Do you live in a smart home?
If not, you will soon.
Technology continues to advance at an extremely rapid rate. The tech we interact with on a daily basis is constantly getting better, faster, and cheaper thanks to Moore’s Law.
Moore’s Law, originally coined by Gordon Moore (founder of Intel), states that the speed and power of microchips will double every 24 months. This has been true for over 50 years and continues to be the case.
Because the technology around us is getting smaller and more powerful, the uses of new and improved technologies are continuing to develop and expand as well. Enter smart home.
A smart home is created when items around the house become connected in one way or another. For example, connected thermostats, light bulbs, and security systems are just a few of the many smart home applications.
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Since technology is continuing to improve and expand, there are becoming more and more ways it is impacting our lives. The smart home infographic below illustrates some interesting facts, figures, and predictions for the growing smart home industry. Simply put, if you currently do not have any smart home devices, you will likely have many in the future. All thanks to Moore’s Law.
As the smart home infographic above illustrates, smart homes will continue to get smarter and more pervasive in our lives as the technology powering them continues to improve.
The possibilities will truly become endless. It is only a matter of time before smart home technologies will be unavoidable within our homes and everyday lives. The rate of acceleration will help make smart home integrations seamless within our daily lives.
How have smart home technologies changed or improved your life? Leave a comment below to get the discussion going.
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