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You can also set it to trigger different results as response, like turning on the lights or setting off other electronics. As soon as your house springs to life, you can rest assured that any uninvited guests will scram—and think twice about targeting your home again. Available on Amazon; $40. Your home is an important extension of yourself, and its security is paramount. Home security should be a high priority in your life, but the installation of a home security system can be prohibitively expensive. The costs associated with technology and monitoring systems can seemingly put home security out of reach for you; however, there are a number of things you can do to make your home safer without spending a fortune. The judicious use of common sense is your best weapon against the violation of your home and property. Locking your doors and windows at night or when you leave may seem obvious, but you might be surprised by how often thieves and other criminals gain access to homes by simply entering through unlocked doors. Even if you are only leaving your home for a short time, the habit of locking all entries is one that can save you from the horrible experience of a break in. Outside lighting can be just as effective at deterring burglars as expensive security systems. You should ensure that your doors are kept well lit at all times.

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The first smart device was created approximately 45 years later. Known as the ECHO IV, it could turn home appliances on and off and control home temperatures; unfortunately, it did not sell well. Home automation technologies began to be built into luxury dwellings decades ago. Disney’s 1999 film, Smart House, provided mainstream audiences with a sense of the possibilities, but the first smart home models and devices began to hit the consumer market in the early 2000s, with the proliferation of the Internet and related technologies a decade earlier. The Internet of Things or IOT is an emerging trend of which smart homes is a subset. IoT involves the integration of digital and wireless technologies in physical objects and systems, especially those historically unconnected.

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This type of crime is usually perpetrated by drug addicts but also by desperate thieves as well. Given the repercussions of a burglary for the victims and those around them, it is hardly surprising that this is considered a felony crime in some states. However, even the fact that this punishment is on the line is clearly not a deterrent, since the burglary rates in the US are so unusually high. The article seems a little dated, as well, since with the fall of the US and world economy in recent times, drug abuse has risen as well as poverty, making criminals more desperate and willing to go farther to get what they want than they might have been before. My question about the statistics is, Why does Oman have no burglary to speak of?Perhaps the US can take a lesson from this country and culture so as to lower the unusually high rates of burglary that we have in our own country. One in six homes is quite a high number when you stop and think about it. I live in an urban neighborhood and there are seven homes on one side of my block. That means, of the fourteen homes on either side of the street here, about two will be the target for burglary. Because I have lived here for a long time, I happen to know that at least one home across the street alone was targeted twice in the past few years. The family that owned that home had to move after the second break in because they felt they were specifically targeted, and most of the other neighbors thought it was because of the teenage daughter and her hoodlum friends, and most of us took extra precautions after that. My household, for instance, installed locking windows and put our lights on a timer, plus started to pay a friend’s daughter to stay over while we were on vacation.

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