Home automation used to be something seen only in the movies. However, it is now affordable and accessible to every household. The main barrier to entry for consumers integrating home automation was the control interface, a touch-screen control panel that was both expensive and unable to multi-task. However in recent years, with the use of software developed by home automation companies, the costly control interface has been replaced by the iPad and iPhone. Market leaders in home automation now see a greater potential for the industry as they can now focus on the sale of automated systems.
Home automation can be segmented into 5 pillars. Appliances, Audio and Visual, Security and Lightings. The key to home automation is not in the product, but in the technical support that clients would receive from the integration company. Many interior design companies do not have the right professionals in-house to help look into the complications that might occur for the end-user. However in Brick & tungsten, we have in-house home automation integrators with many years of experience on-hand and ready for consultation.
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