Home automation at your fingertips


KUALA LUMPUR: Noxel International has launched its home automation solution to enable home owners to control a multitude of household devices from a single wall-mounted or handheld wireless touch panel.

The touch panel is able to replace various home remote controls including for the home theatre system, air-conditioner, motorised blinds and many more, the company said.

Users can even access and monitor all security cameras, gates, doors and windows as well as watch what is going on outside their home right from selected Noxel touch panel models.

They can also pre-program a sequence of functions so that a single touch will dim the lights, close the shades and turn on the plasma TV, for instance.

What’s more interesting is that home owners can also control the home automation solution directly from their smartphones and other portable devices such as an iPod touch.

All they need to do is to download and install the mobile application provided by Noxel.

Founded in 1999, the Agno, Switzerland-based company recently set up its first demonstration showroom at the Da Vinci Showroom in Jalan Sultan Ismail here.

The move also marks the company maiden venture in Asia, after having established itself in European and North American markets.

Interested home owners can head there to experience first hand how Noxel home automation solutions can help to enhance their lifestyle and change the way they interact with technology.

According to the company, the touch panels are the only visible parts of the solution.

The rest such as the household rewiring, dedicated electrical boxes as well as communications hubs and servers will be hidden to maintain the home decor.

Prices start from RM10,000 for a small apartment with one or two bedrooms.

++++ www.noxelgroup.com

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