AI Smart Home Launches a Variety Of Artificially Intelligent Devices For Villas

Smart home device manufacturer in Vietnam unveils a range of smart or artificially intelligent devices for villas. The company explains that customers can now control the electronic appliances using voice.

Hanoi, Vietnam - March 26, 2020 / / —

AI Smart Home has recently launched a number of smart devices for villas. The company believes that having a smartphone is not enough in the modern day-to-day life. People must look out for smart home devices that make their home intelligent.

A representative of the company said that luxurious villas often have electrical equipment, like air conditioners, water heaters, and afternoon lights that can be controlled through smartphones but not through voice. However, with the company’s new smart home solutions, customers will be able to control their devices, both using a smartphone and voice. Using simple dialogues, customers can switch on or switch off the devices, adds the company representative.

The company also explains that the mode of the devices can also be changed, depending on the occasion or mood of the customers. For example, if the customers want to go to bed, watch movies or host a party at home, they can change the mode of the devices - on/ off, open/ close, and even convey greetings to the guests.

The smart solutions provided by the company also come with motion sensors. So, if the smart lights are installed in the corridor, they will light up automatically when they sense someone walking up the stairs and entering the corridor. It is a great way to save energy, as per the company.

A multi-zone smart speaker system is another prominent smart device that the company speaks about. Using this device, one can play different sources of music in different areas of the house at the same time. Depending on the time frame set by the customer, the music starts playing automatically. For example, the customers can set up a song that plays every morning or whenever you have set the time.

Further, the company explains that installing smart home solutions does not need to modify infrastructure. With this, it can be clearly said that company’s solutions are perfect to turn a home into an artificially intelligent home and that too with a great level of cost-efficiency.

About The Company

AI Smart Home is a leading manufacturer and supplier of smart home devices in Vietnam. The devices manufactured by the company are artificially intelligent as they control the electrical appliances using voice, smartphones, and tablets. Some of the most popular products offered by the company include smart lights, smart doorbell, smart speaker, environment sensor, and smart door lock. In addition, the company keeps updating its online platform/ website with information regarding how the customers can use the home solutions or create automation in home using Apple Smart Home, Google Smart Home, and Amazon Smart Home solutions.

Contact Details:

Contact Info:
Name: Joey Stewart
Email: Send Email
Organization: AI Smart Home
Address: CT2 - Nam Xa La - Phuc La - Ha Dong
Phone: +84 913426268


Release ID: 88951320

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