Smart homes are increasingly popular products for infusing one's home with convenient tech, and Kirio takes that concept even further. The system is more than the typically smart home full of connected gadgets and IFTTT protocols, though it includes all that as well. Kirio separates itself by being built directly into one's home, meaning that it can control infrastructural components as well as external additions.
The important difference between Kirio and other smart home systems is in utility. While most smart homes can monitor for things like leaks or blown fuses, they don't have the ability to fix the problem, merely sending an alert and leaving the work to the home owner. Kirio, on the other hand, can stop that leak or flip that breaker on its own, essentially automating the upkeep of one's home.
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