CytexOne Leverages Control4 Solutions To Bring The Benefits Of IoT And Smart Home Technologies To Hotels And Smart Buildings

The smart buildings market featuring the Internet of Things (IoT) is predicted to reach $181B in 2020, * driven by installations of automated lighting, fire detection, physical security, and HVAC systems.

The smart buildings market featuring the Internet of Things (IoT) is predicted to reach $181B in 2020, * driven by installations of automated lighting, fire detection, physical security, and HVAC systems. To make the vision a reality, CytexOne, creators of intelligent, connected environments is partnering with Control4 Corporation (NASDAQ:CTRL), a leading global provider of smart home solutions, to deliver smart hotels and smart buildings of the future in the New York Region.

CytexOne Hospitality takes a best of breed approach for custom installations, only selecting the most comprehensive, reliable and versatile products required for use in hotels, which see heavy occupancy rates. Control4 smart home and hospitality solutions enable facility staff to wirelessly control and automate lighting, entertainment systems, security, surveillance, and climate control systems in buildings. These solutions offer occupants and guests a personalized and easy to operate atmosphere while also offering improved energy efficiency and management, increased staff efficiencies and proactive monitoring of systems.

Smart Homes. Smart People.

A trusted old saying,“Home is where the hearth is,” these days is taking on new meaning, as the family fireplace could very well be integrated with a remote control and tied to a thermostat using your in-home’s wireless network. Making it both warm and smart.

With the rise of connected technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT), homeowners, be it in apartments or large luxury residential spreads, are now investing in effective, convenient, and forward thinking technologies into their own homes. From automated lighting and controlled temperature, to smart locks, cameras and enhanced security systems, these technologies not only create simplicity and convenience, but also can cut household costs dramatically with energy savings.

But, the advantages go far beyond eye candy. One of biggest benefits of having a smart home pays off in the long run. Having an integrated system within a home adds tremendous value to its market worth.

Child’s Play

A bright, colorful touchscreen is tough for any kid to ignore. And although they are meant to be touched, those eye-catching buttons can cause real havoc around the house when poked by the curious fingers of a 5-year-old. Unbeknownst to you, that little rascal has reset the thermostats and disarmed the security system. Given the amazing technical aptitude of most kids, he may have even discovered how to get at the R-rated movies you keep on your own DVR.