Everyone’s talking about the Internet of Things (IoT) nowadays. But how many have heard of the Internet of Buildings that is slowly taking over the world? The second revolution has been brought about by smart LED’s. Soon, all traditional lighting sources become obsolete and extinct. Ideally, the grand plan is to create an interconnected labyrinth which has three definitive qualities: Ubiquity, network connectivity and access to power.
The Death of Candescent Lights
The elephant in the room remains: Who’s going to prevail in these wars? Who will dominate the market in the end? Of course, the winner will have to come up with intelligent systems which pay particular emphasis on conserving the environment. The next-gen lights will be linked to the communication grid of the house. They come with biometric sensors which sense when one is tired. The lights know when you are headed to the grocery store and they, in turn, illuminate the way with the coupons you need.
Cut Energy Bills
These commodities will all be excellent energy savers and as such, they will more than half the overall energy bills in our homes. Make the change and welcome to the future courtesy of Wi-Fi-connected LED bulbs. Make use of futuristic bulbs which illuminate the house with millions of colors which change according to your mood, the weather and depending on the TV show one is watching.
Gooee is the premier company offering Internet of Things based application to manufacturers who then sell it their end-users. Their products react and respond to stimuli like touch, smell, and even sound. The firm’s CEO is Andrew Johnson and the CTO, and co-founder is Simon Coombes.