1. Smart security systems
Smart security system monitors the structures 24/7 from your smartphone with a smart home security app. It give you panoramic view of the structure inside and out and should notify you if any unusual motion is detected.

2. Video doorbell camera
With video monitoring you can answer your door from the palm of your hand. It is a Wi-Fi enabled doorbell camera that allows you to video chat with visitors through your smartphone.

3. Smart plug and smart outlets
With this technology you can use your home Wi-Fi network to turn devices on and off right from a smart home app. This home automation technology can even tell you how much power or energy you use on your electronics, giving you valuable insight into which electronics and appliances are costing you the most each month. 

4. Smart thermostat
With this technology you have the convenient control of your home’s thermostat is now right at your fingertips wherever you are.
With a programmable smart thermostat you can control the settings from your Apple or Android smartphone. Best of all, its sophisticated automation technology continually learns to pre-heat/cool your home based on your habits so that you are comfortable at all times. With a Wi-Fi enabled thermostat, you can take total control of your home’s temperature settings.

5. Smart irrigation controller

There is even home automation technology that has your garden covered. Whether you are looking for complete Wi-Fi watering systems, moisture sensors, smart gardening apps and cloud platforms or gardening DIY.

6. Smart smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
Fire and carbon monoxide are two of the biggest safety hazards in your home so it’s comforting to have the ability to monitor them from anywhere with a smart home app. It can also notify you when the batteries are low in your alarms. 

7. Solar panel maintenance
Solar panel technology defies the standard transmission of solar energy in transparent sheets and allows for the specification of more versatile color and solar transmission per project. Solar technology admits more natural daylight while reflecting outwards infrared radiation that creates heat. Solar panels generate electrical power from the sun by converting sunlight to electricity with no moving parts, zero emissions, and no maintenance.

8. Smart locks
The smart deadbolt gives you a virtual spare key so you don’t need to hide anything under your doormat. With this home automation technology, you can control your locks from anywhere with your mobile device.