Hubsai Introduces AI-Based Smart Home Platform Integration With Apple Watch 6

Hubsai Introduces AI-Based Smart Home Platform Integration With Apple Watch 6

by NeoTech Post

Hubsai, a smart home automation company specializing in residential homes, apartments, and multi-family units, announced it is now live with full integration of its smart home platform with Apple Watch 6.

Hubsai utilizes Apple Watch voice command technology to make home automation easy and hands-free. Users can tell their Apple Watch what they want to do, and the Hubsai Mobile app will execute the request. 

Using the Hubsai Mobile app in conjunction with the Apple Watch 6, users can now monitor and modify thermostats, flood sensors, indoor and outdoor cameras and video feeds, lights, and motion sensors – entirely by voice command. Real-time feeds and automatic on/off smart light scheduling mean users can be confident that their residence is safe. 

In creating its Hub and Mobile applications, Hubsai has partnered with several smart home industry leaders, including Philips, Amcrest, and Fibaro, to take home automation to the next level. 

Some of the scenarios where this new integration can help automate and simplify a consumer’s daily routines include:

  • Both hands full of groceries? Simply tell Apple Watch to unlock the front door.
  • Multiple garage door openers in rainy weather or late at night? The Hubsai app will automatically open the garage door even before pulling into the driveway.
  • On vacation or a business trip? Get peace of mind by requesting an audible update on the current status of their home security system.
  • Multiple properties? Apple Watch will ask which property and feature to activate.

Of the company’s latest release, CEO Mike Ghodoosian said, “After developing cutting-edge smart home technology, such as our Hubsai Hub and Hubsai Mobile applications, we are thrilled to go live with this fully integrated functionality with Apple Watch. This enhancement will bring our customers an extraordinary experience in home automation control, convenience, and safety.”

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