Would you like to pre-cool your rooms to a preferred temperature before reaching home or dim your bedroom lights while in bed without lifting your finger or hire a radio cab without actually booking it? Or have intelligent power systems to reduce electricity bills and conserve water with specially made plumbing materials and accessories? Soon these concepts are to be made a reality with innovative property developers out to give you the best of artificial intelligence in your home.
One such project named Haware Intelligentia promoted by Maharashtra based Haware Properties Ltd will be ready for occupation by 2023.The foundation stone for the two proposed residential towers of G+22 floors along with a commercial tower of G-7 floors at Vikhroli in Mumbai was laid in the presence of Kirit Somaiya, MP and Sunil Raut, MLA, Dr Suresh Haware, Chairman and Managing Director of Haware Properties among others.
The Haware’s Intelligentia will be powered by Amazon Echo and Apple Home whose virtual assistants Siri and Alexa understand your voice commands to do routine home tasks. Now it will be a lot easier to draw curtains, set A/C temperature, book a cab, switch on lights, TV and fans, leaving time for more creative pursuits. Children can use the technology to hone a hobby or chase a passion. The intelligent automoated rooms are priced above Rs 1.16 cr and designed by leading Singapore architects Minkke Architects and Godrej MeP providing consultancy.
Amit Haware, CEO and Joint MD said that the objective of the company was to affordable provide luxury and state-of-the-art homes within the reach of Indians.
Realty sector analysts said that it may take a few more years for smart intelligent homes to become mainstream in the country due to lower internet bandwidth and lack of sufficient smart home products and solutions in the market.