Many Best-Agers want to live independently in their own four walls for as long as possible. This is where technology can help: With a home automation system, certain scenarios can be programmed in the house to support the normal processes or, if necessary, call for help automatically. In the event of an emergency, lights can be activated and the alarm systems informs relatives with a single push of the panic button. Care services can also be integrated into the Smart Home.
Of course, the pleasant things can also be easily controlled using a tablet. Pre-programmed scenarios for light, TV, music, heating, blinds offer a lot of comfort and simplify life. With the help of sensors, e.g. blinds, heating, light become independent and regulate themselves automatically. Motion and presence detectors simplify daily life. A motion detector can ensure that the stove switches off when there is no one in the kitchen for a certain period of time. So you can forget about the cooking pot.
The entrance door is monitored by camera and shows the owner in the house who rings the doorbell. As soon as the doorbell rings, the video camera at the entrance transmits the live image – a finger wipe is all that is needed to open the front door to people you know. The door can also be opened using a chip or code – no more searching for keys.
These features are simply programmed and can be operated intuitively. When leaving the apartment, a single “button” can be used to switch off the entire apartment and activate the alarm system. If windows are still open, the house control system reminds you to close them by means of an audio-visual display.
A smart home needs to be well planned and properly implemented. Just ask us. We can help you to transform your home into a sustainable Smart Home.