Monthly Archives: April 2017

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Improving The Energy Efficiency of Appliances With AI

It is amazing to see how the internet, computers, and software are entering every aspect of our lives, automating and simplifying daily tasks like never before.

For more than 100 years, technology has been marching steadily into home appliances at every level, from information processing to electronics and production.

However, recently the use of on-board intelligent software capable of analyzing, scheduling and triggering tasks autonomously has been taking off in home electronics and appliances.

From automatic vacuum cleaners to robotic pool cleaners, coffee makers and bread makers, artificial intelligence (AI) is being applied to almost every household chore.

One of the greatest side-benefits of the AI appliance revolution is in energy efficiency.

Are you ready for the intelligent, energy-efficient home?

Here are examples of modern high-end home appliances that have recently been incorporating onboard AI software to produce energy efficiency advantages.

Robotic pool cleaners

Swimming pool owners no longer need to pay pool cleaner wages – or waste an hour a day sweeping pool steps.

The best robotic pool cleaners like the Dolphin Nautilus and Aquabot Elite are designed to effectively clean swimming pool floors, walls and cloves using sophisticated AI algorithms that reduce energy and spend less time cleaning.

dolphin nautilus robotic pool cleaner in action

Dolphin Nautilus Robotic pool cleaner in action

The smart thing about the latest models is that cleaning is totally … Read More

Wind Energy

Wind Energy Advantages and Disadvantages

With recent global campaigns against the use of fossil fuels, it is no surprise that countries are now investing in alternative renewable sources of energy. A global investment of $241.6 billion in 2016, 23% less than in 2015 brought 138.5 gigawatts of new renewable power capacity.

Up to 8% more power was generated when compared to 127.5 gigawatts in 2015. The significant rise in global electricity produced by renewable sources averts an estimated 1.7 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide discharges. This is according to a report released by the United Nations Environment.… Read More