Lately, I can’t keep up with all the Smart technology that has been released on the market.
Of course, I am used to a smartphone, but there are smart cars, smart watches, smart thermostats, smart appliances, as well as smart HVAC systems.
I am familiar with smart heaters and smart air conditioners, but the smart HVAC was a new concept for me. I guess it shouldn’t be surprising since businesses and homes are equipped with more smart technology than ever before. Many homes have smart washers and dryers, refrigerators, thermostats, and vacuums, just to name a few. And businesses are adopting building automation systems where everything from the lights to the HVAC units are connected to the network. The smart HVAC systems are beneficial to businesses because it grants the company remote access to the system all the time. This means there is better efficiency as well as more improved energy savings capabilities. A smart thermostat is part of the smart HVAC systems, and they too are great because they provide the same benefit to a homeowner. And over the years, the technology has improved and the thermostats with the help of cutting-edge AI technology can diagnose and troubleshoot the equipment. I don’t know what the future holds for smart HVAC systems, but I can only assume that we will see more of them in our homes as well as in our places of business. As long as there is some savings involved, energy consumption and easy access, I will eventually phase out my traditional HVAC unit for much smarter systems. Afterall, smart HVAC technology will be the future of the HVAC industry.