An assistive home automation system can act on several fronts. From the point of view of autonomy, with a series of automated systems that allow people with mobility difficulties to have autonomous control of the house, allowing them to perform actions that would otherwise be laborious or impossible to carry out such as, for example, raise the blinds or open a door. Home automation systems also simplify the management of lighting and air conditioning in the home.
From the point of view of safety, with solutions aimed at people who have cognitive difficulties and who are not able to use the technologies. These solutions aim to ensure the correct functioning of the systems and, above all, to signal dangerous situations such as gas leaks, water leaks, fire principles, falls or abnormal activities.