While you may have a fully automated home filled with smart home Devices that all work well together, smart home technology is still relatively small.
Combine this infancy with the speed of warp that technology continues to evolve, an exciting time for you as a consumer.
So, as we approach ever more towards the legendary 2020, how smart home technology is likely to develop in the near future?
Today, we will briefly touch on some of the trends in smart technology. We will move directly with 5G and how this will affect the Internet of Things
The G5 which is the new generation of wireless communications will be a gaming switch in far more ways than previous iterations.
How will 5G affect the smart home?
There is a disconnect with the Internet of Things in his current incarnation.
Most of these things have no internet connection at all. IoT is fragmented due to weak WiFi network, lack of standard protocols and LTE limitations.
A standard energy saving standard will greatly improve the user experience. How can the 5G plug bridge this gap?
Previous wireless standards, from WiFi and Bluetooth LE to Zigbee and Z-Wave, all come with limitations, and there's a lack of uniformity in mixing things. Interoperability can be greatly improved, because anyone struggling to match different devices knows only well.
5G, on the other hand, can allow devices to communicate with each other directly while addressing range and latency issues that vary blight standards. Incompatibilities will also be a thing of the past.
Therefore, it remains to be seen whether this high-bandwidth, low-latency network will provide a smoother smart home experience. We feel that it has great potential, but there is still an acute energy consumption problem to negotiate.
We expect that in the short term, 5G will begin to improve the overall performance of smart devices but a real transformation of the model is unlikely in the next year or two. Let's face it. We still need to get the 5G fully and run on our phones first!
What is WiFi 6 and why should I care?
This new standard is expressed in 802.11ax, the new standard in wireless connectivity, providing more than just an increase in speed on the table.
If you have a large family of all-toting and stable devices from smart home technology, it's likely that your WiFi network is crowded even if you invest in a networked system and have decent speeds and coverage.
WiFi 6 boasts two features beyond the super-smart 2019 speed:
Ability to handle competing bandwidth requests more efficiently and intelligently
Significantly improved battery life for devices through enhanced range and faster data transfer
The number of devices in the family shows no signs of diminishing, and this new wireless standard will add a vital additional security layer to your smart home using WPA3 while reducing congestion as well.
Expect more benefits in your connected home than just a simple capture speed with WiFi 6.
The technology behind induction charging has been around for two decades, and requires two surfaces touching each other so they don't work like wireless charging even if there's no wire.
On the other hand, Wi-Charge uses a safe, invisible light to charge your smartphone through a room but the effects go beyond that and to your connected home in general.
Are you suffering from the twin bugbears of insufficient power outlets and batteries in smart devices continually crying out for replacement? If so, this FDA-approved solution could enable you to use far more IoT devices with much less hassle.
We are keen to see how the technology of wireless charging can focus on providing a superior smart home experience
Artificial intelligence is one area where it’s tough to call what will happen next. What we can safely say is that AI will continue to permeate the smart home in more helpful and in broader ways as we move toward 2020. With AI baked into almost everything, you soon won’t need to be too smart to use smart home tech.
As voice recognition gets ever smarter, it’s natural to assume you’ll soon be able to give more complex instructions and offload more tasks to your faithful virtual butler.
AI is likely to take an increasingly pro-active role in security and surveillance systems with threat detection and alerts becoming more personalized.
There’s also the way AI will push on concerning the robots. There’s also the issue of virtual reality and augmented reality which we’ll touch on below.
Over the past few years, virtual reality (VR) has received the largest number of press with augmented reality (AR) rising invisibly in its wake.
VR has a relatively narrow range of applications, though.
On the other hand, AR does not call for headsets, so expect AR technologies to become more popular on mobile devices. Expect to see an explosion in AR applications.
If something goes wrong with your smart home equipment, you'll be able to enjoy more productive conversations with service providers and customer service as AR continues to evolve.
Once video games and tricks are preserved, R + (a comprehensive term for VR, AR, and mixed reality) will begin to get far more practical use cases without the need for these massive headset.
One thing is sure: the coming year will be an exciting time for you, the consumer. We’ll continue to bring you all the latestsmart home Technology , As Kancy we’ve got some outstanding new products to explore.