07:00 AM, time to get up. The bedroom light very gently dims up, the shutters rise a bit and the twittering of birds greets you from the automatically opened window. Heading to the bathroom very relaxed, you can open all the windows for ventilation with the mere touch of a button, raise all the shutters and send a signal to the coffee machine that you will be ready soon.
A brief glance at the info module or the visualisation reveals the current weather and makes the wardrobe selection easier.
Having finished breakfast, arrange to “depart the house” by again merely touching a button to automatically close all the windows and doors, deactivate several consumers and turn on the alarm system. Completely secure.
While on the go, your smartphone sends you a signal that a sensor in the garden has registered movement. A quick glance at the smartphone suffices to show that it is only the neighbour boy retrieving his football. Everything is okay.
Shortly before you finish work, your child informs you that he has forgotten his house key (also either a transponder or remote control) and is standing in front of the locked door. Even in this case, a quick click on the smartphone, tablet or PC very easily sees to it that the door opens and solves the problem before the tears begin flowing.