Nice Group launches four new smart home systems



Italian home automation provider Nice Group launched four new smart home system products and solutions, including the Yubii smart home ecosystem, at CES 2020.

“Smart home automation is expected to continue to grow exponentially in 2020 and beyond,” said Luca Longhin, president of Nice North America. “With the launch of these new products, Nice North America is now ideally positioned to offer a complete ecosystem of home automation solutions specially designed for the region, bringing users from the portal to the door and throughout the smart home while providing security and room. – of the mind through monitored alarm systems. All controlled from the palm of your hand.

The Yubii Smart Home Automation ecosystem provides direct access control for lighting, shutters, blinds, awnings, garage doors and gates through the MyNice smartphone app, which can be integrated with Google systems Home and Amazon Alexa. The system is run through the Nice Core hub, a WiFi connected control system with two-way protocol and mesh technology, which allows Nice products to interact with each other and users to create custom settings. The system also includes the Nice Era One BiDi, a portable remote control for gates and garage doors, and the Nice Era P BiDi, a portable remote control for awnings, blinds and roller shutters.

The Nice Spy system, a movement motor for overhead sectional garage doors, can be integrated and moved on existing tracks. It does not require chains or other loud devices, and includes an obstacle detection and entrapment avoidance system. It can be controlled either via a wall unit, a Nice Era remote control, as well as a smart connection.

The Era Inn, an interior blinds management system, integrates a soft start and stop function, intelligent alignment of blinds under any load and an obstacle detection function to stop movement if an object or a person is detected. Era One LR two-way transmitter, designed for automated control of gates and garage doors, can send commands at a distance of up to 0.62 mile.

All four products and systems are expected to launch in North America in 2020.


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