Honeywell has launched its new Home Automation Solution for the Middle East.
The automation solution is designed to provide a single user interface for common home systems including air conditioning, lighting, window curtains, electrical sockets and garage doors, as well as indoor and outdoor CCTV systems. The system includes customisable mood controls, which will control settings for groups of systems.
The solution has been designed for greenfield residential projects, and is compatible with multiple HVAC applications;
The system comprises multi-level architecture ranging from designer control modules that suit multiple décor options, easily customizable control buttons, a simple navigation scheme with 360° panoramic images support and an app that can control the devices from within the villa or apartment.
The company says that the solution is intended to meet growing demand in the region for connected home technologies in high-end real estate.
Norm Gilsdorf, president, Honeywell, Middle East, Russia, Turkey and Central Asia, said: “Connectivity is at the core of everything we do at Honeywell, and we have leveraged our long experience in home comfort and automation to present the best technology available to enhance residential experiences here in the Middle East. In this region, there has been increasing demand for automated home solutions, and we are excited to introduce this at a time when many new premium residential projects are under development.”
Dilip Sinha, general manager, Honeywell Environmental and Energy Solutions in the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META) added: “The new Honeywell Home Automation Solution underscores Honeywell’s commitment to connected technologies that empower people and help them achieve greater comfort and security in their homes. This launch delivers a reliable and user friendly solution that sets a new standard for home automation in the Middle East. It also provides a seamless and integrated experience that combines cutting edge software with the best hardware capabilities to help create smarter, connected homes in the region.”