Smart Home

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A smart home, also known as a smart home, is a system that has a variety of electronic devices and appliances connected to the internet that allow them to communicate with each other and be controlled remotely through a central device or application.

Such basic home automation devices include smart thermostats, motion sensors, lighting controls, security systems, smart locks, intercoms, smart shutters and home entertainment electronics systems.

Smart home devices such as wireless doorbells and door cameras are part of a growing field of home automation. Smart home devices connect to the home Wi-Fi network as part of the smart home and can be controlled remotely via a smartphone app or other connected devices such as smart speakers or displays.

Why build a smart home system?

Smart home devices are designed to make our lives more convenient, comfortable and efficient. For example, we can remotely adjust the thermostat to save energy when we're not at home, or turn on the lights before we get home to create a welcoming atmosphere. We can also set routines that trigger multiple actions at once, such as turning off all lights and locking doors when we leave the house.

What smart home features can make your home more comfortable and secure?

Smart home devices also offer advanced security features such as video doorbells, smart locks and motion sensors that allow us to monitor our home from anywhere and control who goes in. This is a great help if your child has lost their keys or you want to let staff in without being present.
But with a smart home system, you can also manage to allow staff to use only certain rooms. Through the smart home system, you can receive notifications on your phone and even monitor what is happening in your property, giving you peace of mind even when you are not present.
But smart home can also help keep thieves out of your home. We can coordinate the alarm system with the shading system and the sound system in your home. An intrusion will cause the system to release all the shutters, and not only the alarm system but also the sound system will sound. But we can also set it so that when we're not at home, the lights follow the routine as if we were.

All smart home functions can be controlled automatically

Of course, within the smart home system, you can set the system to raise the blinds, turn on the music and even adjust the volume of the music to suit your needs. But the heating and cooling temperature can also be adjusted to the amount of sunshine, which can be controlled by moving the blinds.
But the smart home can automate and coordinate not only the comfort and security functions of your home, but also the maintenance of your garden. We can also control when and how much watering the system should do. But a smart home not only provides comfort, it also saves energy.

How does the smart home contribute to energy efficiency?

A popular and effective feature of the smart home is automatic control of room temperature. What's more, you can set the system to lower the temperature when you are away, but have a comfortable temperature when you get home.
This can save between two and eight percent on heating costs. But if you install motion sensors in your home, you can also set the system to turn off the lights if you forget to turn them off, increasing energy savings.

Use a wireless doorbell!

Wireless doorbells are an intelligent improvement on the traditional versions. They work by sending a notification to your smartphone or other connected device when someone rings the doorbell. They usually have a built-in camera and microphone, so you can see and communicate with whoever is at your door even when you're not home.
Some wireless doorbells also have motion sensors that will alert you if someone is standing near your front door but hasn't yet rung. This feature can be useful if you park your car in front of the house or if criminals want to get the contents of your letterbox.
Now I'm sure many of you are asking why is it so important to prevent this? After all, there is a lot of sensitive data circulating through the post. Our wireless doorbell range includes 433 Mhz free band versions that do not require Wi-fi coverage.

Add even more security to your home with a door camera

Digital doorbell cameras are cameras that are placed near the front door or other entrances. They are similar to wireless doorbells in that they usually also have a built-in camera and microphone, so you can use them to communicate with the person at the door even when you are not home.
Door cameras can be wired or wireless and can be connected to your home Wi-Fi network for remote access. Some door cameras also come with advanced features such as facial recognition, motion detection and night vision for even greater security and convenience.
When the digital door camera is connected to a smart doorbell or door opener, the door opens as needed.
This makes it suitable for operation via your smart home system. In this case, we will provide our home with greater burglary protection. Remember, the smart home requires a WiFi signal, so you need to have a WiFi router with a suitable range.
If you want to further enhance the security and convenience of your home, a magnetic lock is definitely worth considering. To open doors via your smart home system, the use of magnetism is essential.

Overall, these smart home devices can be a valuable addition to the security and comfort of your home or apartment. They allow you to monitor the entrances to your property from anywhere and communicate remotely with visitors or delivery people. Browse our product range or visit our shop where we will show you our products in stock for you to try out.