Talking Homes –A Gift By Raheja’s Developers
Can you imagine just talking to your house and getting things done through a few commands?
One would even be able to switch on and off fans, lights, TV, music , air-conditioning and curtains enabling you to interact with your home.
“It is a revolutionary concept, user friendly and can be updated from time to time as the voice recognition engines improve globally to understand different accents. We have tested the system and it works very well. One has to experience it to understand it better. In these smart apartments, you can even get all your queries answered. It picks information from the internet and gives you the answer,” says Nayan Raheja, executive director, Raheja Developers.
The technology is robust and can be updated from time to time as the voice recognition engines improve globally to understand all the different accents. It also paves the way open for our smartphones to interact more closely with the built spaces around us. It will have first of its kind skybridge.
“Many people have not woken up to the technology revolution so there are many who are not able to use smartphones , though they would like to have a smart home. Removing the layer of smartphone makes the system hassle-free for elderly people as well,” says Raheja.
Incidentally Ayana will also be built by Arabtec, the largest construction company in the GCC by Market Cap, the same company that built the Burj Khalifa.
Raheja have a happy customer base and have to their credit several international and national level awards like ‘Best Developer Worldwide’,’Best Developer in India by Euromoney’ and over 40 other awards recently. And we found them to be reliable long term partner.
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