samsung counts among the functions of his SmartThings app with SmartThings Energy, an option that allows users to configure a multitude of parameters in their household appliances with the intention of saving energy thanks to AI Energy Mode.
It is an algorithm capable of monitoring the behavior of household appliances compatible from the manufacturer and have them adapted to achieve greater energy savings at home. For example, if we have a refrigerator with this technology the algorithm is able to detect the number of times you open and close the door in a day and at what times
In this way, the software will learn about our habits and try to adapt to achieve up to a 30% additional savings to the level of energy efficiency of the appliance.
Samsung’s intention with this technology is to gradually include it in its new SmartThings-compatible household appliances, so that everything from washing machines to refrigerators, dryers or air conditioners can take advantage of it. The last to arrive at the club? Well, according to the manufacturer, they will be the smart tvs last generation.
Energy saving via AI comes to Samsung smart TVs
And it is that, on the occasion of IFA 2023, Samsung has announced that the AI Energy Mode will be reaching their Smart TVs with the intention of save up to 23% energy compared to the consumption of standard display modes.
The function will be governed by the SmartThings app, which basically serves as a remote control for the manufacturer’s household appliances, and will use the television’s processor to analyze in real time the room light conditions where is it working
In this way, when we activate AI Energy Mode in the first place, the room light Thanks to the brightness sensor built into the TVs to adjust the brightness of the screen so that you can save energy but without compromising the image quality.
In addition, thanks to the information provided by a Presence sensor in the Smart TV the system will know when there is no one watching TV for a certain time (two hours) to lower the brightness and save energy.
It also has a system adaptive brightness control that analyzes movement and the type of content on the screen to dynamically adjust the brightness displayed and not provide more nits than a specific scene requires.
When and on which models will these features be available? Well, Samsung has commented that they will reach the televisions put up for sale this 2023 in the CU7000 or higher models and in those of the range LifestyleTV.
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