Inventors have been tossing around the idea of home automation for over a century. But while the concept isn’t as stunning and futuristic as it once was, home automation is alive and well.
A few years ago, experts estimated that over 45 million smart home devices would be put into service in the U.S. by 2018. Here are some of the ways automation is changing the way its users sleep.
Making More Space in Small Homes
If you’re living in cramped quarters, home automation offers a way to use one room as a bedroom at night and an exercise room or playroom during the day. A robotic system makes it all possible. [Read more…] about Home automation: A surprising connection between sleep and technology