We continuously keep ourselves up-to-date with new technology, best practices and standards from the electrical and smart home technology world.
New Experience Centre Brings to Life the Thrill of Home Technology and Golf & Sports Simulators . . .
Integrated Logic and sister company HD Golf UK have opened a new experience centre to help clients, developers and design practices to fulfil the growing demand for home technology and state-of-the-art sports simulation and entertainment systems.
Four Reasons Interior Designers Should be Partnering with Home Automation Specialists Before the End of 2020
While it may not be an instinct of the interior designer to consider home automation in the design process of a room, this consideration is built into every project we integrators work on – making sure that the technology is robust and reliable in every room of the home.
The ongoing pandemic has meant that those who had not seen the true value in home entertainment, specifically audiovisual, have since led a massive increase in enquiries for audiovisual integrators to upgrade the level of fun they can have in their homes.
Even 10 years ago, the idea of controlling your lights, thermostat, and home security all from your smartphone would be unfathomable. Fast forward and today we are entering the era of smart home technology.
You may not know it, but there’s a good chance the WiFi running throughout your home is outdated. However, it’s important to know that your router is actually the culprit.
Working in partnership with KNX UK, we are excited to be speaking at London Build 2019. London Build is the leading and largest construction and design show for London and is a date in the diary we always look forward to.
When winter really takes hold, it feels like the perfect time to talk about cinema room ideas for your home. But where do you begin with home cinema design?
Home automation is arguably, one of the biggest buzzwords being thrown around lately. With people’s lives becoming busier and busier, we are expecting things that we used to do naturally, to be automatically done for us, in a way to save time to give us more time to achieve something deemed more important.
With people spending over 90% of their time indoors, buildings have a large impact on our health and wellbeing. Home automation, with smart lighting in particular is proving that it can foster better health.
With sustainability and the WELL Standard v2 being hot topics within the built environment, the efficiency benefits that LED lighting produce have meant that for many projects this is the option of choice.