Brianna White

Staff member
Jul 30, 2019
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of connected physical devices that communicate and exchange data. This network has seen immense growth in recent years, spreading across many sectors, industries and applications.

The real estate industry is no exception. This article will discuss the impact of IoT devices on the real estate industry's residential, commercial and development sectors, shedding light on the future of this symbiotic relationship.

IoT Innovation In Homes​

Smart home technology has gained significant traction, with many households adopting intelligent solutions for daily tasks. From automating lighting and temperature settings to remotely controlling appliances, IoT devices are rendering the concept of a futuristic home an everyday reality.

As the world gravitates toward sustainable living, energy management has become crucial to modern homes. Some of the ways IoT devices are contributing to energy management include:

• Real-time energy monitoring: IoT devices track energy consumption in real time, providing detailed information on their usage patterns and enabling users to make informed decisions about conserving energy.

• Smart thermostats: IoT-enabled thermostats can learn user preferences, detect occupancy and adjust temperature settings accordingly, resulting in more efficient heating and cooling and reduced energy consumption.

• Demand response programs: IoT devices can communicate with utility companies to participate in demand response programs, reducing energy consumption during peak demand periods and helping to balance the grid.

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