[tps_title]Tiny Home Tech[/tps_title]
Intel aimed to thwart these frustrations with the tech included within its four walls.
These technologies include smart lights, thermostats, outlets, camera doorbells, water and motion sensors, as well as automation profiles to interconnect all of these devices.
An example of Intel’s interconnectivity goals is showcased in the fact that the tiny home includes smart lights by Philips Hue, Cree and Osram, but allows them to all sync together through a singular platform, known as the Open Interconnect Consortium.
“There’s a limited appetite for 20 different platforms for 20 different devices,” says Levy. “But Intel gets it and that’s why they retrofitted the house the way they did.”
Another key feature in the tiny home is Intel’s extensive focus on security and biometrics with its “True Key” facial recognition technology, which syncs up with locks and lights as well to fully protect the home.