Automated heating in smart homes is one of the most common subsystems to be selected by our customers. This subsystem is very easily automated when some basic conditions are met. It doesn't matter if this type of heating control fits into the automation of an apartment or a large apartment building - the system will work perfectly in all situations.

We assume that it is already clear to you that a smart home has energy efficiency as its primary goal. According to this goal, automated heating is one of the most important items that must be automated in order to minimize the consumption of electricity, gas or similar fuels, as well as natural materials used for heating.

First of all, for automated heating to be possible, heating should be based on the use of gas, electricity, heat pumps and solar panels. When that is regulated, we can work on the project and agree on the way in which the heating will be controlled.


Multifunctional central panel and automated heating

The central panel can be a great tool through which you will control the temperature for the desired room and the selected time interval. For example, if you divide your apartment into zones (eg living room, bedroom and children's room), you can program independent floor heating so that the desired temperature is set in all three rooms separately at certain time intervals. During the night, if you like to sleep in a colder room, you can set the underfloor heating to turn off, while in the rooms where children stay, you can create a temperature that will be ideal for their peaceful sleep.

Magiesta - automated heating and control of the same via the application


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Unlike multifunctional center panels, the Magiesta app is always at your fingertips - installed as an app on your phone.

Magiesta is successfully used for situations when you have automated your smart home so that the heating is automatically increased or reduced to the optimal minimum based on your current activities. The application is especially useful for those smart apartments or smart houses where the tenants do not stay non-stop in the building, so it is very important to them that they do not have large energy losses. At intervals when the tenant is not at home, the heating will be reduced to the optimal minimum. The living space will not "completely cool down", but it will not reach any constant level of consumption (when it comes to energy consumption), which usually happens when you cannot control the temperature.

Since the modern lifestyle has imposed frequent lifestyle changes on us, the optimization of any subsystem can also change. No matter which method of automated heating control you choose for your home, whether it is underfloor heating, fan coil or radiator, the integration of the Smart Home System is very simple and its use can achieve up to 50% energy savings.