Integrated Room Control
Productivity for important rooms in your business such as a conference room, boardroom, or executive office is increased when all the smart technology and subsystems work together with simple control. When presenting to clients from a laptop, pressing a single “Presentation” button dims lights, lowers blackout shades, turns on video display, and audio. By integrating everything in a room from audio, video, lights, window treatments, networking, and communications you have complete and easy control from a single touch screen, keypad, remote or mobile device. No more walking over to turn off lights and lower shades or wasting time and getting frustrated during in-person or video conference meetings.
Motorized Window Treatments
With motorized window shades, you can easily adjust the amount of daylight in your Douglas County, KS space to increase comfort, save energy, and protect interiors. Automated shading and drapery transforms harsh glare into soft pleasing light, enhances privacy while preserving exterior views, reduces solar heat gain, and provides UV protection of expensive furnishings and artwork. Have a game changing presentation? The ability to transform daytime into nighttime for theatric presentations worthy of cinematic ambiance can make all the difference in communicating your message to an enthusiastic audience with the simple press of a button. Owners and members of the design team have hundreds of window treatment fabric and color options available to complement any décor.
Integrating non-intrusive occupancy monitoring with a smart technology system enables advanced energy-efficiency optimization to be realized. A variety of environmental sensors for motion, acoustic, and heat are positioned within the space to effectively determine if anyone is in the room and trigger automatic adjustments to subsystems such as electric lighting and window treatments, HVAC, audio and video. You no longer need to worry that the AC is blasting or lights are on when nobody is in the room. Additionally, usage patterns over time are analyzed and sensitivity levels of the sensors are adapted accordingly.