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Connected Smart Home with myGEKKO and DoorBird Integration
The myGEKKO automation system regulates, optimizes and controls all components of the intelligent home environment. Developed by Ekon, the myGEKKO system uses an intuitive graphical user interface that can be flexibly adapted to the needs of home owners and tenants. Integrators can easily implement rules and controls without complicated programming.
Thanks to the new interface solution, the IP intercom’s functions can be configured and operated via the building automation system. When a visitor rings the DoorBird intercom, residents can see, speak with the visitor and grant access via the myGEKKO Slide indoor station. The door or garage door can also be opened comfortably by touch. All these features remain available, remotely, through the DoorBird App via a smartphone, tablet or the IP indoor station from the manufacturer Bird Home Automation.
Residents can connect the smart door station, for example, with the alarm system, lighting and heating directly in the automation system. The DoorBird intercom camera and motion detector also become part of the myGEKKO unified intelligent home environment making the residence even more comfortable and secure.
About Ekon GmbH
Ekon GmbH, one of the most innovative companies in the field of home automation, is based in Bruneck (South Tyrol / Italy) where it manufactures myGEKKO products since 1999. With the location-, manufacturer- and platform-independent control and automation system myGEKKO, all facilities and devices can be centrally registered, operated and monitored. myGEKKO offers all possible interfaces to the various installation and media bus systems. The optimal cabling type – Modbus, EnOcean or KNX – depends on the conditions of the building and the user. Today Ekon GmbH is active in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy. More information: www.my-gekko.com.
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