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A New Generation Of Handymen Become Smart At Home

A new generation of handymen become smart at home
A new generation of handymen become smart at home

A new generation of handymen become smart at home

Digitization is a trend, but traditional services are still in demand, In recent generation, with the advent of smart home devices, the concept of “handyman” has changed. These devices programmed to turn on the TV or turn off the lights.

Today, the services provided by handymen include synchronizing gadgets. Appliances to a Wi-Fi network so that they can “talk” to each other.

Through this series of networked devices, or the Internet of Things, high-tech handymen can perform remote maintenance. The industry-with a focus on electronics, artificial intelligence and information technology-has no problems attracting young talents.

In Singapore, 35-year-old Eski Quek co-founded the home automation company Home Action Party with his brother Aaden seven years ago. For them, a typical day involves wirelessly connecting homes.

“Our main home automation services include ensuring good network and Wi-Fi coverage. So that owners can seamlessly remotely control their homes through apps on their smartphones,” Eski Quek said.

“The home automation application keeps the homeowner and our service team in a loop.”

Queks’ company conducts about three new projects every month and employs five full-time employees. Each with a national electronic engineering certificate.

Today, many homes equipped with smart bulbs, plugs, sensors, security cameras and other devices.

For example, using a smart speaker. Moreover, You can easily turn on or off the smart light, dim or change the color of the light bulb. The smart plug can be set to turn on the plug-in kettle at a specific time each morning. Moreover, so that there always hot water when the occupant wakes up. Sensors that detect motion, temperature, brightness, and humidity are the key to building a truly smart home. Furthermore, The information collected by these small, low-power devices sent wirelessly to a smart hub. Which organizes and uses the data to trigger specific actions. For example, when the motion sensor detects that someone enters the room, the smart light bulb will automatically turn on.


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