Building automation system interface
Considerations about feeling good and convenience play a fundamental role in the Smart Home, with sensors that automatically control temperature and fresh air. Programmed light scenarios that automatically also turn on the music system when activated. Or apps that let you turn on the heating when you are on the go, through your Smartphone or tablet, before entering your home.
Before the residents leave their home they look at the weather report on monitors built into the wall. And they use the same screen to open their front door for visitors. They can even assess their energy consumption at a glance. As electricity, gas and heating oil consumption is evaluated and can be called up as a chart at any time. When correctly planned, professionally installed and regularly maintained, these networked system elements make people's day-to-day lives considerably easier.
The options here are as varied as the demands of the residents. Anyone who feels like it can of course still operate their lighting in their living room with a rotary dimmer switch. But in a Smart Home with an intelligent sensor they can now also regulate the volume of their sound system at the same time, or move the shutters up and down. People who prefer to see a display of everything they would like to control on the other hand are best advised to have a panel built into the wall with a touchscreen. This is designed as a convenient control centre where the user can find all the functions at a glance – individually sorted in favourites and rooms. Easy Operation Ensured.