In a country where 1 in 5 has a disability, smart homes give some an independent and comfortable lifestyle that used to be impossible with the impacts of their disabilities.
With a growing number of smart homes across the United States, owning or renting property is quickly beginning to see changes that have already been experienced by other facets of American life.
Created by a French startup, Hydrao First is a connected shower head which helps monitoring the bathroom water consumption.
Nora is a convenient device for people who want to track and control their snoring and their sleep. Forget the snoring masks, dentures or nose strip. The device is contact-free.
With Earth Day quickly approaching, it’s no surprise that our social media newsfeeds have been filled with statistics on energy usage in the U.S. After digesting some of the scarier facts, we took a look at some of the impacts home automation and smart devices can have on the energy usage of your home.
Fibaro Swipe is a nice accessory for your smart home. Designed as a picture frame, the device lets you control your smart home with gestures.
Ekko is a connected mirror, introduced by Miliboo last year and presented at the CES 2017. Besides being a mirror, Ekko also displays data from the internet such as the weather forecast, the road traffic or beauty advice.
When we were at the CES 2017, we couldn't miss Shadecraft's stand, with its outstanding presentation of the Sunflower. Sunflower is an autonomous robotic shade or umbrella that you can place outdoors. Expected for this summer, the shade will contain an incredible number of technologies.
Conceived by an English startup, LaMetric Time is a small connected clock of rectangular shape. With its many features, the smart clock is a nice accessory for your smart home.