When you investigate something as intercut as Home Automation, the question isn’t whether you can do without it or not but how it can benefit you past the mindset of not needing it. There are a million and one things we don’t need and yet we still have them because they benefit us. Cellphones are a great example. People did just fine writing letters back in the day, but mobile devices have changed an entire aspect of living. With smartphones we have multiple advantages at our fingertips. The same goes for Home Automation.
Here’s some advertisement; what do you have at your fingertips with a smart home? Everything. Lights, security (all locks, surveillance cameras, doors, windows, and alarm systems), temperature (including any other sensors), watering systems, audio-visual appliances, smoke detectors, garages, and any other type of networking. With a smart home you can be in control of any and everything that makes up your house.
The same goes for business and office buildings. Literally any building can be transformed into a “smart” structure. Able to give control over everything stated above and more. To make things simple, the whole purpose of a smart structure is to give the owner better management. Every and anything is made attainable. You are made into the specialist, so you don’t have to call one.
Safety is a growing concern in today’s world. With a smart home the simplest actions become a game changer. If you’re away from home, you can access your lights from any mobile device and turn them on when you’re out late or even on vacation. This can create the illusion that someone is home and scare off onlookers. Maybe you left the house and forgot to lock your doors? Not a problem, lock them using a smart device. You forgot to lock your doors with the smart device too? That’s okay, if you’re away from home, sensors will alert you of anyone entering your home.
If time is your money a smart home will be your favorite asset. You not only save time without having to go back home to check on things or do actions manually, but you also save money. Imagine being halfway to a destination and realizing you left the heater or air conditioning on. We’ve all done it. The convenience of being able to turn off or turn on anything using your phone is unmatched. Plus, you’re saving gas money, electric bills and reducing stress.
Focus on what Home Automation would do for you. How will it support you; how will it make life easier? Everybody needs a little help sometimes, so help yourself and consider the benefits of a smart home installation. If you have any questions or concerns, We Are More is a phone call away. Thanks to telephones!
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Something that always has me in disbelief is how far technology has come since the beginning of time. We've been to the moon, discovered planets, we've cloned dogs, we've made 3D metal printers, and created artificial embryos, just to name a few technical advancements. Yet there is still no discovery, invention, or formula to cure cancer. One of the worlds nastiest diseases.
Our friend Wikipedia says that Digital Health Technology "is the convergence of digital technologies with health, healthcare, living, and society to enhance the efficiency of healthcare delivery and make medicines more personalized and precise." In non-Wikipedia terms, its an effective advancement in healthcare. But what does it do in terms of cancer? Well, it doesn't cure it, and it doesn't help find a cure for it. I know right, what a bummer. However, it is a step in the direction of prolonging life by management of the sickness.
With Digital Health Tech., identifying adequate treatment could become much easier. Precise treatment is the source of longevity for any cancer patient. There are multiple treatments for every type of cancer, and multiple treatments for every stage of cancer. Without Digital Health Tech. options are usually laid out for patients. They're given all the details of physical effects, and later options for when present treatment stops working. Knowing the correct route to take in terms of medicine, would combat anxiety as well as enhance health care.
Most people, given the options, aren't always sure on what to do with all their choices. Digital Health Tech. can relieve overwhelming stress from not knowing what to choose by giving patients less options. Exact treatments would be presented instead of multiple, and those treatments would be more beneficial than others that are usually on the plate. Minister for Business Innovation and Energy, Paul Wheelhous says that funding towards Digital Health Tech. will help with "the next step towards developing new approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of blood, kidney and tissue cancers, using advances in machine learning and automation to deliver better outcomes for patients.”
I'm not a doctor, a nurse, or anyone affiliated with the medical field. That being said, I know how much more important it would be for someone un-educated in oncology to be presented with the absolute best choices instead of a "I highly recommend this but you could do this, or you could do that or that." I would rather hear a doctor say, "this is exactly what you need for your prognosis, this is the best option for your specific needs, according to your condition and type of cancer."
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Samara Shaw does We Are More's PR & Marketing which includes writing our blogs! She was born and raised in Hawaii and graduated from Corban University with a Bachelors Degree in Creative Writing. She produces content to give our audience more insight and opinions on technical solutions big and small.