Here, we categorise our Smart Life gadgets into the following groups to help you keep track of everything:
A standard switch is transformed into a smart switch and can also be controlled by the Smart Life app thanks to an integrated electrical module. Any switch may theoretically be made intelligent. The majority of smart light switches are used in homes, where changing can be timed or intelligently planned.
You may easily “update” many of your home appliances because a power strip can be utilised anyplace. For instance, automating the decorative lamp temporarily or in conjunction with another switch might be a useful application.
The majority of smart life devices, that are broken down into monitoring, measuring, and closing, fall under the security category.
A variety of cameras and motion detectors are used for surveillance. A whole room may be watched day and night with a sophisticated video camera that includes an infrared sensor, a speaker, and a microphone, and all motions can be recorded. You can still move and zoom in on objects with the camera by using the Smart Life app to control it remotely. Acoustic communication is additionally made possible on both sides because of the constructed microphones and speakers.
A similar process is used by the smart doorbell. You can speak with visitors remote via an app because your home is outfitted with a bell, video, and intercom. Without installation, the wireless version could also be quickly affixed to the door. Similar to a camera, a motion detector built into the Smart Life app can deliver a motion alert to your smartphone.
Many sensors are employed in the measuring field, for instance, to increase the security of your home against mishaps and break-ins. In urgent situations, water, gas, and smoke detectors not just sound an audible alert but also send early warnings to your smartphone, which can significantly lessen or avoid harm.
All smart home equipment, including those for lighting, entertainment, and the kitchen, are featured here.
The light bulb is presumably the item that people buy and use the most frequently. Like many home products, a Smart Life module was pre-installed during production in the Smart Life lamps. As a result, after being integrated with the Smart Life app, the lighting can be controlled directly without a switch using a smartphone. In addition to being able to turn on and off, smart lamps provide much more. A modern smart bulb still features dimming, warm or cold light quality settings, as well as countless colour combinations, all of which can be programmed or configured via an app.
Smart goods that measure, store, and analyse health-related information are particularly significant in the field of health.
A smartwatch or bathroom scale sends data to an app on your smartphone in addition to measuring it. Data is stored and examined by the app. You can respond appropriately since you always have a general understanding of your health information and how it is changing. You can also check temperature through smart devices like the Zigbee thermometer.
The term “private cloud” refers to a cloud computing environment where all hardware and software resources are exclusively allocated to and accessed by a single customer (sometimes referred to as an internal cloud or corporate cloud). Private clouds combine the access control, security, and resource customization of on-premises infrastructure with many of the advantages of cloud computing, such as elasticity, scalability, and ease of service delivery.
Because the private cloud is a simpler (or the only option) to satisfy their regulatory compliance standards, many businesses prefer it to the public cloud (cloud computing services offered via infrastructure shared by several customers). Others choose private clouds because their workloads involve sensitive information such as financial data, medical records, intellectual property, and personally identifiable information (PII).