It is everywhere, and it is almost about to take the whole world. Smart technology is around you. From the phone you’re holding to the city you’re living, smart technology has been part of our life now.
Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology or Smart for short, is an interactive technology that is connected to the internet and intelligent in many ways. The most common example of this technology is a phone. Today, not only phones are considered smart, even your home can be smart, a table can be smart, and even clothing.
Technology has come a long way and will never stop evolving. Smart technology has been making life easier for many of us. For instance, a smart home alarm system is more than just a device that alerts the owner if there is a break in. It could do more things more than you imagined. From the tip of your fingers with your phone, you can basically control everything. You can unlock or lock the door, open the garage, set the temperature, and even stream a live feed of a surveillance cam.
Smart technology is limitless. Even just a simple pair of glasses just to correct your vision is now also connected to the internet. Putting the word smart before an object is like giving it a brain that could deem as intelligent. Smart cars, smart watches, smart homes, smart fridge, sooner or later, everything you couldn’t imagine will be smart.
Whether you like or not, you want to stay old school or embrace the future, you can never stop the progress of technology. But looking at the bigger picture, smart technology is not just for everyday use. Smart technology has been helping us in various ways not only for your home but also in work, transport, energy, health, manufacturing, and all other aspects of any industry.
Soon enough, technology will take over the world. As they are made to make our life easier, then we should know our limitations and know that it’s bad to rely on them heavily. We should know that technology is not the one who controls us, but it’s us who should be controlling them.