Simulated Occupancy has formed part of all our installations to date. Here the goal is to combine many of the capabilities of your home to make the home appear occupied when it is not. Simulated Occupancy works best when the alarm system is used to determine if anyone is home. Lights, blinds and audio-visuals can be turned on and off throughout the day and evening to mimic your usual daily routines. For example, when heading to bed, what path do you typically take through the house? Our controller can mimic the lights going off downstairs first in sequence, with upstairs lights following later.
Should you only be away for a short period of time during an evening, the house will recognise you are home and stop the Simulated Occupancy flows. You may want the house to be well lit on your approach, or perhaps when you open the door.