Todd Lubar and the Race for Smarthome Technology
Being a successful entrepreneur is not just about attaining autonomy and personal success in terms of profit generation but, over the years, has evolved to include the attainment of satisfaction from the improvement of lives and the society through the entrepreneurial efforts. It is this argument, as well as a personal awareness of the value of hard work that has driven entrepreneur Todd Lubar to become one of the leading voices calling for the adoption of Smart home technology within the American real estate market.
Although many people may not be consciously aware of this fact, Smarthome technology is not really new and has been around for decades. In fact millions of people use this kind of technology on a daily basis without them even knowing that they are using it. Predictions about the future of Smarthome technology were first introduced as early as 1939 when George H. Bucher, the then president of Westinghouse, suggested that homes in the future would use short wave communication to allow home owners to interact with and instruct various devices within their homes. Although the shortwave have been replaced by the internet, the time has now come when home owners can control multiple devices within their home setting simply by issuing commands through a digital assistant.
Todd Lubar has been in real estate for the better part of the last three decades and according to ideamensch.com has been consistently named as one of the top 25 mortgage originators in the country. A holder of a B.A from Syracuse University, Todd Lubar’s has had a long career covering various aspects of real estate such as mortgages, real estate development and demolition. He has also successfully engaged in other industries such as recycling and entertainment and established some great companies along the way. Currently, he serves as the President of TDL Global Ventures and is also the Senior Vice President at Legendary Investments. See, toddlubar.com.
In his arguments for Smarthome technology, Todd Lubar goes on to argue that they will also provide indispensable solutions to most of the problems that face disabled individuals within the home setting. For instance, a person confined to a wheelchair can get simple tasks like switching lights on and off executed by simply issuing a set of verbal commands to a digital assistant without having to move at all. View his full bio on LinkedIn.