Sunday, May 29, 2005

'Texting' your house what to do

[Via CNN]

Try to imagine this: telling your house what to do by text messaging…that’s a smart home concept developed by Eneo Labs. The system will turn on the lights and the heating or any appliance by text messaging. Sounds pretty incredible. For one family living just outside Barcelona, these are the capabilities their home already has, and the company that designed the house says many of us will be enjoying these features in as little as two years.
Somehow the house will learn from the user's daily routine. Basically, the brain is a computer that is in the wall of the home. It's listening and adapting to the routines we have, General manager Zamora said.
The anonymous family live in an Eneo Labs show home and they act as voluntary guinea pigs to try out the company's smart home concept. I wonder why they didn’t picked me…Damn. The General manager Javier Zamora of Eneo Labs told CNN that the company was constantly developing its smart home technology, which would become increasingly common in the future.

Somehow the house will learn from the user's daily routine. Basically, the brain is a computer that is in the wall of the home. It's listening and adapting to the routines we have,
Zamora said.

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