Smart homes used to be strictly in the future; now they are a reality. Most of us have heard about them, but they are not so widespread as they will be in the near future. Managing your home the ‘smart’ way will definitely produce a lot of data. Today, we’ll analyze a data model we could use to store smart home data.The Data ModelWhen you think of a smart home, you probably think of remotely locking and unlocking your home, activating alarms, lights, or cameras from your phone, having thermometers that automatically manage your heating and cooling, etc. But smart homes can do much more. You can connect a number of smart devices and controllers to achieve many complex functionalities. You can send instructions to devices or read their statuses from wherever you are.