“We are excited that the launch of Samsung Smart Home makes the connected home a reality today and allows our customers to live a smarter life,” said Dr. Won Pyo Hong, President and head of the Media Solution Center at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung Smart Home lets people live better, worry less and be smarter with their devices and appliances. We also have grand plans to enhance more and more parts of the home experience, especially with a view of expanding it to areas with highgrowth potential such as home safety and energy management.”
With the Samsung Smart Home app, people can control multiple devices simultaneously. For example, a user can simply say “Good Night” to the TV remote control,and connecteddeviceswithin the home such as the Smart Bulb and air conditioners could be set-up to automatically turn off.
Whether at home, at work, or out and about, people can use the app on their smartphone or wearable device to check the status of home appliances; for example, they can fully control the washerand select the correct wash settings for the laundry to be ready just when they arrive at home.
All data that is transmitted by the app is encrypted for increased security. This ensures that the people can enjoy the service safe in the knowledge their data remains private.
Users register for the Samsung Smart Home app with their Samsung Account. For smart phones, the app can be downloaded from Samsung Apps and Google Play. A separate app will soon be available for Samsung Gear 2 powered by Tizen and the app for Samsung’s 2014 Smart TV models will be available in April.
Through the app, users can add and manage all compatible devices and appliancesthat are connected to the wireless home network.Once a device has been added to the Smart Home app, it can be set up with just a few stepsusing the app’s intuitive, easy-to-navigate user interface.
Samsung Electronics plans to expand its service line-up toother smart products, including the Smart Bulbas well as robot vacuum cleaners and the Samsung Gear Fit.