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The Future of Intelligent Technology: What Houses Will Look Like in 50 Years

Author:QINSUN Released in:2024-03 Click:30

According to the insights of cutting-edge intelligent technology experts, from health monitoring emergency rooms to biometric sensors in every corner, by 2071, our houses can almost run on their own.

With the recent announcement of a ban on gas boilers in the UK by 2025 and the government's focus on reducing carbon emissions, making positive changes to live more sustainably has become a top priority.

But what will our house look like in 50 years?

Roonte's electric heating and technology innovator collaborated with Cecilia Harvey, the founder and technical expert of Tech Women Today, to reveal what typical smart homes will look like by 2071 and how this will affect our enjoyment of more energy-efficient, economical, and sustainable lifestyles.

Some potentially interesting smart home innovations in 2071 include:

Each room has a biometric scanner to monitor activities and detect potential hazards;

A responsive heating system that can meet the personalized needs of each room;

Centralization and automation of all household appliances;

Emergency rooms connected to relevant authorities;

Health monitoring technology for tracking personal vital signs.

Here are more details we can expect in 50 years

Efficient living space that adapts to personalized needs

Supporting centralized joint utilities for heating, electricity, and air conditioning can help improve energy efficiency and sustainability. The home will be fully connected, including all kitchens, bathrooms, appliances, and heating equipment. This can integrate energy consumption data, thereby improving energy efficiency.

Cecilia explained, "Smart meters will integrate data from sensor technologies embedded in clothing, accessories, and furniture. The meters will dynamically adjust based on your personal biological characteristics, which means that every room in your home will always be at a better temperature to suit your comfort, whether it's staying cool while exercising in the living room or keeping warm before bedtime."

"Instead of traditional radiators and towel racks occupying space, heating can be embedded into the structure of the house, including walls, floors, and around windows, to improve efficiency."

Roonte CEO Antonio Dengra commented, "Smart radiators and heating solutions are already readily available and are very beneficial to the environment due to improved energy efficiency, which means that 100% of the electricity you use and pay is directly converted into heat. However, the future of heating not only means your home will be more comfortable, but it can also automatically adjust according to your personal needs, helping to significantly reduce carbon emissions.". ”

All electrical appliances are fully automated

From the kitchen to entertainment venues, all electrical equipment can automatically shut off when not in use and when electricity costs are highest. Solar panels can be replaced by roof tiles embedded in solar technology to effectively capture and store energy for home power supply.

Cecilia commented, "In the kitchen, if cooking is not your strong suit, you don't have to worry. Smart kitchen appliances can do all the heavy work for you. From ovens and stoves that track ingredients and cooking temperatures to ensure you never overcooked or undercooked, to refrigerators that automatically restock and remind you of expired food, your kitchen can save you all the trouble of preparing meals."

"The bathroom may include a smart shower and mirror that automatically opens when you enter, instantly capturing and displaying relevant information about an individual's current health status."

The house can be equipped with an emergency room

A house can have a basement emergency room to increase safety and peace of mind in emergency situations. Cecilia said, "The emergency room may include reinforced doors and windows, smart assistants built into walls for home monitoring, and health monitoring beds for observing health conditions and alerting medical authorities when needed.".

"For safety reasons, the room can only be accessed based on the approved biometric reading of the individual residing in the house."

Cecilia explained, "Every room in the home can be equipped with biometric sensors that can detect all movements and recognize when an individual enters the room. Only approved readings can be used to enter certain rooms. You can automatically receive any potential danger alerts, such as children entering the room alone, leaking pipes, or solar panels not charging.".

"In addition, every person entering your home can undergo biometric scanning and automatic security checks to obtain relevant data."

The thermal camera can surround the house, and the entrance of the house can be equipped with a video monitor, so you can remotely monitor activities. Each household can also be equipped with a smart express box, which will capture and store all received package data.

Although 50 years may still seem distant, smart devices and technology in 2021 can help us lead more efficient and environmentally friendly lives.

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