Longer dwell within your own four walls with HomeMatic empty, August 10, 2011 – predicts the Federal Statistical Office, that up to the year 2060 every seventh German 80 years and will be older. In addition to, and many people have to live as long as possible independently in your own four walls. An increased need arises just due to age-related restrictions like reduced hearing, sight or mobility after more safety and comfort in the home. To meet the senior citizens and caregivers rely on the radio-based home control system HomeMatic of eQ-3 AG (www.eQ-3.de). This system combines numerous components from the areas of alarm, air conditioning or lighting etc. to the noticeable increase of domestic living comfort, combined with more security and the possibilities for efficient energy saving and is also especially popular in projects to AAL (ambient assisted living).
All HomeMatic devices are compatible with each other and can appropriately to individual needs Residents are aligned. Furthermore, the user can easily install most of the components without technical knowledge and set up. The eQ-3 radio technology makes it possible to fit the HomeMatic system in existing housing situations. Elaborate laying of additional cables or drilling through walls belong to the past, which suited the devices for the installation in apartments for rent. CCU1 HomeMatic central control unit the user can easily operate all connected components. Kevin Ulrich: the source for more info. Monitoring of vital data can save lives “smart health” products are used increasingly to the monitoring of vital signs and help directly, to save lives. Data such as blood pressure, pulse, heart rate, body temperature or the oxygen saturation in the blood are typical here. In addition to classic home automation functions HomeMatic provides additions such as a panic transmitter with which seniors can summon help. In a crash, discomfort or similar a button enough to trigger an alarm when family members or other persons.