Once considered mere fiction, smart homes do exist today. Better known under the name of home automation, they are now very popular with real estate agencies and are invading the housing market. It is thus possible to remotely control access to one’s home. By what means?
Taking advantage of the latest advances in technology and automation, they are indeed designed to make life easier for their owners on a daily basis. In particular, this type of home offers the possibility of remotely controlling connected household appliances. They also make it possible to manage your energy consumption. With home automation, it is possible to automatically start the radiator thermostat remotely, receive packages or even feed pets when you are away or on holiday. There are also many wireless and wired alarm systems that can be used in a smart home.
With this kind of alarm system, locking your doors and windows in case you forget in the morning when you leave for work is also possible with smart homes. You can, for example, set the opening and closing of roller shutters in advance, control an alarm remotely or remotely control access to your home. These can be controlled using connected electronic gadgets such as camera systems, fingerprint readers, facial or voice recognition. These devices can be connected to a smartphone which will then serve as a central console for controlling the house.
In fact, there are many devices that can be used to control access to your home. One of the most commonly used is the badge reader. The badges contain the codes for activating or deactivating the codes or passwords for the wireless home alarm. Code pads are also popular. The traditional key is replaced by a code reader that transmits the opening command once the code is correctly typed. At the same time, this allows the GSM home alarm to be deactivated. Electronic locks, fingerprint readers and video surveillance are also among the most practical and popular on the market.