A Glimpse into the Future of Technology with Ryan Herd
Ryan Herd is a leading expert in the smart technology industry, with over 30 years of experience bringing the magic of technology to consumers. As the founder of Caregiver Smart Solutions and inventor of the CORE kit, Ryan is dedicated to helping caregivers provide the best possible care for their loved ones.
Through the use of non-invasive sensors, Caregiver Smart Solutions allows caregivers to monitor their loved ones' activities, including eating, movement, medicine consumption, and bathroom visits. This helps caregivers ask the right questions and ensure that their loved ones have the proper care in place.
In addition to his work with Caregiver Smart Solutions, Ryan is also a highly sought-after speaker and consultant. He has worked with clients such as Google, Coldwell Banker, and Home Advisor, and is an NKBA Insider for the National Kitchen & Bath Association. With his unique ability to humanize technology and explain it in terms that everyone can understand, Ryan offers valuable insight into the importance of smart home technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) in our lives today.
If you're interested in learning more about smart home technology and how it can enhance the aging in place experience for your loved ones, be sure to check out Ryan's book "Join the Smart Home Revolution" and consider booking him for a speaking engagement or consulting session. Ryan's expertise can guide you on your smart home journey and help you bring the magic of technology into your life. www.caregiversmartsolutions.com
Ryan Hurd, founder of Caregiver Smart Solutions, joins the podcast to discuss exciting new technologies like AI, chatbots, and smart homes. He shares how these tools can benefit both businesses and individuals if utilized properly. Ryan explains that IoT, or the Internet of Things, refers to smart devices that can communicate with each other. He gives examples of smart fridges, ovens, and mirrors that provide helpful information to users. However, Hurd notes that technology should work for humans, not the other way around.
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