Home automation is a step forward in which everything has an assigned IP address, and can be monitored and accessed remotely.

Home automation or smart home is the residential extension of building automation and involves the control and automation of lighting, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and security, as well as home appliances such as washer/dryers, ovens or refrigerators/freezers that use Wi-Fi for remote monitoring.

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Modern systems generally consist of switches and sensors connected to a central hub from which the system is controlled with a user interface that is interacted either with a wall-mounted terminal, mobile phone software, tablet computer or a web interface, often but not always via internet cloud services.

Home automation more accurately describes homes in which nearly everything — lights, appliances, electrical outlets, heating and cooling systems — are hooked up to a remotely controllable network. From a home security perspective, this also includes your alarm system, and all of the doors, windows, locks, smoke detectors, surveillance cameras and any other sensors that are linked to it.

In short, Home automation gives you access to control devices in your home from a mobile device anywhere in the world.


Automation is one of the two main characteristics of home automation. Automation refers to the ability to program and schedule events for the devices on the network. Image result for home automationThe programming may include time-related commands, such as having your water heater turn on at a specific time before you come home. It can also include non-scheduled events, such as turning on all the lights in your home when your security system alarm is triggered or when you walk out of the room.

There are many such options in home automation which will help you get solutions to make your lifestyle better.


It’s been just a decade or so in which home automation has developed so much and become popular. In the past, Home automation was considered only for large commercial buildings and expensive homes which had its own limitations. The automation provided only basic control and advanced accessibility had not yet come in to the picture.

The huge part of credit for the development of home automation goes to Wi-Fi and smart devices which have helped us get control over our houses in our hands in a fraction of seconds.

Energy Efficiency

One clear advantage of home automation is the unmatched potential for energy savings, and therefore cost savings. Home Automation scheduling can be altered according to our programs so as to suit our energy usage and daily schedule. With more advanced and flexible home automation systems, devices can be automatically powered down during hours of the day when they’re not needed saving energy and costs.

What are the components of Home Automation?

Anything that can be connected to a network can be automated and controlled remotely.

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Security & Home Automation products keep you safe, manage energy consumption, and provide entertainment. Solutions for your home or business are available for every income level and lifestyle. Simply choose the automation, energy management, and convenience features you desire.

For security and home automation services please contact :

ACE Solutionz

Address: Survey No. 54, Badhe Nagar,
Khadi Machine Chowk,Kondhwa (BK).
Pune 411048.
Mobile : +91 9975679352
E-mail: info@acesolutionz.com


Author: Ace Solutionz

With an unending commitment to our clients, ACE approaches each individual project in the same way: close personal contact during the conceptualization and design stage, extensive project documentation prior to and during implementation, professional project documentation prior to and during implementation, professional project management, consistent, comprehensive and caring customer service procedures. This has lead to ACE having over 100 client sites throughout India.

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