Smart Home AutomationAutomation Simplified
A Smart Home is a home designed to add value, comfort and convenience, energy efficiency, safety and security, future expansion and marketability to your home.
Home automation technology is a major question facing owners and developers today. More and more are opting to install advanced “structured wiring systems” for their new or existing homes to handle the inevitable digital demand.
Structured wiring systems enable a much higher level of networking and digital communication capability. Your structured wiring system becomes the electronic foundation for a host of advanced services like telephone, broadband Internet, cable or satellite TV, computer networking, audio and video, security, even home management by replacing what is typically installed for television or telephone wiring. But perhaps most importantly, structured wiring systems have enough capacity to support current and future digital technologies.
SMART Home subsystems
Designing is the biggest challenge of any automation project. By taking a professional approach we, at FSIB, design solutions that remove complexities out of technology. We design systems that help clients to focus on business rather than being disturbed by the underlying technology. Our goal is to increase the productivity at your workplace. By facing the challenges imposed upon by new technologies our specialists deliver the most creative, user friendly, affordable and aesthetic solutions.
Security — security sensors for windows, doors, motion, glass break, and smoke can provide critical security information about your home either at home or away.
Lighting and Shade Control — wiring to accommodate all control system interfaces, from light switches to wall-mounted touch panels. Lighting systems control all lights in the home to create moods and accommodate special functions (home theatre, safety and security). Wiring can also be provided to accommodate motorized blinds, shades, or drapery. The wiring configuration is designed to work with AC and DC motors.
Telecommunications — dedicated lines for modem and data communications such as computers, & fax can be routed and changed for any wired room.
Climate Control — automated climate compensation year-round. Information from your HVAC system can be fed into a central computer for single point access to your homeâ€™s current and preset configuration providing one touch access to comfort control.
Home Networking — plug-and-play ready computer network for Ethernet (Cat 5e) enabled components. Accommodates Wi-Fi, 802.11, and Bluetooth components as well as provides a portal from the outside allowing remote monitoring or changes to be made away from the home.
Whole House Audio/Video — sharing of multiple audio and/or video sources with multiple zones. Installation is typically built-in or hidden and allows access to music and video sources spread throughout your house.
Home Theater — audio/video entertainment system automation to accommodate 5- or 7-channel audio, subwoofer, motorized screen, mounted projector, and direct-view monitor.
Surveillance — wiring to accommodate B&W and color surveillance cameras, with or without audio microphones. Can also accommodate a video recording system.
Electronic Entry Access — wiring to accommodate electronic door strikes, door locks, shear locks, doorbell intercoms, and a variety of electronic key systems can be implemented.