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What Is Smart Home Technology?

What if all the devices in your life could connect to the internet? Not just computers and smartphones, but everything: clocks, speakers, lights, doorbells, cameras, windows, window blinds, hot water heaters, appliances, cooking utensils, you name it. And what if those devices could all communicate, send you information, and take your commands? It's not science fiction; it's the Internet of Things (IoT), and it's a key component of home automation and smart homes.

Your home is more than four walls; it is a living, breathing space. The sanctuary where your journey unfolds and evolves. A place for every mood and any occasion. Your home is full of life, love, laughter, family, friends and fun. We help adapt your home to the rhythm of your life. We provide ingeniously designed solutions to enhance your life. We create technology that brings your home to life.

 

Control and Automation

Your home is more than four walls; It represents the things you value most. With our Smart Home solutions, you can control and showcase your home elegantly, all with a single touch or a voice command.

Imagine speaking out a command “I am Home” to Alexa as you pull in to your driveway to turn on your pathway, front porch, and hallway lights. Your air conditioner begins to warm or cool your living room, and your favourite music starts playing throughout the house. And that’s just the beginning. Imagine a command “Movie” that activates your home cinema, draws the curtains, and dims lights when you watch a movie, and a “Good Night” command that turns everything off when you go to bed.

The possibilities are endless with our solutions.

Lighting Control

Change the lighting in your home according to your mood with smart lighting control solutions from OSUM. Our lighting control features allow you to operate every light and shade in your home, according to your convenience. Play with lights with single click or a voice command, press the “All Off” button to turn off the lights of any room from anywhere, or touch the “I am Home” button from your car as you enter your driveway and turn on the garage and hallway lights along with the ACs and geysers in your home. Smart lighting control also offers dimmers, sensors, and timers that turn off lights automatically to maximise energy saving

Windows and Blinds Control

Motorized windows, blinds, and curtains come with a plethora of advantages. They automatically adjust to the surroundings to offer you the perfect amount of ambient light, air flow, and temperature. Imagine it is summer and the windows and blinds automatically open to let in the fresh morning air and soft sunlight, and as the day advances, the windows close to block out the harsh sunlight, with just a touch of a button! Intelligent blind control also provides additional privacy

Home Theatre

Flat screen TVs, video projectors, surround sound systems, DVD players, Blu-ray recorders, hard disk recorders, pay TV, digital TV, and gaming consoles... No wonder people find home theatre a little difficult to operate. Simplify operation and replace multiple remote controls with just one universal remote with our Smart Homes solutions. The universal remote, when integrated into a home automation system, can also activate room’s lighting and control blinds

Air Conditioning

Air conditioners are one of the most power-hungry devices in our home. However, once integrated into a home automation system with timers and sensors, it can operate far more efficiently. The best part is that you can achieve this while using the same switches, touch screens, mobile phone or web browser you use to control your lighting.

The era of IoT (Internet of Things) has brought humans close to technology wherein as the time paces, Home Automation has offered the leisure of mechanisation of home processes like lighting, air conditioning, access control, security alarm, CCTV and other home processes efficient. The concept is to grant centralised control through connected or integrated devices like desktops, laptops, tablets or mobile phones. Moreover, connected homes have made it possible to cut down on power consumption by different appliances.