More Than Flying Robots, What’s HOT in Tech That You Can Actually Use?

The Answer Could Come From Your Appliances!r

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The Smart Home industry is predicted to reach $40 billion by 2020, and more than half of Americans surveyed said that having smart products in their house saves time – nearly 6 hours each month.  (Source: https://www.alarms.org/smart-home-statistics/)   Thanks to open source platforms, products can now talk with one another to provide real benefits to homeowners including your oven turning off when your smoke detector engages. 

Whether it’s controlling your thermostat remotely, checking your laundry status by voice, or seeing who’s at the door without having to leave the comfort of your couch, more people are turning to smart home solutions.

Your spouse may not be fond of chores, but your connected washer can’t wait to help out. With the ability to download software updates and interact with other smart home devices, connected appliances are becoming a true partner in the home.  These appliances can:

  • repair themselves without having to wait for a service call,
  • order dishwasher pods when supply is low, and
  • preheat an oven while you gather ingredients at the store.
  • And MORE

There are also great health benefits to this customization including keeping track of special dietary needs. With connected appliances owners can filter out recipe selections that aren’t gluten-free or dairy-free. 

This isn’t tech for tech sake, this is taking real life tasks and automating them, so people can have more time to do the things they love. 

Sponsored by GE Appliances, a Haier Company

See Home is Where The Smart Is from ADT: https://www.adt.com/home-is-where-the-smart-is