Home Automation (Internet of things)
The internet of things is set of disrupt the way we live and work, but for now let’s focus on the “live” portion of that statement
Smart homes filled with connected products are loaded with possibilities to make our live easier, more convenient and more comfortable. Imagine that you are driving home on a hot summer day, but rather than to turn on the air conditioner when you reached home, you could turn on from outside and ask your thermostat to set the temperature.
Or imagine , your car could have access to your calendar and already know the best route to take. What if your alarm clock wakes up you at 6 a.m and then notifies your coffee maker to start brewing coffee for you. What if your home appliances already knew when it was running low on supplies and automatically re-ordered more. When your wearable devices you used in the workplace could tell you when and where you were most active and productive and shared information with other devices that you used while working?
According analyst nearby 2020 there will be 26 billion connected devices. The IoT is a giant network connected things (include people) together.