Home automation is new and rapidly evolving industry. The newly built properties are built more environmentally friendly, but we can also witness IoT devices flooding the market. Construction business starts diversification with IT, and smart controllers controlled through mobile apps are becoming a new standard to new build houses.
It opens space for a new businesses industry providing services related to architecting and developing home automation based on homeowner needs.
The typical project works the way where the customer is expressing his/her needs to developing agency and developers, and installers build a bespoke solution based on pre-made systems like Google Nest, Apple Home Kit or Fibaro. The homeowner gains experience while enjoining living in the home with automation, but after several weeks and months, living in the house gets to a conclusion that additional changes might be needed.
The party who installed the home automation is requested to make changes which mean additional costs for homeowners.
Does it need to be always like that?
Why don't you let your house learn from you what best suits you? Imagine a situation that your house learns from you. The house would learn when to switch lights on, when to get roller shouters down when to put the heating on or off based on weather conditions. Room illumination, inside and outside room temperature, use of other home devices and detection of your presence in the property are considered during the decision process. Is something happening only every Tuesday and Thursday? Don't worry. Your house will observe your habits and start mimicking your actions until it gets a level of confidence. This is happening thanks to H-Automation machine learning modules in the HAUT device. No custom code is needed. The whole system starts with blank memory like a new bork child and starts learning from you over the first few days.
Has your house learnt something which you doesn't quite like? Don't worry. Simply make a correction (like putting the light back on). At the moment, the HAUT module puts "hands-off" to prevent fighting with you over the switch and starts the learning process again based on your instructions.
Would you like to see how it works? You can check out the live demo house through the HAUT user interface.
Roman Pavlis, CEO