Smart Door

The smart door, and more specifically the smart door lock, offers sophisticated access control features to any home or business. A smart lock is an electronic and mechanical locking device that opens wirelessly with an authorized users’ authentication. Instead of opening a door with a key, the user uses their smartphone or a key fob to wirelessly verify and mechanically unlock the door. Smart locks are an extension from building automation into building security.

Smart Valves

Smart valves are innovative solutions designed to manage and monitor valve operations. The smart valve contains an automatic water shut-off valve, which detects water either by monitoring flows in the pipe or by detecting water on the floor. When flow is irregular or moisture is detected, the valve will shut off the water supply to your home. These smart valves can prevent a significant amount of the damage that water leaks cause.

Smart Valves

Smart valves are innovative solutions designed to manage and monitor valve operations. The smart valve contains an automatic water shut-off valve, which detects water either by monitoring flows in the pipe or by detecting water on the floor. When flow is irregular or moisture is detected, the valve will shut off the water supply to your home. These smart valves can prevent a significant amount of the damage that water leaks cause.

Smart Thermostats

Smart thermostats are convenient, and can save you a lot of money on your energy bills. Smart thermostats allow you to change various thermostat settings from your smartphone–and, in some cases, a web browser, computer, or simply with your voice.

Why Choose Smart Systems?

Here are a few reasons why you should install smart systems

The convenience factor is enormous. Being able to manage all of the connected technology through one interface is a massive step forward for technology and management.

When you incorporate security and surveillance features in your smart network, your home security can skyrocket. You can activate them from one mobile device before heading to bed. You can also choose to receive security alerts on your various devices depending on the time of day an alert goes off, and monitor activities in real-time Sensors can detect building performance and activate maintenance procedures before an alert is triggered. When you have a more insightful overview of how the building is operating – and used – it’s far easier to implement maintenance at the right time.

Depending on how you use your smart-home technology, it’s possible to make your space more energy-efficient. For example, you can have more precise control over the heating and cooling of your home with a programmable smart thermostat that learns your schedule and temperature preferences, and then suggests the best energy efficient settings throughout the day. Sensors also help to identify overused and underused areas in the building, providing the opportunity to optimise space utilisation, which in turn can facilitate growth.

Smart buildings have been specifically designed to deliver a more comfortable experience for their occupants. They can raise standards and ensure that health and safety considerations are being met, as well as ensure that this is implemented in a cost efficient way. Smart buildings make people more productive by continually monitoring building use and adjust systems to ensure that occupants have the facilities that they need.