Alloys Launches Modular Approach To Home Automation
Using a modular approache based around the product portfolio of US-based HAI Home Automation, the company recently launched an interactive modular concept on its stand at the recent CEDIA Expo in Sydney.
The company aims to get dealers and channel partners to view the technologies as complementary and integrated, enabling homeowners to take advantage of automation as solutions that work in tandem.
The company is selling its integrated technology solutions around the pillars of energy management, security management, access control, convenient interfaces, communications and networking, IP CCTV surveillance, entertainment and lighting automation.
Paul Harman, CEO at Alloys said: “The modules focus on Digital Entertainment Products, Projectors, IP Surveillance and Automation and allows us to communicate and demonstrate the new technologies in the market at a solutions level.”
He added “The goal of the modular display is to give the market a holistic sales approach to distributing these products that resellers in this space have not had before.”
“Generally the approach has been to look at each product set as an individual specialisation,” said Harman, adding that “today’s market requires someone to view the technologies as complementary and integrated.”
“This modular format finally provides the Australian market with this capability and will assist our new and existing reseller partners during the sales process,” Harman said.
You can get more information from www.alloys.com.au