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Incremental usage of Internet of Things (IoT) supported devices has been creating a large market for the technology. Since its inception, IoT has served to versatile industries by connecting different devices or equipment.

According to a recent research of Statista, ‘The installed base of Internet of Things devices is forecast to grow to almost 31 billion worldwide for 2020. The overall Internet of Things market is projected to be worth more than one billion U.S. dollars annually from 2017 onwards.’

Above graph clearly depicts that the market of connected devices will be larger in the upcoming time. IoT is one of the technologies that covert routine activities into a smart one for the users by connecting various devices, equipment, and objects seamlessly.

In this post, we are going to share how IoT solutions help people to manage the temperature of their home by operating air conditioner from a remote location using the smartphone.

How Smart Air Conditioner Works?

With the smart air conditioner, users can get the benefit of operating AC from faraway locations. To enable users with this flexibility, air conditioner requires integration of a hardware (IoT enabled device) and a software (IoT solutions). Seamless integration amongst AC, hardware and mobile app allows for flawless data transfer and synchronization in order to control the appliance accurately. Let’s have the basic overview of possible workflow for a smart air conditioner. 

Your air conditioner will be connected with IoT hardware through Wi-Fi. The hardware controls the air conditioner via infrared just like a remote. Data transfer between hardware and mobile app takes place through internet connection using Cloud technology.

Automated AC On and Off will be possible by integrating GPS based features. Define the geographical range of your smartphone. Now, whenever the device enters and exits a defined geographical boundary, the hardware interacts with the AC via Wi-Fi to On and Off the appliance respectively. Using cloud technology, it is possible to allow users to change the settings of an air conditioner from mobile app only.  

Why One Should Buy Smart Air Conditioner?

Remote Controlling

Users can On and Off the AC as well as change the settings from a faraway location using the IoT enabled mobile application. They can change the settings of AC like target temperature, fan speed & mode through their smartphone.

Maximum Comfort

Enjoy the extreme comfort by adjusting AC temperature before you reach home. Utilizing geofencing features, the app allows users to On and Off the AC when they enter and exit the home. With the help of connected devices and IoT solutions, you have the comfort to increase or decrease the cooling of AC remotely.

Smart Scheduling

Apply personalized scheduling by adjusting different temperatures for different times of the day as per your needs.

Cost Efficiency

Enabling users with automated On and Off facilities as well as smart scheduling, IoT solutions help people to save up to 40% of the AC billing.

Multi-zone Support

You can control all the AC of your home using the single IoT enabled mobile app. Connect your air conditioners with IoT hardware to leverage independent multi-zone control through a single mobile app.

Takeaway

Smart air conditioners enable end customers with the numerous benefits in terms of facility and money. Especially when people have no time to maintain the different amenities of the home, technologies like IoT allow them to operate the various appliances on the go through end-to-end automation.

IoT Solutions Company provide custom IoT solutions for smart air conditioners. They help businesses to enable the consumers with the advanced facilities and simplify their day-to-day life.

Kapil is the Industry Marketing Specialist at Credencys, An avid reader and technology enthusiast, he likes to imagine how startups will build the future of publishing. He's an expert in inbound marketing, content marketing, and lead generation. Follow him on Twitter at @kmrawal.

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