Listen and talk to your customers and their devices in the smart home, using IoT

The home has long been the domain of consumer electronics and consumer packaged goods manufacturers, but today’s homes are an increasingly complex web of devices and services delivered by companies across a range of industries using the Internet of Things (IoT).

With expertise across all major industries and thousands of partners, IBM is your partner of choice for innovative IoT solutions for the connected home. Our IoT solutions help you turn data into insight to optimize business processes and improve safety and security while simplifying and improving the lives of residents.

By 2022,

500 smart

will be present in a typical family home.*

*The Future Smart Home: 500 Smart Objects Will Enable New Business Opportunities, Gartner, 2014.

With IBM Watson IoT, you can

  • Enhance the customer (i.e. resident) experience
  • Improve operational performance
  • Develop new business models
  • Increase environmental sustainability

IoT in the home

Integrate rooms, devices and services in the home while simplifying the life of residents.

Whether in the connected, cognitive kitchen, living room or garage, residents can better manage their home and family life with IoT.

The connected home uses data to provide residents with greater transparency and the ability to analyze their consumption of energy and other home services or resources.

The connected home can even make recommendations to help residents conserve resources and manage cost.

Connected home sensors, data and alerts can improve the health and wellness of residents, and equip caregivers, health providers and concerned family members with the tools they need to monitor and care for residents.

The connected home combines capabilities such as video and audio, biometric sensors, presence detectors, leak detectors, and smoke, fire and air quality sensors to reduce risk of accidents or security problems.

The connected home can even alert residents, first responders and insurers if an adverse event does happen.

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