Posted by Joel Gwillim on Friday, January 23rd, 2015 at 4:02pm.
You’ve already heard of smartphones and smart cars but the next major player in smart technology is smart homes. Below are some of the gadgets that were featured at the biggest tech show of the year, CES 2015.
Bosch’s Home Connect App allows users to use their smartphones to check the status of their dishwasher cycle, or to program temperature and time settings in their oven, and users can even receive photos from their smart fridges interior, so you know what to buy at the store! However this amazing app is not yet offered in Canada, bummer.
QardioBase by Qardio is a wireless smart scale that tracks your weight with emojis, and with the slogan “start your day with a smile” it would be hard not to.
Petcube camera lets you stay connected to your pets when you’re not home. You can access your Petcube camera from anywhere, anytime to entertain your most beloved friends.
hugOne by Sevenhugs is the first family sleep monitor that helps the entire family sleep better. hugOne will notify you directly on your smartphone whenever your children awake during the night, it also monitors temperature, humidity, and air quality for a healthier home.
Nest Learning Thermostat is a device that learns your schedule in about a week and programs it’s to control your home’s internal temperature based on your settings. It wouldn’t be a smart home product if you couldn’t adjust the temperature from your smartphone. You can get the Nest Learning Thermostat in your Bridgeland Crossing condo!