Smart homes of the future aren’t too far off in the distant as one would expect. Modern home visionary Todd Lubar, has always been on the cusp of the latest home technological advancements, as he correctly predicted that HEPA filters, air conditioning improvements and mood lighting would be the standard in modern living. Smart homes will continue to upgrade as the integration of smart technology fuses with everyday home appliances and amenities.
Today, you can find that most 21st-century smart homes are equipped with doorbells that use trip motion sensors, ringing the moment anyone comes close within those sensors, along with computer controlled adjustable lighting systems and thermostats, that program precise temperatures in the event you’re away for an extended period of time. There’s even smart homes that have voice activated digital assistants, which communicate and talk back to you; these digital assistants can send emails, order food or call a repairman if needed.
According to Patch, currently, smart homes are also positively impacting the lives of disabled persons. People who use wheelchairs are now more independent with the help of Smart House gadgetry. Using voice commands, Smart House gadgetry allows homeowners to change or set the temperature of the house, without having to go all the way to the thermostat. In addition, these Smart House gadgets work with the common iPhone or Android, enabling persons with serious disabilities such as quadriplegia to open and close doors, and raise window shades with their teeth.
Although these 21st-century modern day housing fixtures show great promise, they are far from perfect. This room for improvement is seen in the voice activated systems, which is still retooling, as it finds barriers in its’ voice commands, pertaining to persons dealing with stuttering and cerebral palsy. Not to mention, there’s great need for a highly functional text and video interface for homeowners who are deaf or blind. But as we’ve seen countless current technological trends come to past, advancements that were made possible sooner than we anticipated, these near future implementations could come to life as soon as tomorrow. And given the fact that smart homes are already greatly beneficial to disabled people, smart homes will continue to prove itself as the gold standard for how all housing structures should be, and will be built in the future.
More About Todd Lubar
Todd Lubar is President at TDL GLOBAL VENTURES, LLC, and also Sr. VP to Legendary Investments. Graduating from Syracuse University in 1995, Todd has held several positions at companies such as Crestar Mortgage Corporation, Legacy Financial Group and the Maryland Legacy Financial, where he helped increase the office’s revenue to over $100 million a year. Mr. Lubar has also owned several demolition, recycling, nightclub and real estate development companies. Ranked as one of the top “25 Mortgage Originators” in the country, Todd Lubar is a leading expert in several industries who knows what it takes to not only run a business, but to succeed in that business, regardless of the industry or environment. Check out his about.me page for more information.