It’s 6:00am. Your alarm clock starts making the familiar beeping sound that signals it’s time for you to get up and start your day. But before your wake up call even sounded, your home was able to sense that you’d be getting up shortly. So it turned the thermostat up a bit and started brewing a fresh pot of coffee. As you clamber out of bed and over to the kitchen, you’re notified of how your schedule is looking for the day and anything that needs to be taken care of. Urgent emails and messages are read to you as you’re preparing for the day. No longer are mornings a battle with the snooze button, but instead, skillfully orchestrated perfection.