Know the facts about Future home of Australia
Thanks to the advent of AI capabilities, the future home of Australia are expected to become safe and smart. They are also going to be smaller in comparison due to the affordability constraints which leaves the people with very little choice to go otherwise. According to Jeremy Howe homes will start to function according to the needs of the homeowners, for instance, a home where the temperature is adjusted automatically according to the weather or the lights get dimmed down mechanically in the nights. The experts at PropertyDuo opine that the digital generation of today demands smart houses. The good news is that more advancement is on the way thanks to the home-centric policies of Google and Tesla.
Getting smart homes through technological advancement
Combined with Amazon Echo and Google Home, artificial intelligence used in homes will let the homeowners control everything with their voice commands. A big advantage of using voice command in Australia AI homes is that it lets you multitask. For example, thinking of a situation when you come into your home with loads of shopping bags and want to switch on the lights, or when you want to turn on the microwave oven while washing the utensils. AI and smart homes also make living safely by using various techniques like facial identification, closed circuit video recorders, and motion detectors. The homeowners will be able to control all of these devices through their smartphones.
Use of modern technology in building homes
The property experts have opined that homes would be made efficiently and quickly but at cheaper rates. One can expect to get 12 weeks houses which get completed within that time. This will be made possible by carrying out most of the construction work in the factories and then joining the pieces on the spot just like Lego. Future house-building technologies are not very far off as the companies in Japan already coming up with 3D printed houses. On the other hand, Perth is on the path to use robot brick layering construction. There will also be smart gardens in these homes where things, like controlling the temperature and watering the plants, will be carried out automatically. The Powerwall by Tesla will help people be free from the dependence on electricity grids leading to energy conservation. Danni Addison of UDI Australia says that homeowners want to live in low maintenance, small homes near the heart of the city rather than big houses.
Technology as applied in each room
In the living room, one can expect smart sofas that can charge smartphones and tablets wirelessly. The sofa will also keep track of your posture and the time that you have spent watching TV. You can even program the TV to turn on at specific times for specific shows. The kitchen will have appliances that run on voice command like a coffee machine that is up and running when one wakes up. Tupperware containers will remind you about the date of expiry for food. There will be other devices that will inform you what ingredients you need based on what is left in the refrigerator. The backyards will consist of a smart garden where plants get just the right amount of nutrition and light. Sharing of backyards is hoped to become a thing with each backyard having a prominent water tank. Your garages will have car chargers. There will be less dependence on electricity for each home due to the installation of slate-tiles like solar panels on roofs.