Control Your Smart Lock With The Knocki Remote Control

Analysts are predicting the Smart Home market to be worth more than $43 billion by 2022. While millions of consumers have already taken the plunge into the Smart Home world, others are waiting for something spectacular and unique. For those consumers, who have already invested in Smart devices, you may want to consider enhancing your home network with the Knocki Remote Control.

 

Knocki Remote Control

 

Knocki Remote Control  

 

Most people rely on their smartphone to manage their Smart devices. While this works well for most, it may cause some confusion for those that utilize their phone for work. The Knocki offers a simplistic way to control a wide range of Smart gadgets. The device can be installed on a wall or utilized as a portable remote control.

The set up process is as simple as removing Knocki from the shipping box, syncing with the Wi-Fi home network, and downloading the accompanied app, which is available for both iOS and Android device.

Knocki is integrated with patent-pending technology that detects touch gestures. This technology utilizes non-acoustic sensors that are able to distinguish knock patterns from random vibrations in the environment. This will eliminate false triggers, which is a common problem for voiced-automated devices.

Once the set up process is complete, the user will need to access the app, select a surface to attach it to and the define Knocki’s functions. By tapping a unique pattern, users will be able to unlock their Smart Lock, locate their smartphone, switch on a lamp or brew a cup of coffee. The device utilizes Wi-Fi, so users can control their connected gadgets from anywhere.

 

Supported Smart Home Devices For Knocki

 

Knocki supports a wide range of third-party devices including:

  • WeMo – WeMo Coffeemaker, WeMo Switch and WeMo Lighting
  • IFTTT
  • Nest Learning Thermostat, Nest Cam and Nest Protect
  • Philips Hue
  • SmartThings
  • LIFX
  • Spotify
  • Emberlight
  • D-Link Smart Plug
  • Google Calendar and Google Mail
  • Sonos
  • Post HTTP (WAN/LAN)
  • Facebook and Twitter
  • Harmony
  • SoundCloud
  • SMS Messaging
  • Abode

More third-party integrations are expected in the near future. Knocki was featured on Indiegogo, where it raised $1,207,930 in pay for the design and production costs. The device was showcased at CES 2017 and drew a lot of attention from spectators. Consumers can preorder the Knocki Remote Control today, by visiting the company’s official website. The shipping date is scheduled for June 2017.

In the meantime, please feel free to check out other Smart Remote Control brands on Amazon.