Home Automation Part I.
Nowadays, home automation or "smart home" are becoming more and more fashionable. use of the term. In my opinion, any equipment will only be “smart” if some artificial intelligence in the background is trying to figure out in advance what we want. What we say is what automation should do. In this series of articles, I would like to show how automation works in a home and elsewhere.
A few questions that are frequently asked:
What can be automated?
Essentially everything we want something to change as a result of an event.
What is the event?
In short, status change. That is, something has changed.
For example, what may change?
Turned on a motion sensor, turned off a motion sensor, got up to the sun, started to fall, pressed a button, went to the power, brewed coffee, baby breathing stopped, e-mail received ran out of ham, overheated…, opened the door, etc..
How much does it cost?
How much is the comfort? You will spend exactly as much as you deserve.
How long does it take to do it?
If someone gets to taste it, they will never be ready because they want better and more.
What makes a system good?
From being STABILE and SAFE to serve user needs.
How the process takes place?
- Selection and acquisition of assets
The feeling of comfort is significantly improved. It can save a significant amount of time. There are many little things you don’t have to deal with or worry about. It can save energy, but not always. It can be very, very cool. :)