Smart home

Smart Home serves as a generic term for technical processes and systems in living spaces and houses, which focuses on increasing living and quality of life, security and efficient use of energy on the basis of networked and remotely controllable devices and installations as well as automatable processes.

This term includes the networking of home technology and household appliances (for example, lamps, blinds, heating, but also stove, refrigerator and washing machine), as well as the networking of components of consumer electronics (such as the central storage and home-wide use of video and audio -Inhalten).

In particular, a smart home refers to the fact that all luminaires, buttons and devices used in the house are networked with each other, devices can store data and display their own logic. Some devices are also tagged, which means that the devices in the smart home have information about manufacturers, product names and performance, for example. The smart home has its own programming interface that can be addressed (also) via the Internet and controlled via expandable apps.

Closely related to these methods and systems are those of smart metering, where the focus is on metering and intelligent regulation of energy consumption.

In addition to "smart home", terms such as intelligent living, "eHome", "smart living" and other names have established themselves, which sometimes differ only in meaning shades. In addition, manufacturers of smart home systems and components use other terms specially tailored to their individual marketing.

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Smart home

Smart Home serves as a generic term for technical processes and systems in living spaces and houses, which focuses on increasing living and quality of life, security and efficient use of energy on the basis of networked and remotely controllable devices and installations as well as automatable processes.

This term includes the networking of home technology and household appliances (for example, lamps, blinds, heating, but also stove, refrigerator and washing machine), as well as the networking of components of consumer electronics (such as the central storage and home-wide use of video and audio -Inhalten).

In particular, a smart home refers to the fact that all luminaires, buttons and devices used in the house are networked with each other, devices can store data and display their own logic. Some devices are also tagged, which means that the devices in the smart home have information about manufacturers, product names and performance, for example. The smart home has its own programming interface that can be addressed (also) via the Internet and controlled via expandable apps.

Closely related to these methods and systems are those of smart metering, where the focus is on metering and intelligent regulation of energy consumption.

In addition to "smart home", terms such as intelligent living, "eHome", "smart living" and other names have established themselves, which sometimes differ only in meaning shades. In addition, manufacturers of smart home systems and components use other terms specially tailored to their individual marketing.

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