Smart Home Services
Audio and Video – Home / Office Entertainment
Control the volume of every screen and speaker with a single device. This reduces battery and energy use as well as equips you to set a scene before you or guests walk into a room.
There is just something special about being able to be outside but still enjoy your favorite tunes or watch a program or movie. We will create a setup for you to take full advantage of both the precise sound and fresh air.
HOME THEATER & MEDIA ROOMS
A dedicated private theater is a room in which the environment has been specifically designed and equipped to provide a comfortable place for you to enjoy music and movies at their very best.
Security cameras come in a wide variety of form factors so there is a camera for every security need. While building a surveillance system you can choose which type best meets your needs, so you can get the video quality and safety you want.
Sturdy outdoor and vandal-proof cameras are designed to withstand extreme temperatures, snow and rain, and even attempts to tamper or damage the camera. Night vision and thermal cameras make it possible to record video at night when sunlight or overhead lights aren’t available, while megapixel cameras give you large detailed videos.
Our integrated lighting control solutions include motorized shades – adding beauty, convenience, and comfort throughout the home.
A wireless router that provides interaction with mobile applications. For example, apps can change router settings, monitor network devices, restrict access to certain websites, view network cameras live and browse or stream photos
Smart lighting is a lighting technology designed for energy efficiency. This may include high efficiency fixtures and automated controls that make adjustments based on conditions such as occupancy or daylight availability. Lighting is the deliberate application of light to achieve some aesthetic or practical effect. It includes task lighting, accent lighting, and general lighting.
Smart thermostats are devices that can be used with home automation and are responsible for controlling a home’s heating and/or air conditioning. They perform the same functions as a Programmable thermostat as they allow the user to control the temperature of their home throughout the day using a schedule, such as setting a different temperature at night.
Like a connected thermostat they are connected to the Internet, they allow users to adjust heating settings from other internet-connected devices, such as smartphones. This allows users to easily adjust the temperature remotely. This ease of use is essential for ensuring energy savings: studies have shown that households with programmable thermostats actually have higher energy consumption than those with simple thermostats, because residents program them incorrectly or disable them completely.
Smart thermostats also record internal/external temperatures, time the HVAC system has been running and can even notify you if your air filter needs to be replaced. This information is typically displayed later on an internet-connected device.
Smart Door lock
A smart lock is an electromechanical lock which is designed to perform locking and unlocking operations on a door when it receives such instructions from an authorized device using a wireless protocol and a cryptographic key to execute the authorization process. It also monitors access and sends alerts for the different events it monitors and some other critical events related to the status of the device. Smart locks can be considered part of a smart home.
Smart locks, like the traditional locks, need two main parts to work: the lock and the key. In the case of these electronic locks, the key is not a physical key but a smartphone or a special key fob configured explicitly for this purpose which wirelessly performs the authentication needed to automatically unlock the door.
Smart locks allow users to grant access to a third party by the means of a virtual key. This key can be sent to the recipient smartphone over standard messaging protocols such as e-mail or SMS. Once this key is received the recipient will be able to unlock the smart lock during the time specified previously by the sender.
Smart locks are able to grant or deny access remotely via a mobile app. Certain smart locks include a built-in WiFi connection that allows for monitoring features such as access notifications or cameras to show the person requesting access. Some smart locks work with a smart doorbell to allow the user to see who and when someone is at a door.
Smart locks may use Bluetooth SMART and SSL to communicate, encrypting communications using 128/256-bit AES
Smart Fire alarm
devices to help your smart home guard against fire ; From smoke detectors to smart batteries, these devices will let you know if trouble strikes at home.
A simple goal — knowing when your smoke detector sounds even when you’re not home — is certainly obtainable. There are devices for sale now which can tackle this task, though the other features and the price vary wildly from device to device.
Linked throughout by structured wiring systems, fully connected homes integrate cable TV, home automation, home security, satellite feeds, audio/video systems, computers, Internet, multiple phone lines, and more to provide convenient control over the entire home environment. Built for today with an eye toward tomorrow, these structured media panel systems enable you to fully maximize the capabilities of home devices and systems, and help them run together more efficiently.