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A smart home can do a few things, most of which are practical and save a lot of money. By having different smart home applications, which work together, a unified system is created to meet your needs. Thanks to Z-Wave technology it is possible to network the various areas and devices with each other. The setting options are as large as the selection of sensors and Smart Home devices. So you can define which requirements must be met and which actions are triggered in defined situations.

Equip your lamps with dimmable plugs to control them individually, in groups or together with an app. The combinations of how you switch your lighting on or off are entirely up to you.

  • Turn off all your lights with a single switch.
  • Turn on all lights from a switch near the bed in case of suspicious noise at night.
  • Dim down the lights in the kids rooms over a longer period of time to help your children to find sleep.
  • Never come into a dark home again by turning on the light from outside using a remote control.
  • Record your lighting behavior and play back when you are on vacation to simulate presence.
  • Define separate light scenarios for several demands and situations.
With a programmed schedule, you set a cooler room temperature when you are not at home. The rest do the radio control unit and the radiator thermostat. When you come home, it is comfortably warm and you have saved money at the same time.

  • Automatically open the windows in summer time at midnight to get fresh air into the home.
  • Automatically open the roof windows at noon in wintertime to get fresh air into the home.
  • Close all windows when a thunderstorm is approaching.
  • Switch the heater into energy-saving mode when out of the home.
  • Turn up the heating when on the way home.
  • Make sure your vacation home is well heated when arriving for the weekend.
  • Turn up the heating via smartphone while sitting on the couch.
  • Make sure you don’t forget to turn off the heating when you open the window or leave home.
Let your smart devices work together. For example, combine the motion detector with the window contacts. On this way, the outdoor lighting only gets on when the motion detector registers a movement AND the window contact registers an open window.

  • Protect your floor from water spill and shut off the water valve in case of leakage.
  • Get an alert in case of fire (or false alarm) well before the Fire Fighters swamp your home – in 80 % of all alarms it is an easy-to-fix reason.
  • Monitor the temperatures in the basement to make sure no water pipe is freezing.
  • Arm/Disarm your alarm system right from your smartphone.
  • Use motion detectors and other sensors to trigger an alarm.
  • Get a burglar alarm first before the siren starts to inform neighbors.
The smart home offers many advantages. It is already impressive when you can control the devices via smartphone. But in terms of efficiency and energy saving, home automation is unbeatable.

  • See energy consumption trends and replace energy-hungry devices.
  • Switch unused devices to stand-by mode.
  • Check energy/water/gas consumption from everywhere.
The term Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) stands for devices that support seniors and people with disabilities to live as self-determined as possible in their own homes. In this way, a move to a care facility can ideally be avoided.

  • Sensor controlled automatic lighting prevents accidents due to darkness.
  • Pressure-sensitive sensors detect falls and accidents.
  • Permanent record and display of your blood pressure or weight etc. on your mobile or any other device.
  • Access history and trends
  • Alerts and prevention functions.