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Frequently Asked Questions
Please read our FAQ before you contact us on home automation in Nigeria.
Home automation can be defined as using smart devices in your home. Home automation may include centralized control of lighting, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning), appliances, security locks of gates and doors and other systems, to provide improved convenience, comfort, energy efficiency and security.
Home Automation is designed to be easy to install, program, and use. If you can use your smart phone or tablet, you can master smart home technology. if you’re not comfortable with or are unable to install your home automation systemin Nigeria, WE can advise and install a home automation system for you.
With technology developing at a fast rate, it’s almost impossible to tell what home automation might look like five years from now. What’s certain is that eventually, most homes will end up smart. In terms of specific technologies, it’s predicted that video conferencing capabilities will reach new realms in years to come, especially as more people work from home, remotely. In this sense, smart homes will no longer be about controlling your home from the outside world, but about managing the outside world from home.
However, even today, almost anything can be automated, as long as it plugs in somehow to your smart home network! So when programming your smart house, think big. How can your smart home improve your life?
Coined with the advent of the smart home, the term “The Internet of Things” refers to the idea that a smart home is a web of devices, all linked to a unified network. As you add appliances one by one to your smart home “network,” you’re contributing to the Internet of Things – the idea that your connected devices have become a network, and can be controlled remotely from anywhere in the world.
Everything in an automated home operates at the request of the controller or hub – the smart device. A special wireless network – is programmed throughout the home, set to correspond to home security systems, temperature controls, entertainment systems, and much more.
Many smart home product , allow users to set “scenes” – combinations of appliances and controls designed to turn on or off simultaneously. So it’s movie night with one touch – sound, screen, lights, and shades are all activated simultaneously. Or, set a “scene” for when you arrive home after a long day at work – or a long week on the road. With a few clicks, you can have coffee brewing and music playing the moment you walk through your front door.