Simplify Life

Home Automation

You worked hard for your home. Now you can make your home work for you. Life is already complicated. Your home shouldn’t be. Home automation helps simplify tasks around your house for greater comfort, convenience, and safety.


While it may sound like a term that comes from an episode of the Jetsons, the term Dobotics simply means Domestic Robotics. It is the technical term for what we call home automation.

Often, when people consider home automation, they think of the devices that we purchase that have robotics or smart technology within them. Home automation actually refers to the system that connects these devices to you and gives you the ability to control them.

Home Automation allows control of devices in your home from your mobile device anywhere in the world. It describes homes in which systems like lights, appliances, electrical outlets, heating, and cooling systems are hooked up to a remote network. From a home security standpoint, this also can include your alarm system, doors and windows, locks, smoke detectors, surveillance cameras, and any other sensors that you would like to link to it.

Home Automation is much more than just turning lights on and off with your phone.

Motorized blinds and recessed console

Why Home Automation?

Control your home from mobile devices or a computer anywhere in the world with remote access. You can make your home a more comfortable, livable space by teaching it your personal preferences. Program devices to turn on automatically at certain times to add a higher level of convenience. Smart fire detectors, carbon monoxide monitors, pressure sensors, and other home automation security features help protect your home from disaster. Being more mindful of your power usage helps save on energy bills.

A Variety of Functions

Fire and carbon monoxide monitoring
Remote lighting control
Thermostat control
Appliance control
Home automation security systems and cameras
Live video surveillance
Alarm systems
Real-time text and email alerts
Digital personal assistant integration
Keyless entry
Voice-activated control
And more...

Home automation systems Simplify Life by learning preferences and automating tasks.

Imagine if your home could turn on the lights for you when you unlock your doors, know when you’re on your way home, and automatically heat or cool your home to your preferred temperature, or even automatically lock your doors for you when you leave for the day.

Unlimited Possibility

Home Automation Ideas

Once you begin to understand the possibilities of home automation scheduling, you can come up with lots of useful and creative solutions to make your life better. Here are just a few ideas of what you could do:

Bed Time

As it gets closer to bedtime, the lights begin to dim more and more, the motorized blinds close, the doors lock themselves, and the outside lights come on. When it is bedtime, the TVs display a notification that it is time for bed and turn themselves off.

Keep It Comfortable

Using geofencing, the hvac system will adjust itself to save energy as soon as you leave your home. As you return home, the system will readjust to your preferred comfort levels. This will keep you comfortable as well as save energy.

Vacation In Peace

Creating “Mockupancy” scenes allows you to have lighting that is automated to make the house appear occupied when you’re away on a trip. Imagine if lights come off and on in your home while you are gone that makes it appear that people are moving from room to room.

Movie Time

With the press of a button, a TV ascends on a motorized lift from a cabinet, motorized speakers in the ceiling tilt downward, a surround-sound system activates, the shades close, and the lights dim.

Security Breaches

If there’s a security breach, program every light in the house to illuminate to 100%. Simultaneously, the front door automatically locks, the motorized shades open, and every TV displays views from all surveillance cameras.

Medical Care

If you have a senior in your life you’d like to care for and monitor remotely, there are a number of medical alert systems that include detection for falls that can be connected to alert you in the event of an emergency.

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