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Home Automation Concepts
Home automation is connecting all the functional elements of your home to a network (Internet) and putting it to work for you. From lighting to air-conditioning, from television to door-locks, you can now control, monitor and track your home from anywhere in the world, using your smartphone, computer or tablet device. To help you get started with home automation, we have divided the home automation experience into individual concepts.
Think of concepts ⭐️ as the building blocks of your smart home lifestyle ?.
Unlike a car, where you have to build the whole system to make it work, you don’t have to buy the entire home automation experience to kickstart an intelligent lifestyle. You can start with any of the home automation concepts, and build your smart home from there. ?
Smart Lighting : Our smart lighting solutions are instant mood setters. Want to turn your living room into a discotheque, setting mood and changing colour is now as easy as pressing a button on your smartphone. What’s more? These smart lighting solutions also allow you to create personalized schedules, which means you can have them turned on by evening and turned off automatically when you’re off to bed. They can even be automated to simulate an ‘occupied home’ appearance and can be triggered remotely from anywhere in the world.
Intelligent Security : Protect your home from intruders with our intelligent security solutions. Once configured, door/window and motion sensors notify you when someone tries to break in your home, when you’re away. As an expansion to the range, we also have wireless doorbells and intelligent locks that provide an additional level of security and mental peace.
Interactive Home : You no longer have to reach out to switchboards or operate a dozen remotes to get things done. You can now control everything in your home through your smartphone or by just using your voice. We also support additional gestures like motion sensing (move your hand in the air) or tap recognition (do a *knock*knock* in underwood style).