The modern home is a very different place from how it was even fifty years ago. By the turn of the 21 century, most homes had things that they thought to be pure luxuries like multiple television, refrigerator. In 21 century appliances, they needed actual human beings to make them do things. The stage was set for the next evolution in-home appliance convenience being smart. The advent of the cloud would pave the way for a new concept in smart tech, the internet of things most modern home appliances and devices can connect with each other effectively rendering human actuation a thing of the not-so-distant past. Amazingly smart tech is actually nothing new, one of the first of its kind was the ECHO IV home automation device built in the mid-1960s. While never commercial developed it was able to compute shopping lists, control a home ambient temperature and even turn devices on and off. The smart home tech market really began at the turn of the millennium and from 2014 onwards the market has quite literally exploded. According to some sources like Citius Minds, smart tech is fast becoming all-pervasive. Take Wondrwall’s reactive house management system that can single-handedly manage your home heating, lighting, and security in one place. Another notable example includes Airex’s loT ventilation system that incorporates weather compensation to adapt to weather automatically.