Last fall, we published a post listing five important home automation vocabulary terms that homeowners should know. That post was so well received that we decided to add a few more essential terms in another post. We understand that home automation and security technology is moving ahead at such a fast pace that it can be hard to keep up. We certainly want our customers to stay abreast of what’s going on, but we also know they need a proper grasp of the terms in order to do so.
Uxari’s home automation systems are capable of transforming the lighting in your home by way of various scenes that you program into your system based on the lights you have and how you use them. Lighting scenes represent one of the most visible ways to truly understand the benefits of home automation.
We’ve reached a point in home automation where it’s now possible for homeowners to install DIY systems with as little effort as it takes to set up a wireless router or smartphone. That’s good. The simplicity of DIY home automation is such that the technology is being adopted by more and more people every day.
It only takes a split second to find yourself in the midst of a home invasion robbery. With one stiff kick, a thief could be in your home, forcing you to collect your valuables under the threat of violence. Fortunately, home invasion robberies are not the norm where property crimes are concerned, but they are always a risk in this day and age.
We constantly hear about the millennial generation as being the most important demographic for retailers. Restaurants target millennials, as do electronics manufacturers, clothing brands, and just about every other sector under the very large retail umbrella. So it should be no surprise to learn that those of us in the home automation and security industry are also interested in the millennial audience.