We are in the middle of a major revolution in terms of communication since the invention of the telephone. With the advent of the “Internet of Things” or IoT, it is possible to connect all the things across the globe. In fact, IoT can be called as a logical culmination of the internet itself. We can already see its effect on our daily lives and businesses as a whole.

It is even more possible today to use smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices for more than just communication purposes. With the help of these devices, now you can track your location, monitor your health, learn about your preferences, and also connect you with other devices, which could include family members!

With time, we see that smart home IoT devices have become quite popular. It has been anticipated that by this year, approximately 28% of total households will be smart homes. One of the prominent reasons for this upward trend is due to the fall in the device prices. However, market preferences are also changing.

It has been found that Millennials love home tech. It is their inquisitiveness that is driving property owners to include smart thermostats and security systems into new homes and remodels. On top of this, it is needless to say that the smart home technologies are eco-friendly and assist in saving energy costs.

However, these benefits are not exclusive to the home. Even businesses can benefit a lot from office automation! In the year 2020, it was noted that more firms adopted this technology for the office for the same reasons. Aptus increased business clients by 183% in 2020.  Now we intend to help many more.

Thanks to these smart home devices in the office, business owners will reduce their monthly power consumption, thanks to smart lighting and sensors. Smart video doorbell cameras and locks will allow you to get remote access for deliveries or employees. It will also ensure maximum security for your business.

The role of smart thermostats can also not be undermined as it can reduce energy waste by learning about your staff’s temperature preferences and the cheapest times to heat and cool.