Relative Home Systems Integrates Your House With Small Business Solutions
TAGS: Automated Waiting Room | home office | Smart Home Automation | Smart Lighting and Shading
Just because you’re home from the office doesn’t mean you’re done with work for the day. Running a small business or private practice means you’ll need a dedicated space in your Woodlands, TX home for working on everything you need to wrap up a project or close a case. Smart home automation can transform a room in your house into a productive working environment by helping you stay connected with everything you’ll need. Take a look at how smart automation by Relative Home Systems can enhance your home office space.
Tailored to your needs, home automation adds real value, reliability, and simplicity
TAGS: Control4 | Home Automation Services | Savant | Smart Home Technology
Looking to enhance your lifestyle? Do you feel as though your life looks like a coffee table lined with remotes? With home automation, tasks like controlling your thermostat, turning on and off lights, and managing a security system become integrated, personalized, and intuitive. Such systems allow you to entertain with ease, increase the efficiency of your home, and deliver peace of mind.
With Relative Home Systems, those in Houston and The Woodlands, are just one touch away from easily operating all of a home’s smart technology. Whether it’s new construction, a remodel, or a retrofit, we’ll help you determine the best solution for your space.
TAGS: Bellaire Home Show | Home Showcase
We invite you to visit this year’s Bellaire New Home Showcase. The showcase is Saturday, May 12, Sunday, May 13, Saturday, May 19, and Sunday, May 20, 2012.
Featuring homes from several of the top custom home builders in the Houston area, the craftsmanship and elegance of these homes is incredible.
IBM Patent: Multitouch Floor Detects Heart Attacks, Intruders
TAGS: Home Automation | IBM | Multitouch Floor
Someday your floor could be the only security sensor you need for the home, if IBM moves ahead with a patent granted on March 20, “Securing premises using surfaced-based computing technology.”
The patent describes a multitouch floor that can determine who is in the house, and what they’re doing. The floor senses the shapes, weight and number of feet on the ground so it can distinguish between parents, kids, infants, pets … and unauthorized visitors.