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  • Sensors can detect changes in the amount of light, temperature, or motion.
  • Home automation systems may then tailor those settings (and more) to your own tastes.
  • Controllers are the devices — computers, tablets, or cellphones — that transmit and receive signals regarding the state of your home’s automated functions.
  • Actuators, which might be light switches, motors, or motorized valves, control the actual mechanism or function of a home automation system.
  • They’re set up to be triggered by a controller’s remote instruction.
  • Remote control: Control your house from a mobile device such as a laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
  • Comfort: Using home automation, you may make your house more pleasant and livable. Set up smart speakers to play music when you arrive home from work, or change your lights to soften or brighten depending on the time of day.
  • Convenience: Set devices to switch on automatically at certain intervals, or access their settings remotely from any location with an Internet connection. When you don’t have to think about remembering to lock the door behind you or turn out the lights, you can focus on more essential things.
  • Increased security: Sensible fire alarms, nitrous oxide monitors, temperature sensors, and other remote monitoring security features may help keep your house safe from calamity.\
  • Energy efficiency: Voice control enables you to be more conscious of your power consumption.
  • You may save money on energy costs, for example, by limiting the length of time that lights remain on or by lowering temperatures when you leave a room.