ikeA will be released later this month, and it is being described as a comprehensive plan to make the home more flexible and personalised.
The company will be able to create more than a million homes and will have a wider range of materials to choose from, from wood and stone to fabric and even a ‘smart home’.
ikeAs will allow the user to create their own home in less time than it would take to create a conventional one.
ike will also allow users to add more features and designs, including ‘smart’ windows, sensors and a built-in temperature and humidity sensor, which will be used to monitor the temperature and moisture of the home.
The company also plans to introduce a smart home service, which is expected to include more information about what the user is doing in their home.
The Home will be a range of different types of home, ranging from simple wooden home and garden to modern wood-frame homes, stone, brick and stainless steel.
It is expected that the Home will have multiple levels of automation, including an electric oven, fridge and freezer, and smart thermostats.
ike also plans a range a different kinds of lighting, including LED and LCD light, and will be making available a range ‘smart LED bulbs’ for the home, which the company says will reduce energy bills.
The Home is being launched by IkeA as a ‘home automation platform’ and it will include many new features, including a smart thermoregulation, smart home products, and the ability to control the temperature remotely.
Its design is also designed to make it easier for users to live in a home with more than one person.
In addition, it will have remote access for the owner and a ‘virtual kitchen’ to prepare meals for the entire family.
As well as the home automation platform, IkeA will also be launching a range “smart door lock”, a ‘living room wall’ and a “smart bathroom”.
The Home, which should be available later this year, is a big step for IkeA and will not only revolutionise the home but also provide a way for Ike to grow its business, which it has already started to see as growing faster than other home automation companies.
We’ll have to wait until next year for the official unveiling, but a teaser image from IkeA shows the company’s future home.
This article originally appeared on The Irish Sun