Smart Home Designs – Important Things to Know

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Things to Know About Smart Home Designs: When you are planning to have a smartly designed home, then you can preview it through 3D rendering (without building the home). You can convert your 2D plans into 3D floor plans. It has been observed that most people are not sure about what they want in smart home design for their home. For example, people only have a vague understanding of what Smart home designs really are. Some individuals want their computers in particular places while sharing internet data. However, when that is implemented, they begin to see that they do not want to be running around their home because they are looking for one document or the other on a particular PC or they want to also share printers.

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So the network in the home becomes more than just broad-bandwidth sharing. Some individuals want a home they have control over with just a Web Browser; they want to be informed when anything goes out of control, and have some knowledge about what is going on in their house when they are miles away.

Many people want really sophisticated entertainment or better ways to communicate with their TV set. But then they realize they need to have the ability to remotely program the unit when they are for instance, away from home.

A part of this problem is simply human nature. You can better define your needs when you understand the capability of high-tech toys.

The problems with the smart home designs are that the skill set required is huge, particularly when you increasingly request for smarter homes that solve a lot of needs. You need to understand that you have to separate your services into distinct components. But you have to identify them before you can separate them.

At first glance, the electric power system may seem simple. The circuit breaker box is in your basement, each breaker is connected to a series of switches or outlets in a room or rooms that it controls. This is even not enough for a really smart home. There is available power to specific systems that you want to power 24hours in a day, 7 days in a week such as the heating systems and refrigerator and power to other parts that are not very important such as touch panels, security sensors, and portable phones.

Using the sound system as an example; the speakers who play music are hung on the walls of different rooms. The speakers are connected to a system that has the ability to play different channels from different sources, including an MP3 server- Linux-based, located in the basement.

But you do not want to go to the basement to locate the right track to play; so, in the dining room, there is a touch panel which you can use to scroll your tunes and pick out the right song to suit your mood. To do this correctly, you need to do some programming to make the touch panel have access to the music library and understand the tags of the files stored in it.

Suddenly, you need someone who has an understanding of:

  • How to show the id tags of the songs on different displays including touch panels and your PC.
  • How to rip and encode your whole music library.
  • How this information is updated when a piece of new music is added to the library

This is just for the music alone. The more difficult ones are video, computer networks, propane delivery, heating and cooling, security, and signaling for different house activities.

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