Wall Street’s smartcore is about to get smarter
Posted On July 24, 2021
Wall Street is embracing a new smartcore concept, as Wall Street seeks to expand the number of home units it can house in its buildings.
The trend for smartcore floor plans began last year when a startup called Smartcore designed smartfloor, which includes flooring made from laminate that can be programmed to automatically adjust to the shape of your home.
But it is now expanding its product line with smartcore floors made from steel, laminate and other materials.
The new products are the latest in a string of innovations that have helped the smartcore industry grow.
Smartcore floors are built to meet the needs of smart homes, such as the use of smart sensors and lighting to optimize air flow, according to Smartcore’s website.
A smartcore’s flooring automatically adjusts to the height and size of the room it is in.
Smartcore floors also have an electronic sensor that tracks the room’s position and temperature.
Smartfloor is not the only smartcore in the marketplace.
SmartCore’s smartcouch, which can be customized to match the shape and size to your home, is also available as an option.
Smartcouch is a new way to create smart flooring that is smart enough to adapt to the needs and preferences of the homeowner, according the company.