In the next few years, we will live in a whole new world.
Technology is already taking us to new levels.
Iphones, smart watches, and smart cars, are just the beginning. This technology is rapidly changing, quickly improving, speeding up and becoming more compact. It is not beyond imagination that this technology might shrink down to the point of a chip that unlocks and regulates everything. As this technology emerges, we will have entered a new age. It is already the internet of things. While some are afraid of this change, there are many advantages to this innovation. This is most obvious with temperature control in our changingly climates. Smart Heating and cooling systems, which are currently limited to use in controlled environments suchy grocery stores, health facilities and laboratories, have the capacity to respond automatically to minor shifts in temperature, humidity, and air movement. They can be controlled remotely through any component with internet capability. They can be calibrated on the basis of energy consumption and better regulated for lower utility costs. They are smaller in size than traditional HVAC systems and last longer. As with any new technology, they are not 100% without drawbacks. The greatest problem associated with smart Heating and cooling systems is the threat of hacking. Because smart Heating and A/C systems can be linked to the internet and other devices, personal computers, smart phones, smart watches, and other new technology is vulnerable. This is true for smart Heating and cooling systems. However smart temperature control simplifies comfort, saves money and reduces environmental impact.