Argrace, China’s leading smart home solutions provider, earlier this month, at the Consumer Electronics Show –CES 2019, held from Jan. 8th to Jan. 11th 2019, showcased its consolidated smart home system powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) technology, which with their advanced data protection protocols and privacy features, attracted much attendee attention.
The smart home products with their non-inductive controls, ensure effortless control of lights, televisions, or curtains without manual or voice induced interventions. The smart home products, by doing a behavior analysis of each family member can further optimize user experience based on their individual preferences and tastes. The system by analyzing each user’s preferences can provide a personalized experience by setting a temperature to best-fit the user in the room, play the favorite music, and provide ambient lighting, as preferred by users. The whole-house smart home solutions by doing the user preference analysis can offer personalized health, beauty, and sleep-related services and much more.
According to Lin Wei, CMO of Argrace, today’s smart home consumers are more prudent to data security, and as per research published by Princeton University, many smart home products lack the basic data encryption qualities, pointing out the not-so-strong security of these products. Keeping these key concerns in mind, Argrace adopted edge computing, i.e. prior to cloud uploading, calculations are completed on the gateway, in the cloud data go through a desensitization process to further ensure security.