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.
As a provider of state-of-the-art DIY wireless home security systems, Uxari works directly with customers looking to customize home automation and security packages for their properties. We believe in the concept of customization because we know that both properties and the needs of consumers are different. One-size-fits-all solutions just don’t work in the era of wireless home security.
Uxari is a Florida-based provider of DIY home automation and security systems. As such, we equip homeowners across the country with state-of-the-art devices that make their homes more efficient and safer. We would be more than happy to help you design a custom system to meet your unique needs and preferences, at a price you can afford.
Uxari has been an early proponent of the smart video doorbell ever since it first came to market. We know the value of video doorbells for protecting homes and their owners. Now it turns out that the technology could have a broader use in relation to law enforcement. Rumors are circulating that suggest the video doorbell might change the way local police respond to residential burglar alarms.
There was an interesting article that appeared in Bloomberg Technology in late January talking about the kinds of job skills that are now most in-demand in the technology sector. It is a list that would mainly appeal to tech workers and young people hoping to go into IT. Still, the number one skill on the list is intriguing to us as a dealer of DIY home automation systems. It is intriguing because it tells us something about who will be programming the smart home control panel of the future.