You’ve probably heard the term “smart home” before, especially in luxury residential projects. So what is a smart home?
A smart home can control all the lights in the house and extend control by controlling all the electronic devices in the house from a single management point. Smart Houses can collect all the necessary information by using sensors such as motion sensors, lighting sensors, door sensors, rain sensors and many others such as these. Smart House can evaluate the collected data and perform routine tasks in your home, take over the security of your home, inform you when unexpected cases occur in the house.
Turning your house into an intelligent home will take some time and is a long way before you can fully say yes, it is now an intelligent house. But this path is not so difficult. Follow the trends on the market and choose which options offer you suitable proposals for your home. At the end of the day, you will have an intelligent home every day by using smart house applications. So there’s no wonder out here in these luxury homes.
Lighting and lighting control systems are the most important components of home automation.
Basically, a lighting control system can detect movement in a closed area and automatically switch on the lights. One can imagine that when entering a room, the lighting control system can, for example, switch on the light. This is a very good example and a basic task for a home automation application. It is also easy to find sensors that are able to manage this functionality without problems on the market.
A light control circuit is connected to a motion sensor. The motion sensor triggers light control via its relay when it detects motion in its control area.
It should be noted that many lighting controllers switch off the light in the room if their motion sensor detects no movement for a certain period of time, measured by the timer on the lighting controller itself. Unfortunately, this behavior of the lighting control systems cannot be described as intelligent. This process is very simple and cannot provide a solution to the complex lifestyle and needs of people. Suppose you rest in a room and remain motionless. After some time, the light is turned off. And you need to move, move your hands to trigger the motion sensor and then the lighting control to turn the lights back on.
An intelligent controller should be more intelligent and at least turn down the lights step by step.
Another example of an intelligent lighting control process is adapting the light output to the time of day. For example, when you wake up and go into the kitchen, the smart controller should be able to turn on the lights with dim lighting by thinking that you may not want high light output.
One of the most important tasks of intelligent lighting automation is the ability to protect the house itself from burglars when you are not in the house. Yes, an intelligent lighting control system can be very helpful in improving the security of your home. An intelligent home should be able to randomly turn the lights in the house on and off. This will make other people think that there are people in the house.