People who live in residential communities, homes and 2nd homes can utilize smart technology to protect their families and assets, save money in energy costs and make their living situations more convenient and comfortable.
Residential environments typically use the types of systems shown in the diagram below. When these systems work together, there are added benefits that provide more utility than each system could provide on its own.
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Another popular mode is “coming home mode”. If desired, this mode can be activated when your smart phone passes a geographical boundary such as 100 feet from your home. The mode could turn on certain lights only if it is night time, raise or lower the temperature as appropriate, turn off the alarm system, open the garage door, turn on music and play a certain song or station, start the hot tub, and de-activate all the cameras.
Modes can be programmed for away, home, wake up, night, party, emergency or any other event. The systems can even play music by zone or control the televisions in each room. Essentially, the smart systems in a home can function to change their mode around your command, time, or events. The possibilities are endless.