At an installation in New York City, popular consumer gadget blog Gizmodo recently hosted an exhibit they called “The Home of the Future.” In this exhibit, attendees were able to walk through a vision of what the home of the near future might look like. Not surprisingly, this environment was one of integration, one in which your refrigerator talks to your smartphone talks to your TV talks to your toaster. There’s no doubt about it. Wireless product integration is not only the state of things right now, but it is the way of the future.

While a smoke detector or a carbon monoxide detector might not be the glitziest of futuristic consumer products, they may be among the most important. That’s why we at Crossfire have taken so much care in designing our state-of-the-art smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. They are built with tamperproof, long-lasting lithium batteries that will allow your detectors to last up to 20 years. In addition, our smoke detectors take advantage of dual-detection technology, which combines the power of ionization detection with photoelectric. This makes our smoke detectors exceptionally sensitive, without producing as many false alarms as cheaper detectors.

Most importantly, we’ve built our smoke detectors and our carbon monoxide detectors with the future in mind! That’s why they communicate with each other wirelessly. This communication allows one detector to alert the others in your home to potential danger. This gives you and your family the extra time that you need to escape an emergency in your home successfully. So, if you want to update your home’s detection network to one befitting the home of the future, get in touch with Crossfire today!

Source: http://homeofthefuture.gizmodo.com/tour-the-home-of-the-future-in-30-seconds-1579166999