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What is Home Automation?
Home automation is part of "The Internet of Things," also known as IoT. More and more devices and appliances can be networked together to provide us with seamless control over all aspects of your home and more. Home automation has been around for many decades in terms of lighting and simple appliance control. Lately technology has caught up with the idea of the interconnected world at the touch of your fingertips or a simple voice command to Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, and Cortana. The dream of making your home smart is now becoming more commonplace. Smart Home and home automation are quite interchangeable, in fact, if you research what a smart home is most of the same results will appear.
With home automation, you can decide how your devices should act and react, when it should react, and why it should react. Set a schedule to determine when you want your devices to turn on and off. Based on your personal preference you can control time, temperature, and convenience.
Home automation technology can send you alerts to your smartphone and notify you about unforeseen events no matter where you are you are always connected to your home. There can be alerts for things such as water leaks, visitors at your front your door, and even remotely turning on lights while you're on vacation, at work, or anywhere else.