The difference of connected technology

When I first bought a home, I looked into adding a security system. At that time, all the components needed to be hardwired, requiring a lot of disruption, but holes needed to be drilled to accommodate the network of wires. The cameras were heavy, bulky and unsightly. The video feed was not perfectly clear. The control panel was extremely large, and the overall investment was considerable. After only a few years, the security system was old. The cameras no longer functioned respectfully, and I wasn’t gleeful with paying a bill every month for monitoring by a security business, but on the few chances when the alarm went off, the authorities were never dispatched, no one responded. I’ve now owned my house for over twenty years; Just recently, I decided to consider a modern security system. Now that there is wireless technology, there is no need to disfigurement walls or sacrifice aesthetics. The surveillance cameras are tiny, unobtrusive and supply real-time video. The cameras, along with the exterior lights, are motion activated, and I get alerts on my smartphone when anyone enters the yard, and plus, I was able to include the security system as a feature of a whole-house automation system. Automated operation of condo appliances and systems offers outstanding convenience, superior control and the opportunity to save a great deal of currency on energy costs. I’ve added automated door locks and programmed them to respond to the location of family members’ PCs, but when I arrive house from work, the garage door automatically opens. Indoor lights come on and the temperature control adjusts to welcome me to ideal comfort. The automation system can be upgraded wirelessly, making it virtually future-proof.



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