A typical smart home control system will include a centralised processor, which is the brains of the control, centralised amplification for audio distribution, in-wall colour touchscreens for controlling the system (as well as tablets and smartphones) and handheld universal remote controls for TV and projection rooms
We can also program the control system to your individual requirements. For example, when you want to access your audio distribution system, it can take you directly to a selection of your favourite radio stations and your subscription music service of choice, such as Spotify. The latest 8” Elan in-wall colour touchscreen controllers which can be used to access the services in your home alongside tablets and smartphones, even has facial recognition built-in. We can therefore program different user interfaces for each member of the family, so that the aforementioned selection of favourite radio stations are personal to you, for example
Control systems can also include handheld universal remote controls, that are particularly useful for controlling TV or projectors and connected video sources and soundbars or amplification. The universal remote replaces the collection of individual remotes on your coffee table. We program the remote to perform a number of commands with the press of a button; press ‘Watch TV’ on colour touchscreen of the handheld remote and it will turn your TV on and be on the correct input, turn your Sky Q box on and turn your soundbar on, all with one press. You’re then ready to use familiar hard buttons on the lower half of the remote to turn the volume up and change channel. Therefore making it easier for you and your family to use the system, whilst removing coffee table clutter at the same time.