Smart Home

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The term "Smart Home" means "smart home". With the help of sensors and information technology, the user can control his home from a distance. Improved quality of life, reduced operating costs and increased home security are just a few advantages of smart home solutions.

Whether you spontaneously leave work early and turn on the heating from your desk, forget what is left in the fridge when you get to the supermarket and look at your smartphone for a glimpse, or just want to make sure you have the hob switched off on holiday - the Smart Home makes all this and more possible.

There are a variety of applications and systems that turn the home and household into a Smart Home:

Building automation:

  • Door and garage access
  • Indoor and outdoor lighting
  • Blinds
  • Heating control
  • Electricity meter: Smart Meter

Automation of home appliances:

  • Electrical appliances
  • Fridge
  • Washing machine
  • Coffee maker

Connected entertainment:

  • Smart TV
  • Network audio


  • Surveillance cameras
  • Door and window sensors
  • Smoke alarms
  • Digital door locks

Smart Home compatible devices are usually linked to each other via the Internet or radio connection and can be managed via a central control unit, such as an app for the smartphone or tablet. Systems with voice control such as Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Google Home Kit or Siri are also very popular.

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