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Smart Home

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Smart lighting

Smart lighting is lighting that you can control from a phone app, most often found on your Apple or Android phone. The app lets you alter the brightness of the bulbs, and whether the bulbs have coloured LEDs you can change their colours too. That opens up a whole world of possibilities, which you could call light recipes: you may have one recipe for watching films, another for dinnertime, and yet another for studying. Switching from one recipe to another is as easy as tapping on a smartphone or yelling at your favourite voice-activated personal assistant – details here

Smart blinds

In regards to visions of the smart home, your smart blinds rolling up to show that new sunrise is pretty much the summit of future living. And smart blinds are only beginning to take shape. There are currently a plethora of various choices available to people seeking to control blinds remotely – and as you would expect, compatible with the most recent voice supporters such as Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri – more info

Smart security system

The Internet of Things has made it easier than ever to create a smart home in which you can remotely control your door locks, lights, thermostats, as well as pet feeders, using your smartphone. It’s also made it easy (and relatively cheap) to monitor your house from pretty much anywhere. Smart security systems are highly customizable and accessible as DIY kits or as full-blown setups which come with professional installation and monitoring – read more

Multiroom audio & multimedia

We would like you to enjoy your TV and music, to feel in complete control of your house. Supplying audio and video to each area of your house, ensuring that you always have internet access or assessing if you turned off the lights as soon as you’ve left home help make your life more convenient – check here

Smart energy management

Smart energy management is a means to understand smart energy and the way the systems operate most efficiently. Some smart energy systems are fundamental like energy saving air conditioners or utilizing smart appliances. Some smart energy systems are more complex, such as multi-building automation utility systems and installation of solar panels. Based on the kind of smart energy utilized there are ways to deal with the systems and increase their abilities to conserve energy – more details

Smart heating

While a conventional run-of-the-mill boiler thermostat provides some basic functions like changing the heating on and off, timer settings and a few basic temperature controls, a smart thermostat allows you manage every minute of your home’s heating system from the palm of your hands, through a smartphone or tablet – check details