- Tram Ho
Haus is a technology company that sells smart homes with the ability to “be self-sufficient” in everything. They can be built anywhere in the world, with the ability to protect users against viruses and bacteria. They are fully equipped with technologies such as solar cells and water recycling, installation without foundation.
It has a sleek and glass exterior, painted white like a spaceship, with fingerprint recognition technology at the door. Every aspect of the house can be controlled via a smartphone app, such as temperature, humidity and the amount of energy being used. Perhaps most intriguing of all is that Haus’s announcement of its air purification system can protect users from 99.9% of viruses and bacteria, a very “welcome” feature in the current world. flooded with coronavirus like today.
Although the houses could not be delivered until October, the company’s CEO, Max Gerbut, said it had received more than 19,000 pre-orders, with 40 fully prepaid orders.
Here is how it works.
The house starts with a 3D printed frame. Haus says the 3D polymer frame can withstand storms and earthquakes.
The exterior is made of carbon fiber, polymer and protective glass panels.
And it is the finished product when delivered, so users can switch to use immediately. The product comes with a water tank, solar battery storage system and automatic sewage treatment, so the structure can be set on any flat ground.
And users can experience life in this house at least 365 days before needing maintenance and replacement of filters.
mOne, the smallest model from Haus, is a studio measuring about 37 square meters.
It is suitable for a family of two.
Everything inside, including furniture and equipment and even wine glasses, is packed and ready for delivery.
Buyers can customize the colors, equipment and decorations on the products they order. The production period takes about 7 weeks and takes an additional 2-3 weeks for delivery throughout the United States.
The studio is designed with smart integrated furniture to save space effectively. For example, the bench can be converted into a bed and surrounded by various storage shelves.
Although additional utilities can be added, Haus’s home is capable of operating on its own from solar cells, with a storage unit for a week of use.
During a disaster or abnormal weather conditions, the house will automatically switch to low energy consumption mode to save electricity.
The manufacturer claims the glasses are very durable, and “they are virtually unbreakable except with guns. They are even ‘safe from zombies’.”
Through software, the house can be completely managed remotely. This app is the central place to monitor or change factors like temperature, battery charge and security controls.
It can be unlocked by fingerprint or face recognition.
When not connected to the city water system, this house has a water tank that can be refilled from any water source. The water is refined into a quality sufficient to drink directly by removing viruses and bacteria to 99.9%.
The house can even collect water from condensation in the air, if needed. Water is also circulated in the shower, with intelligent sensors and an automatic temperature and pressure control system.
And when the whole world was bewildered by Covid-19, its ability to protect from viruses became a selling advantage for Haus.
Haus’s intelligent air purifier system claims that it “guarantees 99.9% protection from viruses and bacteria, making the air cleaner and airier”.
This smart home even monitors and regulates humidity and CO2 levels, which can make the environment “higher than the outside”.
These mOne models start at $ 199,000, about VND 4.6 billion, excluding shipping costs.
If your home is crowded, Haus has a bigger smart home designed for a small family. Called mTwo, it is 74 square meters.
Include a bedroom, kitchen and larger living space to accommodate a small family. Inside, the design is still nice and minimalistic, although there is more room for furniture.
Like mOne, mTwo is equipped with a complete interior, including a barbecue. Along with that is the smarthome system including Sonos speaker, camera and Nest thermostat, Apple TV, projector screen and internet connection.
MTwo is more expensive, starting at $ 379,000. Due to its larger size, it is made of two prefabricated pieces that can fit together.
And if you haven’t already, Haus’s latest design is mFour, a 150-square-meter two-story house for a large family. But it will start at $ 1 million, with plans to be ready by December 2020.
Refer to Business Insider
Source : Genk