Smart Homes for Stupid People

It’s a fortunate reality that as people seem to be getting more stupid, technology is starting to compensate by providing intelligent cars, phones and now houses.

Nowadays you don’t have to know how to park a car, read a mapo r even choose a hotel or restaurant; there’s always a glut of apps to do it for you.

Some people would say that is a bad thing, but I’m a minority.

So, the Valencian company, Netbeast, led by CEO Jon Senra, has created Yeti, for those of us undeveloped enough to need a Smart Home companion.

It allows you to control all your home’s devices from a single app, by scanning your network looking for all your smart home devices. It simplifies the control of your appliances with a single interface, and easily adapts your smart home devices to your daily lifestyle. It simplifies the way you set your devices to perform repetitive actions, enabling faster and simpler access to all your smart equipment.

Furthermore it makes your devices work together for special occasions and schedules routines that make your home do repetitive daily tasks for you.

Just set them once and don’t worry about them later, knowing that Yeti will take care of everything, organising your devices into rooms to simplify and speed up your access to them

By creating rooms (living room, bedroom etc.), you can control and manage different types of devices with just one tap

Yeti also triggers specific behaviours of your devices to create magic moments, allowing you to impress your guests, and create different charms like home cinema or a romantic dinner or party.

Alternatively you could learn a bit of DIY and get ready for the big techno meltdown.

Watch this column next week when we will publish Earth’s expiry date!

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