Help in the Home
People with a disability need to make their homes accessible in order to improve their confidence and having the possibility to live their lives the way they want to and deserve.
Thanks to new technologies, the Smart Home system can be utilized for making life in a residential space easier in order to provide assistance to the elderly, sick, barely-moving and individuals with special needs.
We no longer have to rely on devices intended for people with a disability to perform simple tasks. Today, with the help of new technology and smartphones, we have tools that can make our surroundings come to life. This way, these people are enabled to control their household through the phone, panels which are adjusted to them or even though voice from their bed or chair.
For example, you can control the devices by using a virtual assistant such as Alex and activate the scenario of "coming home" through voice, which triggers the automatic activation of the lighting, raises the blinds and turns on the radio.
The multi-functional panels which possess an integrated thermostat maintain the temperature in your house at the desired level. If you wish to change the temperature, you can do this with the smart phone, even when you are outside the house. The device enables you to lower the heat and save energy before you leave the house and turn it on before you come home.
The lack of visibility in your home can prove to be risky. With the smart lighting, not only can you resolve this worry but also improve the accessibility of your home. With only one touch of the smart phone display you can turn the desired lighting on or off and if you want the house to do everything on its own instead of you, you need to put the motion sensors on the ceiling so that they would detect a person and turn on a certain type of lighting.
By means of video surveillance, it is possible to visually detect the activities and physical state of the tenants.