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At IFA, digitalSTROM is showing for the first time how the complete interconnection of all the electrical appliances and electronic devices in a home already works today. What actually happens when appliances and devices from various manufacturers in a house are not only controllable but also (inter)act among themselves and with their user? For example the refrigerator, coffee maker, blinds, loud speakers, TV, switches and lights. In the digitalSTROM world, this ends in intelligent and highly individualisable applications; whereby interconnection is effected simply via the existing power lines, unless the device is not connected via broadband. aizo AG, the inventor of digitalSTROM, presents this cool, digital lifestyle at IFA in an apartment demonstrating the various rooms such as living room,
kitchen and hallway. Visit digitalSTROM in the TecWatch Hall at IFA (Hall 11.1, Booth 12).
“Life at home has gained a new dimension with digitalSTROM. Technical advances and digital connectivity are taken for granted by people at work, while driving or exchanging information with friends. Only homes seem to be 30 years behind current technology. We are filling this digital gap at home with digitalSTROM”, says Martin Vesper, CEO digitalSTROM / aizo AG. “Smart home is no longer a vision. Everything we are showing with digitalSTROM at IFA is already possible today.” An smart terminal block with integrated chip is the basis of this patented innovation. It can switch electricity, dim and measure power, process programs, store data, communicate and through that use Internet services. The successful miniaturization makes digitalSTROM suitable for both retrofitting and installation in new builds and it can be extended at any time.
The following highlights are among those being presented at the digitalSTROM booth.
Experience lighting, audio and video in a new way. In the digitalSTROM smart home all the devices and appliances integrated in the system (inter)act; scenarios can be programmed individually. If the amateur chef switches on the loud mixer in the kitchen, the Spotify playlist stops automatically so that he doesn’t miss any of his favorite tracks. And after dinner when the pre-programmed romantic mode is selected in the living room at the Xounts system, the individually allocated playlist is started with soft light atmosphere via Philips Hue.
Discover the digitalSTROM app world. Just activate “Breakfast” via the digitalSTROM dashboard app and the coffee maker and lights are switched on in the kitchen. You are out and want to buy the right bulb for the floor lamp in the living room? Just scan the barcode of the bulb in the shop, the app accesses the data of your light at home and immediately replies “Matches” or “Doesn’t match”.
Have you spoken with your house today? An interconnected home can be controlled via switches from the home or from home and away through the digitalSTROM apps. Customers can also control their homes even more conveniently using speech recognition systems like Siri as is already possible today with smartphones.
Reveal the energy efficiency of appliances with social media tools. digitalSTROM not only reveals the energy consumption, it also checks whether the manufacturers’ information on energy efficiency is correct. The actual consumption of, for example, a refrigerator can be measured easily with digitalSTROM and even tweeted optionally. digitalSTROM provides an energy visualization for all the appliances integrated thus creating a new basis for transparent consumption and consumer information via social media channels. Fast and available individually for everyone.
Make individual products come alive. Today designers can create individual pieces i.e. lights that can be produced without expensive special solutions or extensive production and logistics processes on a 3D printer and additionally individualize them with a digitalSTROM chip.
Catchword: Maker movement. digitalSTROM is also showing ways for new services made possible by thee digitalSTROM technology in connection with this individualized products.
Catch up on topics while your smartphone relaxes. If your smartphone is low on power during your visit to IFA, digitalSTROM has the service for digital lifestyle – charging units in lockers provided free of charge. Thus allowing you to stay in touch or being connected for the rest of the day.
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digitalSTROM brings digital lifestyle to every home. Intuitive in use and simple to install, the smart home system communicates via the existing power lines thus connecting all the electrical devices in a household. digitalSTROM responds flexibly to personal needs and lifestyles making home life more convenient, more energy efficient and easier. The intelligent system with the patented digitalSTROM chip is controlled via the existing light switches, smartphones or tablet PCs.
Successful miniaturization and digital intelligence make digitalSTROM suitable for both retrofitting and for installation in new builds without interfering in the existing design. And the system can be extended at any time.
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