What is Home Automation?

Home automation and integrated systems give you the ability to control and centralise all the electrical and electronic systems within your home to make life simpler.

Integrate as little or as much as you want.

Control your devices in your home from a mobile device such as a iPad anywhere in the world.

Home Control & Audio Home Automation

The term may be used for isolated programmable devices, like thermostats and sprinkler systems, but home automation more accurately describes homes in which nearly everything — lights, appliances, electrical outlets, heating and cooling systems — are hooked up to a remotely controllable network.

From a home security perspective, this also includes your alarm system, and all of the doors, windows, locks, smoke detectors, surveillance cameras and any other sensors that are linked to it.

Use a centralised location for your music and movies, this will allow you to listen to music and watch your movies in and around your home.

Home automation system adds convenience and potential energy-savings to your home. It is super important you engage a integration specialist in the beginning of your design stage of the project.

Lighting control keypads (switches) are programmable to control any combination of lights in and around the house. These combinations can be created, swapped or modified by one of our technicians. Global scenes can be created such as ‘Welcome home’, ‘Goodnight’, ‘Holidays’, ‘Dinner party’, etc. Lighting control is particularly beneficial in large homes allowing you to switch all lights off from one button.

Home automation systems can also include whole-house control by introducing motorised blinds and awnings, irrigation, heating/cooling, water features and so on. By adding an Ethernet interface, all automation items have the ability to be controlled by a smart phone or tablet from around your home or anywhere in the world.

Security systems and smoke detectors can be enhanced by controlling the lights during an alarm situation, turning on to full brightness inside or outside the property to quickly identify the trouble. Built-in timeclock capabilities allow all automation items in your property to be automatically controlled, for example set garden lighting to come on at sunset, inside step lights to come on 30 minutes before, blinds to open or close at certain times of the day, etc.

Ready for complete home automation at your fingertips? Let’s make it happen.