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How to Create a Connected Home Ecosystem


Make Life Simpler (Not More Complicated) with Smart Home Control 

More people than ever are curious about smart home solutions. But if they aren’t careful, they can be led astray by DIY smart gadgets. It seems fun and easy to order a smart thermostat online and then purchase a few smart bulbs and speakers. But it’s less fun when you realize every device has its own app or remote to control it. 

Instead, you want a connected ecosystem that syncs all your solutions into one platform. From one app, remote, or touch panel, you have complete control over your security, entertainment, comfort, and more. 

Learn how smart home control works below, and contact Texadia Systems in Dallas, TX, to start your home upgrade today! 

How AI Is Changing Smart Home Control

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What AI Integration Means for the Modern Smart Home 

Today, you can ask Alexa to turn on the lights or ask Google Home to play a song—and sometimes it gets it right, while other times it doesn’t. It may not know which smart light you’re referring to or proudly begin playing the wrong song and artist. 

But what if your voice assistant could actually comprehend what you were saying and respond to natural comments like, “It’s too dark in here”? Imagine asking for restaurant recommendations nearby and listening to helpful suggestions while you get ready, then promptly ask it to call to make a reservation. 

Artificial intelligence has been gaining traction and improving in recent years, and the release of ChatGPT has unleashed a world of new possibilities. has been a pioneer of home voice control since 2015, and now Josh is teaming up with ChatGPT for its smart new product, JoshGPT

While more brands are sure to follow, JoshGPT is the first AI-empowered smart home system. Here’s how JoshGPT is changing smart home control. Curious to learn more? Contact Texadia Systems in the Highland Park, TX, area. 

Controlling Your Whole Home with One Smart System


See How Convenient Life Becomes with Smart Home Control 

Remember the days before smartphones? To travel, we’d consult paper maps or print directions from MapQuest. We made calls on our phones but took pictures with a separate camera. And to listen to music, we’d plug headphones into an iPod or mp3 player. We used a different device for every action, filling an entire bag with what today is consolidated into a single smartphone. 

Today, you can apply the same consolidation to your daily life with a smart home system. Rather than use separate remotes, apps, and wall switches across the house, all of your home’s subsystems can be synced into one easy-to-use controller like Savant. 

Savant is a home automation system that controls lighting, AV, thermostats, security, and more, creating a comfortable and convenient home experience. To see what it would be like to live with Savant in your University Park, TX home, read on to discover the benefits. And to learn more about smart home controlsubscribe to our free monthly newsletter here

Why You Should Include Smart Home Control in Your New Home Development


Building a House? Don’t Miss the Chance to Make It Smart 

Are you purchasing a new home build? Or are you working with an architect to construct the house of your dreams? 

In a new home, you’re free to create exactly what you desire. You won’t have to partake in the bidding war, and you won’t be repairing or updating the floors in a few years. 

Another benefit to building? New construction is the best opportunity to install home automation. Smart technology can be wired discreetly through the walls for a clean, sophisticated system.

If you’re unsure about smart home control, read on to see why you won’t want to miss it in your new construction. As a technology integrator that serves the University Park, TX, area, we’ll shed some light on what to expect in a Control4 smart home. You can also learn more in our blog series here

Control4: One App to Control Them All


Smart Home Control Is Done Right with Just One App

If you use multi-room audio, a home surveillance camera, and a smart lighting system in your home, there’s no reason to manage each piece separately. Technology is supposed to make life easier—not more complicated. Although the advances in technology would seemingly save us time, most of us still feel as busy as ever.

But with a Control4 smart home control system, you can merge all of your technology under one umbrella, even devices made by different manufacturers. From the Control4 app, you can manage lighting, audio, video, security, thermostats, motorized shades, and more. To see how the app will work for your Highland Park, TX home, continue reading below.

CEDIA 2019: New Products by Sonos, Control4, Sony & More


Reviewing the Winners and Wows of the CEDIA Showroom Floor

Every year, the Custom Electronics Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) hosts an expo for home technology professionals around the world to attend seminars and view all-new products. This year’s show in Denver, Colorado, welcomed a crowd of 20,000 where manufacturers like Control4, Sonos, Samsung, LG, Sony, and more unleashed their latest devices on the showroom floor.

The trends we saw at CEDIA are a preview of all that’s to come in the world of smart home control. To learn about the new technology that your Dallas, TX home can enjoy soon, continue reading for the latest technology innovations.

3 Essential Smart Home Control Upgrades You Need Now


Make the Most of Your Texas Smart Home for Simplified and Elevated Living

If you already have a smart home, you understand the power of convenience, luxury, and security that it brings to your lifestyle. One-touch commands over several systems, voice control options, and integrated technology truly take simplified living to new levels.

But are you making the most of your Texas smart home? Automation allows for virtually limitless customization for any personal preference, whether that means more convenience, energy savings, or even just high-end entertainment.

As a professional systems integrator serving University Park, we know a thing or two about custom home automation. Below, we list three smart home control upgrades you should consider for your space if you haven’t already. Keep reading to learn why.

How to Manage Your Winter Energy Bills


Smart Home Control Tips That Reduce Your Seasonal Carbon Footprint

Cutting down on your monthly energy bills is a big priority during the winter months. As the days get shorter and colder, your lights and thermostat work overtime to keep your family comfortable and safe. Often these costs are exacerbated by the fluctuating temperatures in Highland Park, TX. What can you do to stay a step ahead and reduce costs without sacrificing comfort? Make the most of the winter with these smart home control solutions.


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