Connected homes are getting enhanced, whether through connected objects or home automation systems. In the already broad spectrum of new functionalities available, connected armored doors, new monitoring, and alarm systems are making a great addition to an already long list of modern amenities offered in the latest generation of homes.

The concept of the connected house or smart house is evolving with the times.

Soon, the democratization of these technologies could make housing entirely controlled by computer systems, whether for heating, air conditioning, lighting, water management, energy. The significant advantage being that these intelligent houses will be in total interaction with their occupants, meeting their every wish. Although this may suggest that most will gradually lose their human reflexes, it appears that they could be most useful for people with disabilities, such as the visually impaired, or the sick or elderly or in security logics against external threats.

Nowadays, connected houses are more and more feature-rich, and many companies regularly bring innovations in line with them. Among them are connected speakers, such as Alexa or Google Home. In these innovative residential areas, installing a connected armored door should quickly integrate practices and practices to provide greater security for connected homes.

Connected armored doors are a whole new way to protect your home, whether it is fully connected or not. Remotely controllable, homeowners are more serene and can monitor what is happening around their home, whether they are at work, on vacation, at the races, or just around the corner. They can also be associated with doorbells connected to the example of the Netatmo doorbell presented at CES 2019, compatible with HomeKit. To reinforce this same security and reassure the owners.

Need for cybersecurity on the rise!

Paradoxically, the enrichment of smart homes with connected functionalities is forcing more and more occupants to equip themselves with cybersecurity systems to prevent any risk of external attack.

Beyond the risks associated with piracy, thanks to their home automation systems, smart homes reassure us, whether outdoors or indoors. The dangers of fire, water damage, or breakdown can now be anticipated when they are not directly detected. Residents can be notified in real time, and in some cases, the system allows you to call someone directly to intervene.

In particular, the connected house helps to prevent risks that surround us, such as unusual noises that often lead us to believe that someone is trying to break into our home. A situation that can be solved thanks to the artificial intelligence developed by Sensory, which instantly prevents the slightest suspicious noise. Of course, the noise of the croquettes in the cat’s bowl or the noise of broken glass will not be taken into account, but rather suspicious sounds, to avoid the worst.