computer software company
In the Harvard Business Review, the difference between connected technology and intelligent technology was broken.
As described in the duet, the connected devices have ports, antennas and protocols that facilitate communication between the product and its operating environment.
In short, "connected devices can share data directly with other devices through the network," said Rick Kowalski, senior manager of industrial and business intelligence at the Consumer Technology Association.
Data transmission can be one-way or two-way.
"Simple door and window sensors that track the state of your home's entrance are an example of connecting devices," said Kovalski.
If the window or door is half open, these devices will only let you know.
On the other hand, intelligent technology is often more complex.
These devices include sensors, microprocessor, data storage, control, software, and often embedded operating systems.
"Not only can smart devices be connected," said Kovalski.
"Smart devices usually have an operating system that allows you to connect to other information services, entertainment services, or applications.
For example, take a smartphone.
The device not only allows you to browse the internet and make phone calls, but also allows you to connect to apps that unlock unlimited possibilities.
New rules: "Don't call me before texting" and other rules for digital eraSome wireless home speakers are fully connected, allowing you to play music from your smartphone via Bluetooth connection, and others that can be controlled through Amazon's cloud --
Voice Assistant (Alexa)
"The speakers didn't become" smart "until they added digital assistants to provide answers to our questions, access to our music services, and the ability to control smart home devices," said Kovalski ".
Smart home sounds like a good idea.
So why is it still so complicated?
Consumer technology expert Kovalski says the term for smart homes and connected homes has evolved to be used interchanges.
Real smart home is equipped with lighting, heating or electronic devices that can be controlled remotely
When you leave your home
By computer, tablet or smartphone.
Using technology inside your home, you can control and see what's going on in your home, even if you don't use a website or app on your smartphone, tablet or computer.
For example, if you are waiting for delivery during your time out, you can install a home camera that allows you to check in at the front porch.
When your package arrives, you can see this way, or even if you are away, interact with the people who come to your door.
Smart thermostats are smart because they can make calculation decisions based on other system components, such as room temperature adjustments previously built by owners
Algorithms and sensors.
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Smart TVs can access the Internet and improve their performance through applications --
Like a smartphone or tablet.
"Dumb" or ordinary TV is not made with these functions.
However, like normal TV, smart TV has many shapes and sizes and you can get LCD or plasma TV.
If you want to go online, you have to connect your computer or laptop to a traditional TV beforebased content.
Now, thanks to the third
Party hardware devices such as Google Chromecast, Apple TV and Roku, normal TV can become smarter.
Still, real smart TVs can use streaming services built into Netflix and YouTube.
Also known as the Internet of Things, refers to the connection between devices and the Internet.
These devices cover a wide range of connected appliances, connected cars, wearable technology, smart health and fitness, security cameras, smart TVs, smart clothing, smart homes, smart cities, and all services here. above.
With the development of the internet of things in the next few years, more devices will be added to this list.