There is nothing strange in the urge of many designers to create innovative smart products. Everyone is aware of the presence of such products on the market, however, it is not easy to learn about all of the up-to-date when it comes to all of the new releases. In this article, you will learn about various ordinary things which have already been automated, so may be, you will be willing to get one of them to your home.
A smart trash bin
Even though at first glance it might not be obvious what the purpose of such a device is especially since the only smart function it has is automatic closure of a lid, however, there are enough of situations when you would prefer your trash bin to close on its own. Just imagine the moments when your hands are filled with other objects, are dirty or you are just suffering from a lower back pain. Definitely, it would be handy if the lid were capable of automatic closing and opening.
The device which you can find on the market is capable of such things and it will detect any object coming close to it so that it will have a signal for opening a lid. In around five seconds, the device will close the lid.
A smart umbrella
If there is a smart trash bin, why not to make a smart umbrella. The items of such a type which are already available on the market usually have two useful functions. The first one is informing their owner of the probability of rain on a particular day. This is usually communicated with light signals.
Another useful feature is informing the owner of leaving an umbrella. Needless to say, umbrellas are particularly prone to being left or lost somewhere. That is why it is great if such a device can just let its owner of being lost. Usually, the signal is vibration which happens if the owner leaves an umbrella at a distance of at least 10 metres.
You might be wondering how an umbrella can know when it is left. This is possible due to synchronisation with a smartphone. The same connection ill allow the device to inform its owner of any income messages or calls without any physical contact with a synchronised smartphone.
A security system
It is difficult to imagine modern secure systems without smart algorithms. Even if such systems do not prove to be useful, they will give their owner a feeling of security which is extremely valuable itself.
For example, there is a special smart system with a security alarms and a set of various detectors which you can use for different parts of your home. For example, there are detectors of opening doors and windows as well as detectors of movement. For such systems, one can purchase a number of extra devices, such as a camera or a wireless doorbell.
A robot vacuum cleaner
Probably one of the most useful smart devices one can find on the market today is a robot vacuum cleaner. Many models of such a devices are capable not only of dusting the surfaces but also of collecting larger pieces of trash, fur and hair and washing the surfaces at the same time. Robot vacuum cleaners are usually equipped into advanced filter systems.
The ones which have a mopping function, have a special storage space for water.
You might be wondering in which way such a device is controlled. Usually, they are connected to smartphones with a specifically dedicated mobile apps which will allow an owner of a robot vacuum cleaner to choose the modes of washing, creating schedules, keep a track of the amount of water and even check the history of washing sessions.
By the way, such devices are usually pretty low which allow them to clean under wardrobes, sofas and beds. The sensors will protect the device against bumping into other objects or falling down. Recharging is also automated.