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Spotlight Think Simple Home Master ‘App’





Think Simple create a “Home from Home” App


Home is where the heart is, so for many, security is of paramount importance. The new app from Think Simple allows users to check in, alter lighting and even draw the blinds - all whilst on the go!.


Think Simple, an innovative company from the Pordenone operating in the field of new technology, introduces yet another revolution with its new app, “Home Master for the iPad®”. They have created the Home Master for Vitrum, an application which enables users to not only have control of all household systems (lights, blinds, alarms and other home appliances), but also to see in real time, via a webcam, all the rooms in your home, from wherever you are in the world. The Home Master App by Think Simple is downloadable for free from the Apple Store®. The app uses the Z-Wave protocol, and, thanks to Plug & Play and Auto


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Discovery technology, it is both intuitive and simple to use. By installing the Home Master mini-server, all wireless Vitrum devices in the home will be detected automatically and appear within the application, allowing the user to use the iPad® as a remote control with a video camera function. With a few touches the app can be connected to the Vitrum network, and the user can dim or turn lights on or off, control shutters, control heating, receive information on energy consumption in real time and even set the video cameras to monitor the home. Thanks to the Home Master App we can now control our household from anywhere in the world.


For more information please contact:


www.thinksimple.it www.vitrum.com


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