The evolution of technology is taking place at a fast pace, and today’s generations, have become the largest set of people engaging with the latest technology, and different forms of communication.
More importantly, teenagers and those in their mid-twenties haven’t known life without the internet and technology. They’ve both been an integral part of their lives, and are in true terms, digital natives. They have been at the forefront, adopting new technology, especially in the connected space of IoT. Their exposure to these devices starts from their mobile phones to various other connected devices. The ultimate purpose for them is to experience maximum convenience with the least possible effort, and this is what companies like Legrand are trying to offer.
Over the past year, Legrand with its IoT Program – Eliot, has been working towards creating a range of solutions that helps people live a connected life. Their smart home products integrate seamlessly and can be operated from all mobile devices.
The application of these is not only limited to homes, but also in offices and industries where they help drive productivity and efficiency.
Today, connected products help users control their home electrical settings, entertainment units, security, monitor power usage, to controlling other home appliances via their mobile, voice control or a mere touch. The application and its usage of such connected devices are endless and seamless.
With such wide acceptability today, here are some key areas where IoT is getting widely integrated:
Together, these form an Internet of Things ecosystem for a smart city. The world will get increasingly connected and the tech-savvy consumers of today – Gen Z in particular, will further drive the technological enhancement and adoption of all things connected.