Next Generation Smart Homes

Top Tech Minds Launch Sales of Next Generation Smart Homes at Haus.Me

Haus.me just launched ordering next-generation Self-Sustainable next generation smart homes that are entirely off-the-grid capable and could set a new standard for what we demand in a house.

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Haus.me just launched ordering next-generation Self-Sustainable next generation smart homes that are entirely off-the-grid capable and could set a new standard for what we demand in a house.

What is A Smart Home

A smart home is a home that has been equipped with internet-enabled devices and appliances that allow for remote access and control. Typically, these devices communicate with each other over a wireless network, or the cloud, so you can control them from your smartphone or laptop.

You can also use your smart home’s sensors to collect information about the environment inside of your house: temperature, humidity levels and air quality are some examples.

Zombie Proof Luxury House

Combining 3D printing, connected smart home technology, and SpaceX-worthy construction principles, Haus has designed new home models that offer zero carbon emissions, can run entirely off the grid with their own power, water, and septic, and are designed to last 10x longer than traditional construction, and maintain a 99% virus and bacteria free living space. They can withstand earthquakes and hurricanes. For fans of The Walking Dead, the BBC Disruptors series says, “They are built to be zombie proof too.” More remarkable, they can be manufactured in weeks and delivered the next day.

The team from NASA, Paypal, Silicon Valley Bank, and Burning Man go live with game-changing hi-tech housing design.

The Haus.me team seems to have brought this all together in one beautiful package. The team behind these next-generation homes has been named top tech talent by the Financial Times and Google. Having recently opened a new assembly center in Reno, NV, Haus just began shipping its first units to Nevada, California, and Arizona. According to their new website, three different models can be reserved starting from $1,163 /mo payments.

One of their advisors, Laura Wagner, who recently raised millions of dollars for her payments startup, including from Shark Tank investor Kevin Harrington, says, “With all the billions of dollars being pledged to fix housing in America, this team seems to be the one with the best combination of engineering and execution ability to take us into the future.”

“This is a nice house. It is very modern. It looks like Apple and Tesla designed it,” NASA Astronaut Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper said, visiting the first haus.me house delivered to the customer.

Transform your home into a smart house

Haus.Me is a platform that allows you to transform your home into a smart house, using the Internet of Things (IoT). It’s like Airbnb for the way you live. You can rent out your extra rooms or entire home with Haus.Me, and book your next stay without having to worry about cleaning up or worrying about safety issues; Haus.Me does it all for you!

Haus.me is going beyond just being an online platform for booking accommodations in other people’s houses; they are also building their own products that integrate seamlessly with each other through IoT technology so that everyone can enjoy living in their own homes just like they would at any hotel while still getting the comforts of home when they need them most — whether it’s having someone else cook meals while they’re gone during work hours or letting someone else clean their place after messy parties where things got spilled everywhere on accident 🙂

The idea behind this venture came from our founder who experienced problems finding good places near her job location during visits back home because most hotels were expensive or didn’t have availability despite being close enough distance away from downtown areas such as Singapore City Centre Area (SCA), Little India & Bugis Village Area where many companies are located.”

View Next Generation Smart Homes

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To view more of this revolutionary startup’s specs and designs, visit their website at haus.me, including remarkable videos of delivery.

While founder Max Gerbut says their latest fundraising round is expected to be oversubscribed in the next few weeks, those interested in investing in Haus can also check them out at http://haus.me/for-investors.

Conclusion

We are excited about the future of connected home technologies and believe there is a lot more that can be done to make our lives much easier. With Haus.Me, we hope to bring together all these technologies into one single app that will leave you with more time for yourself and less stress when it comes to managing your home.

Paul Austin

Paul is a writer living in the Great Lakes Region. He dabbles in research of historical events, places, and people on his website at Michigan4You. When he isn't under a deadline, you can find him on the beach with a good book and a cold beer.

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