The concept of houses has changed beyond recognition in the 21st century. Now, a house doesn’t only consist of four walls and a roof; it has become a smart house, where different gadgets help residents of the house complete household jobs with ease.
In 1923, a renowned Swiss architect named Le Corbusier described the house as a “machine for living in.” With the passage of time in middle of 20th century, this thought turned into a reality. People were relieved of the drudgery of household jobs with the availability of electricity and gadgets to help. More and more people started using washing machines, dishwashers, and vacuum cleaners in their homes.
With the invention of transistors in the later part of 20th century, electronic gadgets became an important part of the household. The devices controlled themselves in a limited way using the inbuilt sensors and programs.
In the 21st century, smart chips in household gadgets has made them much smarter, as they can now be controlled remotely. The internet—and mobile internet use in homes—has made the shift to smarter houses. Now, more and more houses are using automated gadgets. Household devices that rely on internet control are being launched daily.
Smart houses filled with connected products are loaded with possibilities to make our lives easier, convenient, and more comfortable. Take this example: When you are driving home on a hot summer day, rather than feel uncomfortable at home, and wait for your house to cool down, you can switch on the air conditioner and adjust the your home’s temperature from your smart phone.
Next, imagine this: You’re cooking dinner and you ask your voice assistant on Amazon Echo to read the main news and interesting stories for you while you focus on chopping vegetables.
There is no shortage of possibilities for smart home devices, and home automation seems to be the flavor of the future. Researchers have estimated that there is going to be tremendous growth in the shipment of smart home appliances. This include all smart appliances (washers, dryers, refrigerators etc.), along with smart home safety and security devices and security systems (sensors, monitors, cameras, burglar alarm systems, and smart home energy saving equipment, like thermostats and smart lighting).
The smart home devices provide many benefits: convenience to the user, as he can perform other tasks and let the devices do their jobs independently. Beyond convenience, devices help in reducing cost and conserving energy. Imagine how LED bulbs reduce energy consumption in relation to old electric bulbs. Moreover, LED bulbs have a longer lifespan and recently, with cost reduction, are more affordable. Smart bulbs can change color as necessary and wireless dimming kits help to provide white light needs. Smart Lock provides security for homes and works with Siri through Apple Homekit.
Little Gecko Technology Consulting handles technology installation and upkeep of all types of installations in your home to keep it running as efficiently as possible. We also provide consultancy for installation and upkeep of machines in large office and business, such as stores and restaurants that require excellent audio and visual equipment for great customer experiences.
We have the ability to innovate, along with years of experience in providing solutions to your needs. We also provide Failover Internet Solution to restaurants, as well as cabling solutions to connect all your computers to share printers, scanners, and internet access with amazing speed and reliability, which is useful in homes and business offices. We also offer restaurant contractors assistance in opening restaurants in Boston, and we provide complete restaurant solutions in the fields of Micros POS system training for food and beverage operations in restaurants. We design and install audio equipment with the size and shape of space in mind for best quality sound output and listening results.
In today’s era of too much competition restaurants also deal with it. They have to make their business run fast than others so as to keep a higher rank in this race of customers and attract customers more than their peers. As it is technology world now. Restaurants are also using technology to make more customers. They are offering various kinds of technology services to their users so as to attract them to visit them again and again and become a regular customer.
In today’s modern and technological era, almost every business’ critical operations rely on an internet connection. Even a very short disruption in internet connection can mean lost revenue, customer dissatisfaction, and reduced productivity.
Cash payments are rare these days; people are relying on more modern options. People are more tech-savvy today, so transactions are almost always made via credit or debit cards and other online payment methods. From credit card transactions to customer service apps, you depend on your internet network connection to handle all your restaurant’s business operations in an intelligent, efficient manner. Along with these various jobs, network security must be a priority for your restaurant. Failover internet can trouble any business on a major level. The need to run your restaurant without the worry of threats and sensitive customer data being compromised is critical.
LittleGecko internet failover solutions will keep your network running and your customers and staff happy when your internet is down. We will help you install devices that automatically and seamlessly switch over to a wireless 4G LTE broadband internet connection. Any systems connected to the device can continue to operate at broadband speeds. Customers and employees often don’t even realize that the primary internet connection has been lost.
Our wireless network experts will provide an all-in-one internet fail-over solution that is easy to deploy and manage. This invaluable solution can facilitate both wireless and wired WAN through a single platform, keeping the many tools and services that require connectivity up and running. These include:
Our internet solution decreases IT tech man-hours, hardware and network downtime. It also empowers a one-man network admin team to maximize limited sources.