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2020 is only two years away. Technology keeps on growing and evolving. Everything is trying to get better and make life much easier. The same thing applies to home security systems. The companies know that there is no such thing as being “too safe”. Intruders and hackers will try to invent new ways to break through even the tightest of security. This dance will keep going on until the human race is long gone. For now, Protect America will look into 2020 and see what it has in store. Here are three predictions they came up with.

  • Everything will be Connected
  • AI and machine learning will monitor — and fix — your home
  • 360 degree Cameras

Everything Will Be Connected

This one is already starting to become a reality. But what if this can be taken a step further? The home security system could be linked to things like all of the computers in the house, the TV, tablets, smart speakers, phones, and small devices like iPod. Once connected, these devices can help connect the home security system and make the right adjusts and keep track while away from home. Plus, everything could be connected to a miniature robot that runs around the house and watches everything. The ambient thinks,

In two years, analysts are predicting that we’ll have 20.4 billion connected things live in the world, and as many as 12.8 billion of those for households rather than businesses.

And why stop in the house? When the home owner goes out of town, they could connect to the whole neighborhood to watch the house while they are out on vacation. By 2020, it could take a village to protect the home.

AI and MacHine Learning Will Monitor — and Fix — Your Home

Picture this: something breaks in the house. The home owner does not have to get up and try and fix it or call someone to do it. All their worries would float away. The house will fix itself almost automatically. Electronic House adds more to the example,

Imagine artificially intelligent plumbing. Imagine that plumbing develops a leak, which triggers a moisture sensor, which tracks the failed pipe or coupling, which orders a small machine loaded with high-tech sealant to close the leak — and orders a second machine to mop up.

The same could apply to the home security system. If something goes wrong with the alarm or cameras, the system could detect the problem, contain it, and fix it all in a day. No more wait time. There would be no need to get up and call a mechanic to fix anything ever again. The smart house would know which parts would be needed to make those impossible repairs that it could not do itself. It might be able to make the orders online itself. The system could even detect carbon monoxide and fire right before they start, saving countless numbers of lives. The best part about this prediction? So much time and money will be saved with repairs. The only thing the home owner would have to do is sit back and relax.

360 Degree Cameras

The main problem with security cameras is that they can only record in one location at a time. What if there was one camera that could record every single room in the house? Drones can already film one than one location at a time, but it draw too much attention to themselves. This would be a small camera that could easily be hidden in plain sight and film away. The home owner could be placed in one spot and turn it on. There would be no more need to have over twenty cameras around the house. There would just be the same amount of cameras to match the amount of rooms in the house. The footage would could out all life-like and have sharp HD quality. This camera would have crystal clear colors and powerful night vision. Plus, the sound would be top quality. No more grainy footage and muffled sounds anymore.

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Electronic House: https://www.electronichouse.com/smart-home/10-ways-home-will-change-2020/

The Ambient: https://www.the-ambient.com/features/future-of-smart-home-timeline-310