Home automation is when different technologies and systems are integrated together into a single control system which allows one system to automatically control another without you explicitly having to request every action.
A fully integrated smart home automation system can include electrical and electronic sub-systems:
The concept of the "Internet of Things" has tied in closely with the popularization of home automation.
In today's world of rapid technology development and rising energy prices, automation systems are no longer considered a luxury.
A recent survey from ERA Real Estate and HGTV shows that consumers of all generations value smart technology features in both current and future homes. That’s because a smart home is one that is well-positioned for the future and aligns with a growing reliance on mobile technology.
They are a necessity that will future proof your smart home automation investment and provide savings by utilizing advanced energy control and management. Since the hardware cost of automation systems has been declining in recent years, they have become more affordable for anybody considering a new build or renovation with products available for every budget.
Our integrated automation solutions offer many benefits such as:
Replacing numerous remote controls with one wireless touchpad. Imagine automating the combined functions of 5 or more remote controls required for a home cinema and instead watch a movie with the push of a button.
Pressing one button as you leave your smart home and being assured that all of your lighting, AC and AV systems have turned off.
Imagine watching your energy consumption in real-time and using the latest technologies to provide energy savings in excess of 30%.
Imagine an intelligent system that learns how you use your space, and maximizes energy management and conservation by learning to operate around the way you live…
The controller is the brain of your smart home. It manages your home automation system, allowing the electronic devices in your home to work together from lighting and security, to music and video, and pretty much anything else in between.
No matter the size of your home, whether you’re automating a single room or a sprawling mansion, controllers are capable of powering your entire home automation system.
A user interface is the main way of controlling your integrated systems. This can be a simple keypad, a wall mounted touchscreen, wireless touchscreen, mobile phone, or web browser. A properly designed automation solution usually incorporates a combination of synchronized user interfaces that allow control from multiple locations. It is important that these interfaces provide a simple method of control and with continuity in mind.