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home automation

Have you ever heard of the expression “internet of things”?
The possibility of integrating various devices and equipment in a house or building has been evolving considerably what we call a smart home.
Nowadays, we can have connected to the internet not only our computers, tablets or smartphones, but also all the electronic devices we have at home, from alarms, locks, air conditioners, speakers, irrigation systems, etc.
All state-of-the-art household electronic devices have an internet connection.

Make your home smart
and obedient to your wishes.

Home automation allows communication between the various electronic devices in a home. In addition, these devices can all be controlled by you, via a smartphone, tablet or computer.

Advantages of home automation

What then is the great advantage that the various electronic devices in a home can now have an Internet connection?
Very clearly, the great advantage and innovation that this concept brings to the lives of its users is the fact that these devices can communicate with each other and can be controlled by you anywhere, as long as you have, of course, an internet connection.

Home automation solutions are still little known and publicized. However, due to the comfort and convenience they can provide, home automation systems promise to have many supporters, given the growth of projects with these automation solutions.

How does a home automation system work?

Home automation uses and combines the advantages of electronic and computer means, in order to obtain an integrated use and management of the different equipment of a building, whether residential or commercial. For handling the system, you can do it according to your own needs or you can choose a more or less automatic handling.

In passive operation, an element reacts only when an order is given to it, given directly by the user, therefore using the available resources: push button, touch panels or remote controls.

In automatic, more advanced and more intelligent operation, the system not only interprets parameters, but reacts to circumstances (information that is transmitted by the sensors). For example, detecting that a window is open and notifying the user, or that the temperature is decreasing and turning on the heating.

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