Internet of Things (IoT) is the new frontier of technology, a concept that not only has the potential to impact how we live but also how we work.
As society embraces the concept of home automation buying a ‘connected’ machine or device will become the norm.
‘It is predicted that by 2020 the average housed hold will have 30 devices that require internet connection?’
But what exactly is the “Internet of things” and what impact is it going to have on you?
Simply put Internet of Things (IoT) refers to appliances and smart electrical devices in our home that are connected and ‘talk’ to each other.
These devices are either smart wired into your home using data points or connect to the internet via WIFI coverage.
With IoT things are about to get a whole lot more interesting control your lights and blinds, heating, security systems, TV, audio systems and coffee machines (just to list just a few) via an app on your smart device.
Think about this;
• Want to be able to turn your air-con off from your car?
• Open or close your blinds from your smart phone or tablet?
Smart Wiring offers us the opportunity to take advantage of the latest advances in technology by providing the perfect organisational structure for your home electronics.
To ensure your ‘Smart Devices’ are accessible and for your home to be ‘Smart Connected’ to your Internet of things (IoT) smart wiring will be essential.
Keeping all the wiring tidy and out of sight provides the perfect organisational structure for your home electronics
With hard-wired data points for permanently placed fixed devices (Fridge, heat pump. Desktop computer, tv) and WIFI coverage for roaming devices (laptop, phones, tablets, Ipads).
What we can do
Nichols Television Services offers prompt professional service, expert advice and smart solutions.
Our team are certified cable installers, able to cover all your hard-wired data points and WIFI coverage for roaming devices.
We can help customise your home or office addressing all of your smart wiring needs, enabling you to optimise and access your Internet of Things (IoT).