Redefining the relationship between people, homes, and IT..

Whenever “intelligent homes” are mentioned, we invariably think of high-tech buildings filled with computer systems and futuristic device, where the work is undertaken by the systems with little regard to humans.

While the building systems are important, they must be at the service of the occupants; a means of meeting living objectives rather than an end themselves.

Quantum Automation recognizes the need for the intelligent systems to be highly responsive and adaptive to living concerns and characteristics. The most successful intelligent homes are likely to be the most invisible when providing the appropriate synergy between people, place and IT. People must have the technological and physical support to go about life unaware of the intelligent systems, design and all the computer sophistication operating around them. The aim is on working towards seamless intelligent infrastructure that serves the occupants of the modern building even more effectively.