Compact technology. It covers a range of devices, from smartphones to home tech and it’s largely thanks to intricately printed circuit boards (PCBs).
These essentially support the mechanics of an electrical product. Innovators like RS make them easy to find.
How can the digital tools that they power help us? Have they changed the way that we lead our lives?
It seems that almost everybody owns a smartphone. Last year, it was estimated the number of smartphone users within the United States to reach a staggering 257.4 million in total.
And it’s easy to see why they’re so popular. Very often, they make life easier. It’s even helped to revolutionize key industries – particularly media.
Mobile journalism (often abbreviated to Mojo) is an emerging trend within the sector. Through their phones, reporters can produce, edit and publish multimedia stories. They then post a news article instantly.
So, smartphones offer a simpler, faster way to keep the public up to date with current events.
Smart technology can maximize safety – especially when it comes to building security. It enables business and homeowners alike to better protect their assets.
Install smart devices – like sensors and alarms – within an indoor area, and you’ll be able to reduce the risk of break-ins and theft. Even better, you can do so remotely – where ever you are.
This may be particularly useful for firm leaders and directors who usually travel outside their workplace. Through smart tech, they can guarantee workplace safety at all times.
Equally, it could benefit property owners who are regularly away from home.
Smart tech doesn’t just heighten safety. It can also improve the energy efficiency of an indoor area. Why? Because it’s typically designed to produce as little energy as possible.
Take smart lighting, for example. True, smart bulbs may cost more than the traditional model. But they’re often cheaper and more eco-friendly in the long run.
And it’s for one simple reason: they use less power. They also tend to be sold with an accompanying control device. As with alarms and sensors, lighting can be controlled remotely.
If you’ve left the house and fear that you’ve left the light on, don’t worry. You can easily rectify this through your mobile.
What’s more, you’ll be helping to save the planet, too.
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