Researchers have developed a Smartphone app designed to control any system in your home that has a wireless connection or Internet protocol address. The internet of things is adding the dramatic change in consumer electronics. It’s remote control to rule them all. A mobile company UBE has developed a single Smartphone app designed to control any electronic system in your home that has a wireless connection. That provides unique intelligence by relating multiple systems. For Instance:-
Security And Lighting
Garage door openers, temperature sensors, break glass sensors etc. UBE smart dimmer shows how much power you are using for each device in the house.
It includes the products like Fitbit, Aria weight scale, weight scale and much more.
Media Players And Thermostats
Apple, Boxee, Direct TV, Smart TV’s, Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, LG and many more. Internet connected thermostats from Ecobee, Allure… These devices were unveiled recently in California at a DEMO conference.
Application Of UBE Smartphone
Most smart home devices need a professional for example, a light control system cannot be integrated with the audio or security system, but UBE simplifies the problem by being able to connect to any device that has an Internet protocol address. The UBE device is so sophisticated that can give you information about exact temperature and which TV is on. These applications also helps that how much your home’s consume energy. UBE made a wonderful big display at its DEMO. The most interesting part of these products is that the app is totally free, while the dimmer’s retail cost is $60. You can choose and use app very easily and within no time you’ll be able to make it just the way you want or according to your lifestyle.
New Living Style With UBE
Many users may not have Wi-Fi connectivity so the solutions like this one are likely to become more common also as more people become conscientious of how to better manage their own electricity consumption. This is definitely the beginning of the new living style. UBE will aim to have more compatible device with android in the future. Despite this, now buying a Smartphone is not a waste of money because home automation still seems a little Tomorrowland, but the companies like UBE thinks it can make some parts of that dream a reality.