More Intelligent Access and Interaction with Flexible Power Alternatives

Today’s smart home is defined largely by technologies including security systems, electronic door locks, sensors, and cameras; and voice-enabled speakers and video calling devices. In order to have the greatest flexibility in placement in the home, these devices have to run on batteries (which can run out quickly) or they need to be tethered via a cable to an electric outlet. Neither of these is optimal from both aesthetic and practical purposes.

This issue of attaching intelligent devices and networks to power will become only more challenging as AI capabilities are integrated into more and more new
sensors and common objects – optimally placed so that the ‘home’ can actually learn about its occupants and eventually even anticipate their needs as opposed to responding to rudimentary commands.

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