There are two types of people: outgoing and introvert. Both may be diametrically different in the manner of expressing themselves but are on the same page when it comes to convenience. Revolv, a sensational app-based control system, looks to put together two different automaton systems and manages a conscious home.
The hardwired type
There is obviously the more common and traditional hardwired system, where the automatons are installed, wired and programmed to act on your whim. You get a one-time demo and then have to depend on how the automaton functions.
The wireless system
The wireless system is a formidably popular system where automatons act on impulses and signals sent by Smartphone, laptops or same such items.
The one problem is how to make these two systems co-exist. Machines are bred and created to operate their tasks with mechanical precision. They are however not supposed to work in collaboration with other machine, and that is where Revolv and its concept of ‘conscious home’ come in.
Smart home simulation
The new system, where apps will ensure auto-control and mutual operation of automatons will ensure a similar and even better version of Smart home. Emphasis will be laid so that the models may identify your tastes, your likes and dislikes and your habits and accordingly plan your house.
Positive instances of conscious home
For instance, if you have incurred an official shock, the lights automatically go dim and the music turns from blatant to light. Flash resonates when you hit the party mode and fragrance rushes in just as you are about to enter your home. Your bath water, based on your preferential time to bathe, gets warm or cold (depending on the season).
The television switches on sharp at 9 (or whatever!), the CCTV becomes active, security pads come alive and the sound system breathes. The dining room creates a pleasant atmosphere when you hit the table. In total, all modes of convenience behave in tune to your conscience.
Agree to differ
The smart home sensors, in some cases, act similarly (Nest Protect is a visible example). However, Revolv attempts to go one step ahead. The traditional DIY models may still be in action; they may just be enabled to heed to signal directions and have a camera installed to monitor and control.
Smartphone integration here to stay
Smartphone integration is here to stay and is a very expeditious way to fuse operations and interchange of varied automatons. This typically makes life easy for the homemaker and sorts priorities in a wonderful way. Revolv just pulls off the weeds and make the system more streamlined.
The treadmill, when it was invented, made sure you could run a mile without actually going anywhere. The Revolv smart home concept is a brilliant insurrection into future, and should make both residential and commercial establishments a reason to rejoice.
Do you think Revolv is going to materialize its ‘conscious home’?