integral domotics

habidite technologies

  • introduction
  • connectivity
  • control
  • protection
  • energy
  • ambience
  • self-diagnosis

technology for everyone

The industrialised manufacture of Habidite buildings allows us to incorporate integral domotic control systems that would be quite impossible to install using traditional construction due to their prohibitive cost.


Industrialised manufacturing procedures allow the effective integration of domotic control systems that are rigorously tested on the production line itself, thereby permitting habidite owners access to technologies that were previously within the reach of only a few.

All these domotic and inmotic systems, however, are based on one basic principle: namely, universal accessibility. Technical complexity must be completely User-friendly. Technological integration is only valid when governed by normal usability norms using logical and intuitive control systems. For this reason, it is absolutely fundamental that this technology is within reach and user friendly to each and every habidite customer. What good is excellent technology if the End-user interface makes it inaccessible?

For this reason, user-friendly system interactivity is equally important to habidite as integrating latest generation technology.

connectivity and control

Technology integrated into Habidite homes with voice and data access points guarantee complete network connectivity whilst monitoring the different devices comprising its habitability programmes.


It allows control and remote access to lighting, motorised blinds, access points, heating control devices, different household ambiences, security alarms, power control panels and domestic electrical appliance systems.

The system simultaneously offers complete self-diagnosis that allows owners to use a software control application to remotely check the correct functioning of the building’s different technological layers. In this way, failures and breakdowns are rapidly and efficiently detected and repaired whilst maintenance chores are performed correctly and updated accordingly.

control of devices

The entire electronic device network is integrated into a centralised, personalised system for each household that can be controlled from different rooms and even by remote control. Devices can be:

  • Lighting control: automatic turning on and off of lights. Dimmer regulation to create different lighting ambiences.
  • Motorised blind control: opening or closing blinds depending upon individual lighting/heating/comfort settings.
  • Main entrance door control: when entry gate and garage doors are activated, an acoustic warning sounds in the house. Automatic doors for the impeded.
  • System remote control: using mobile (cell) phone and/or Internet. Verification of alarm status, ignition of air conditioning/central heating and turning on domestic appliances using SMS, Bluetooth and/or Internet.


security and protection systems

Security is also a constant concern in those buildings constructed using the Habidite system.


  • Perimetric alarms: intruder warning alarm sounds if doors and windows are forced.
  • Volumetric alarms: dual-control intruder detectors using microwave and infra-red waves. Alarms are connected to the Control Centre by cable.
  • Fire alarms: sprinklers in common areas, exits and entrances such as stairways and landings. Fireproof entrance doors to buildings.Combined fire detection systems (smoke + temperature).
  • Flood alarms: all building areas with water pipes are equipped with leakage/flood alarms and water cut-off systems.
  • Home occupancy simulation systems: lights turned on/off, blinds opened/closed and TV turned on/off.
  • Medical alarms: connected to the medical alarm centre. Passive and active systems for the elderly.

energy control systems

The exhaustive use of technology does not imply wasting power:


  • Cheaper tariffs: systems take full advantage of special, cheaper night-saver tariffs.
  • Multi-zone control: multi-zone thermal control sensors for correct temperature balance.

ambience control

Habidite homes are equipped with many different operational modes depending on their status quo.

  • Dawn mode: ignition of central heating depending upon the temperature, opening of blinds, subdued lighting, weather forecast broadcast.
  • Leaving home mode: automatic turning off of all electrical equipment and lights. Blinds are shut automatically. Intruder detection alarms are activated.
  • Arriving home mode: garage door is automatically opened. Automatic synchronisation with the ignition of heating/air conditioning systems. Lights are turned on and blinds are drawn. Domestic electrical appliances such as microwave oven, coffee-maker, stereo, TV, etc.
    are put on standby.
  • Leisure mode: Lighting and heating are adjusted accordingly.




In the same way as today’s cars carry out self-checks, so a computer from the Control Centre uses specific software applications to check the state of installations. In this way, a computer can detect possible failures or anomalies and optimise maintenance.

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