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Smart Homes Of The Future

HOMES of the/ TURE Popular Mechanics Magazine WRITTEN GO You CAN UNDERSTAN ETN ELECTRIC HOME of «FUTURE In 1939, 10 Popular Mechanics Magazine's "The Electric Home of the Future" - predicted – P By George H Bucver SPARKS ap from your gerti when you ik seros earpeted floor. Laghtning strihee frot the sky, Water changes te steum sd glunt urbises whid magnets within agnets to ght the world and drive ts michibe uble tame Cha invaible, em clstenee upon l unintervupted fw. Eletrle power mover silently, cesselely, oveer thermnda of mlles of wires Jeading from more than 1850 oentral power etetiens in the United Sates t comee to our homes nd factories nd ollice with ach dependahlity that we take i for INSTANT NEWS REPORTS 80% YEARS LATER REMOTE CONTROLLED KITCHEN APPLIANCES WE'RE LIVING THE DREAM CC BY 2.0 @ by Kaer WELL, SOME OF US ARE 2017 was predicted to be the year of the smart home, yet... By the end of 2017, only 16.3 % OF PROJECTED TO BE FU.S. HOMES ARE 2017 2021 SMART HOMES 16.3% 35.6% Out of 123 million total homes in the U.S. OF U.S. HOMES WILL BE SMART HOMES That's 35 million homes Only 20 million U.S. homes are smart homes What makes a smart home smart ? Features more than one internet- connected device that controls household functions through a hub system or mobile app • Connected TV • Lights • Thermostat • Appliances • Locks • Security cameras SOME SIGNS OF GROWTH In 2016, 45% of renovating homeowners 45 % installed smart systems or devices Most popular smart systems among renovators 25% - Security/safety 18% - Entertainment 14% - Climate control 12% - Lighting THE DRIVE TOWARD SMART SECURITY 12% of consumers use smart home tech to control lights, locks, and video cameras from their phone SkyBell HD WIFI Video Doorbell image via SkyBell August Smart Lock image via August Philips Hue White image via Philips WHO IS MORE LIKELY TO PURCHASE SMART SECURITY TECH? Wealthier people more likely Gen Xers 2X more likely than 3X than Millennials Lower income people Among those who already have smart home devices Many insurance companies offer discounts for installing smart security systems 74% Very Satisfied Some qualifying technology • Professionally-monitored fire/burglar alarms • Remote water detection or shut-off devices • Smart carbon monoxide detectors 24% 2% Somewhat Satisfied Somewhat Unsatisfied THE SMART HOME INDUSTRY IS GROWING, but it's still not the universal standard of robot maids CBY 2.0 steve Naga and talking kitchens that many expected by now What's Holding Homeowners Back? Most desired characteristics in a smart home Biggest hindrances to having a smart home 56% 52% 48% 46% 42% 17% 7% 6% Lack of Encryption to protect data 24/7 customer support User-friendly interface Ability to automate & High cost Privacy and security Complexity need customize concerns October 2016: Hackers infected loT devices in people's homes to target service provider Dyn shutting down popular websites such as NETFLIX The New York Times FEAR OF BEING HACKED НАСКED 10% doesn't sound like a huge problem? of consumers Consider: 10% have had smart home devices 87% spent money to respond to the issue hacked 42% spent $1,000 - $5,000 Most common damage done: 84% of IT professionals say IOT APPS ARE HARDER TO SECURE THAN MOBILE APPS 59% 45% Viruses or unwanted Damage to software or OS software on devices Hackers exploit device weaknesses Default or weak user- names/passwords are never changed after configuration Data is transmitted Communication between the device unsafely when the device is first connected and app is unencrypted Leaves information like device ID and Can lead to local attacks over wifi MAC address vulnerable Makes entry into the system easier How to make devices more secure Put devices on a Update all security software Use multifactor separate network from your home computer user authentication Homeowners may be weary of today's smart home tech, but most are looking forward to a smarter future From SMART HOME to AUTONOMOUS HOME Consumers say they're excited about 76% 74% Smart mattress with sleep tracker Smart Refrigerator with recipe generator and content tracker 56% 57% Closet Planting pots with environmental with weather and mood sensors metrics sensors 64% 64% Cooking pans with weight, temperature, and humidity sensors Toothbrush with dental hygiene monitor Men Millennials The Wealthy are most excited about future smart home advances Gender Age Income 36% 27% 36% 27% 17% 49% 28% Men Women 18-34 35-49 50-64 >$100,000 <$100,000 EVERY DAY YOU MAKE AN AVERAGE OF 35,000 DECISIONS, but what if your house made those decisions for you? from what to wear to how to take your coffee- THE DREAM HOME Alerts you when you need exercise or medicine by sensing changes in your vital signs Recognizes family members and guests through heartbeat, fingerprints, or body temps, and protects against intruders Allows sick or elderly people to live independently in comfort by providing medical care and performing everyday tasks ALREADY IN THE WORKS Smart home robots: Smart toilets: Home energy trackers: Mun a Photo via Whee e ecceoty in the poat 0 cay: Tho 12 Creut Photo via Sharn ymr Seage eprienomon Eire screenshot via Kohler's Numi toilet comes with a heated seat, deodorizer, and motion sensors "Kuri" from Mayfield Robotics Powerhouse Dynamics SightSage tracks a home's carbon footprint and alerts you when equipment needs upgrading can learn voices and faces while playing music or navigating your home autonomously We may not live in the electric home of the future yet, but safer, smarter homes are just over the horizon -how will you be living in 20 years? 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Smart Homes Of The Future

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It's amazing the progress that has been made in smart home technology in recent years. We are truly living in the smart home of the future!




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