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First of all, what is Google Home Assistant or Google Nest and Amazon Alexa?
Both systems are virtual assistants and currently exists in speakers, phones, smartwatches, TVs and more.
A virtual assistant will connect with accessories or house appliances to interconnect all the different sources.
This is also called IoT or Internet Of Things.
Almost everything nowadays can connect to the internet, and your virtual assistant uses this to receive data and send commands to the connected sources.
For example with a Google Assistant-enabled TV, you can turn up the volume, change the channel, turn off the TV, etc. The same goes for Amazon Alexa.
With Alexa you can even buy stuff directly from Amazon and have it delivered, just by saying “Hey Alexa, please order the new Roomba 900 Robot Vacuum and send it to my address”, it’ll then order the Robot Vacuum and automatically get it shipped to your front door.
So there is no doubt that connecting all your stuff, inclusive your Robot Vacuum can be a huge advantage.
|iRobot Roomba series|
|Neato D4, D6 and D7|
|Xiaomi Mi Roborock series|
|Eufy 11S, RoboVac 11S Max, 30C|
|Samsung POWERbot series|
|Ecovacs DEEBOT N79S|
|Tesvor Robot Vacuum Cleaner|
|Kyvol Cybovac E30|
|Lefant Robot Vacuums|
Connecting your Robot Vacuum to Alexa and Google Home, what things can you do? – In the below example you can just replace “Google” with “Alexa” and it should work the same.
Morten has been working with technology, IoT and electronics for over a decade. His passion for technology is reflected into this blog to give you relevant and correct information.Read more...