Adaptive Home Automation offers besides the common home automation functions an automated and sophisticated access rights management for buildings based on facial recognition and person tracking which is unique at least in the civil sector. The system enables home owners and caretakers to grant individual access rights to their facilities and all the devices within without the need of keys and wearable devices.

In 2014 I read an article about the "keyless home".

They tried to sell a smartphone solution which made me wonder. They wanted me to substitute my key which is small and light with a device that is not that handy. Both key as well as smartphone can be lost, stolen, compromised, and damaged. And when the smartphone simply runs out of power you will have as a redundant system - a key.

I think there has to be a much smarter solution for the really keyless home.

While suppliers of common home automation systems just start to integrate at least facial recognition in their...
Adaptive Home Automation offers besides the common home automation functions an automated and sophisticated access rights management for buildings based on facial recognition and person tracking which is unique at least in the civil sector. The system enables home owners and caretakers to grant individual access rights to their facilities and all the devices within without the need of keys and wearable devices.

In 2014 I read an article about the "keyless home".

They tried to sell a smartphone solution which made me wonder. They wanted me to substitute my key which is small and light with a device that is not that handy. Both key as well as smartphone can be lost, stolen, compromised, and damaged. And when the smartphone simply runs out of power you will have as a redundant system - a key.

I think there has to be a much smarter solution for the really keyless home.

While suppliers of common home automation systems just start to integrate at least facial recognition in their solutions, Adaptive Home Automation goes one step further. The system’s ability also to recognize the position of its users inside the house combined with the moderate use of some artificial intelligence makes it possible to grant individual access rights to every device and for every user. Your cleaning lady surely requires different access rights than your children. Your spouse requires different access rights than the gardener. Adaptive Home Automation makes it possible to manage all these access rights and to serve each user individually. If the system is able to recognize you and your current position it becomes all of a sudden really automated because all this annoying interaction between you and your system will disappear. The goal is real home automation instead of the common home control.

As a side effect people who are not recognized by the system – burglars for example – don’t have a chance to use any of the home’s devices. No door, no locker, no drawer, not even a single water tap can be used without granted access rights. That makes the system the most secure home automation solution.

It is not the substitution of a key but the reinvention of the way we get access to our homes. A real keyless home with an intelligent and invisible fence to protect the things we love.
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Hugo Hanselmann Previous: Global Director Digital AB InBev.Now: Consult in Marketing, digital transformation & biz acceleration. Partner 5CCG, CMO wejo.