Why Integrate and Automate Your Heating and Cooling Systems?
Whether you’re running a business or simply enriching your home, automated heating and cooling systems are guaranteed to cut energy costs, improve ease of use, and enhance comfort throughout the space. You’ll never again have to worry about forgetting to turn off the heat or air conditioning – just tap your control app to manage HVAC systems from anywhere in the world. And you won’t have to constantly adjust heating and cooling in the event of inclement weather—in smart homes, thermostats and environmental sensors can “tell” your HVAC systems what to do.
What does aD Do?
audioDave’s team works with your existing HVAC systems, integrating disparate technologies to a unified network. From there, we program an intuitive control, typically an app downloaded to your smart phone, that you’ll use to easily manage and adjust your HVAC systems. When it comes to integrated, automated heating and cooling, audioDave is available to advise at every stage of the installation process, whether you’re designing a fresh new home or modifying an older one.
In the smart home or office, users can easily access every temperature control in the unit with a few simple taps to their smartphone or tablet. In the event of a cold front or heat wave, you’ll be able to instantly adjust HVAC systems throughout the building, even if you’re miles away. At work, program "Business Open" and "Business Closed" controls that incorporate HVAC technologies - that way, a comfortable environment in the morning is just a tap away, with guaranteed energy savings after you’ve shut down for the night. At home, set similar "Wake Up," "Bedtime," and "Welcome Home" controls that integrate heating and cooling for enhanced comfort and efficiency.
With audioDave’s streamlined technology, automated HVAC means that a building’s indoor temperature can automatically adjust to the detected ambient temperature. Program your HVAC technologies to automatically adjust according to the time of day, or sync every office or home so that each facility “remembers” the same settings and interactions.