Your home will be inhabited by household appliances which communicate with each other and robots that adjust TV, climate, shower, curtains and much more.
The smart homes make the daily life easier, providing more time for the things which really matter.
The Internet of Things is here to change the world and make it more connected. Thanks to the MEMS sensors of Bosch all this becomes possible. The devices communicate with each other and adapt automatically to the daily requirements in constant change. For greater comfort, safety and energy efficiency. Simply. Connected.
Reliability in the Smart home
A smart home allows the day-to-day to be more convenient, economical and safe, but many people are unaware of what a connected home is capable of doing. Besides turning off the lights automatically, your oven can suggest recipes, air quality sensors, as the Twin Guard of Bosch, will identify the air humidity and will be able to activate a humidifier and warn when pollution levels in the air are high.
1) The presence sensors or intrusion detector do more than only protecting a house: Connected a light system, they activate different lights according to different predetermined parameters. The Bosch devices activate dimmer lights if you are seating in an armchair relaxing.
2) The Eyes from Bosch, is a light and a camera that records only relevant occurrences, registering high definition images day and night, allowing you to communicate with anyone at your home even if you are from a far way distance
3) Air quality sensors, as Twin Guard from Bosch, will identify the air humidity and will be able to activate a humidifier or warn parents if the pollution levels are high. They are also smoke detectors helping fire prevention.
4) Are you reading? Watching TV? Almost closing your eyes to sleep? From your behavior, illumination systems will be able to change the light intensity and color (or turning it off) automatically.
5) Robots – as Kuri, from Mayfield Robotics, a Bosch’s startup – differentiates family members offer them different contents (such as films and songs), giving information about traffic and the weather forecast