Smart homes monitoring devices help to keep kids safe

January 10, 2017

For most parents, the prospect of leaving their children at home alone can inspire fears ranging from minor mishaps to major disaster. There is always concern about what the kids are up to and who may be invited in when mom and dad are not home to supervise, or even the possibility of an accident occurring when the child is alone. Families may put some of these anxieties aside and get peace of mind by using smart home monitoring devices enabled

SmartCode Electronic door locks

– The SmartCode electronic door locks with Home Connect technology is designed so each family member can have their own personal code, allowing them to enter the home with just a few simple pushes of a button and lock it with just one. Thus, kids can each have their own code for increased security and safety, as they no longer have to carry keys, which can often get lost.
– SmartCode lock technology also provides more control over who has access to your home: a temporary code can be assigned to various parties — service providers or housekeepers, for example — to whoever needs one and deleted whenever the homeowner sees fit. The temporary code can even be set up to work only during a certain timeframe, while kids are at school, for example. And you can be notified if the service provider doesn’t leave before the child is scheduled to come home.
– Most importantly, the locks can be set up to send you a text when your child arrives home after school so you can be assured of their whereabouts while giving them the freedom they’ve earned. Even if you have an agreement that your child should call when they get home, with SmartCode there’s no panic in the event they forget.
Because you can monitor lock status remotely, you’ll know if your child forgets to lock the door. What’s more, you have the power to lock the door remotely from any web-enabled device, even across the country.

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· Securing the Household
Parents who worry about intruders coming into the home while their children are alone can use home security features to activate cameras on the premises via their smartphones. Panic buttons can be set up to activate sirens and turn on lights in the event that a child is threatened.

Smoke sensors and C02 sensors can also trigger alerts to parents to give them real-time warning of other safety issues and allowing them to respond quickly to these emergencies.

When it comes to the safety and comfort of your children, every precaution must be taken. With a remote home monitoring system, you can be sure that your children are safe and well taken care of even if you aren’t home to directly supervise them.

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