The concept of Smart homes in the real estate sector is fast gaining traction. It presents new opportunities in this area. For those who are keen on tapping into this industry, there couldn’t be another chance to exploit.
Smart homes are going to solve a lot of problems for persons with disabilities. Traditionally people with disability require personal assistants who can help them get around in their homes and carry out some of the most mundane tasks. For instance, when someone with a disability wants to switch a thermostat on or off, they have to get to where it is before they can perform any operation on it. But the Smart homes employ a different approach to such a problem. By enabling individuals to integrate home furnishings and appliances with smart devices they can carry out simple tasks such as drawing curtains or switching off a machine remotely.
Successful brands such as Apple and Microsoft have developed a lot of interests in this field. Apple is among the leading tech brands that have come up with their prototypes of smart homes, reports business.com. One consumer who has quadriplegia is already enjoying the benefits that smart homes have to offer. In his Apple system-controlled home, he can carry out mundane tasks such as regulating his house temperature, opening, and closing doors without requiring the help of an assistant.
Todd Lubar has always been forward thinking as far as real estate and technology is concerned. As the President of TDL Global Ventures, Lubar has been able to create an impact in the Baltimore real estate space. The entrepreneur started off by acquiring derelict structures and re-developing them into smart homes and urban living spaces.
On Inspirery, Todd Lubar said that for anyone to be successful in their areas of specialization, they have to work hard and be consistent. Also, keeping an inner circle of friends who share similar aspirations and dreams helps one to stay on course. Indeed it shall be interesting to watch how the Smart home concept pans out shortly.