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External press coverage for Your Smart Home
Design:Retail – June 2016
What is cooking in the newly remodelled London Sub-Zero and Wolf show-room? A taste of delectable smart tech improvements are on the menu.
TMT News – The 2016 Telecoms Awards
Your Smart Home have been awarded the prestigious, “Most Cutting-Edge Smart Home Installations 2016 – UK” award by the 2016 Telecoms Awards
Appliance retailer Sub-Zero & Wolf offers a variety of home appliances with hefty price tags, so the brand turned to Your Smart Home, a technology integration firm, to design and install an integrated A/V infrastructure inside its London-based showroom, to upgrade from previous systems that had proven unreliable, while also offering customers a high-end shopping experience.
Sub-Zero & Wolf knew that it had a lot of work to do when it came to renovating its Knightsbridge showroom in London, which is why it enlisted outside help in the form of integration firm Your Smart Home.
Your Smart Home’s approach is to “de-clutter and simplify” the way we interact with all devices, controlling television, music system etc with a single remote control or a smart phone.
William Hopkins, Managing Director of Your Smart Home Limited, presented on the topic of “Living the Integrated Life” to an audience of executives, government representatives and academics.
Multiroom audio has long been an integral part of custom installation. With an ever-expanding marketplace, greater product diversity, and an increasing variety of sources to integrate, choosing the best system for the job can be a challenge.
As smart home technology starts to become more commonplace in the UK, the demand from consumers to integrate even more appliances continues to grow. Whilst many of the new domestic offerings come in a wireless form, there is still no beating a wired system when it comes to speed, reliability and fault-finding. With home automation now spanning every aspect of living however, even the simplest of automation jobs can be far from straightforward.
In the closing years of her life Mother Teresa reflected on her work, acknowledging that it “was just a drop in the ocean”. However, she continued with: “But if the drop were not there, the ocean would be missing something.” This rather poignant testimony to her valuable work sets the scene for how we should establish long-term sustainability.