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A smart house is an automated house. It is an intelligent house. A smart house can alert the owner that Rosemary is waiting at the front door. It reminds the owner that milk is low, closes the blinds at noon, opens the door as its owner approaches the house, and takes care of the lights. This description sounds like Sci-Fi movies of the 80s, but it is real. An automated home operates virtually every home appliance by itself.
A complete home automation protocol has some key components. These components include a computer or a Smartphone, home automation software, modular, automation aware devices, constant electricity supply, and network adapters.
In home automation, wall socket IP addresses for home plug-ins are created with generic devices. The HomeWorks automated light control application is just one of such generic devices. To create a basic hardware platform, the PC or the Smartphone is used. The PC software works with the automation software and a specialized automation protocol system to control home appliances and sensors. The HomeSeer automation software, with iPhone add-ons, is an excellent choice. Examples of the automation protocols are the X10 and Insteon devices. However, the ZiGbee and Z-Wave devices are the best for wireless home automation.
Once all these components have been set up, the homeowner has turned his home into a smart house through home automation. He can command the house to take care of security, locks, reminder alerts, the lights, and the garden.
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