The race to devise the next best smart home device is a tight one – the world’s largest tech companies are constantly introducing new features and products to a highly saturated market of eager consumers. However, there is one drawback to the current state of the smart home: many of these devices operate separately, when in fact, they must communicate with one another in order to achieve a fully connected and truly smart home.
The number of connected devices is expected to grow to 20.4 billion by 2020. In the next few years, IoT devices could know more about your home than you do. Even if you have more than 50 smart devices in your home, if there is a missing link between a device’s ability to sense and act accordingly, the home is not smart.
Introducing Aura WiFi Motion
Cognitive Systems created a solution to address this industry-wide challenge. Its patented Aura WiFi Motion technology takes a customer’s existing WiFi network and transforms it into a comprehensive, automated home monitoring and security solution.
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