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Wisniowski, selection, Building Elements, door, gate, fence

Wisniowski Building Elements with Somfy Controllers

Wisniowski, a manufacturer of door, gate and fence systems, has entered into a strategic partnership with Somfy, in the interest of it customers. For the Marcin Strzelec, Product Manager Gate Technology and Automation at Wisniowski, the decision was logical: "A market share of about 70 % makes Somfy a strong partner for us. The TaHoma and Connexoon systems set standards, offer a high level of user convenience, and feature 128-bit encryption for an absolutely secure connection."
The manufacturer of building elements is convinced that the next product generation will have to be completely compatible with this world of smart technology. This applies in particular to all elements of identical design from the Home Inclusive series: Creo aluminium house doors, garage doors of the Prime series, UniPro and UniTherm or Modern fence systems. Integrated in the home network, the elements use so-called I/O control technology to receive commands from the user via the Internet and to send a notification that the task has been executed. By means of a mobile app the client can therefore check to ensure that the garage door and yard gate are really closed.
In the future it is conceivable that smart systems will be able to learn from the user’s commands, suggest recurring tasks for the coming days, and remind us of things we have overlooked, to create a safe and secure home.

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Wisniowski, selection, Building Elements, door, gate, fence

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