Please Help me with Your knowhow


Hi All good people...
I=B4ll be glad for some good advice for my new home.
For the last year i=B4ve been surfing around and read alot of homeautom.
to find the best solution for my new home. The home is a experiment for
me, living without switches but with a lot of sensors to feel my needs
for light and so on.
My problem is to choose teh best overall homeautomation controller.
Please let me in of Your know-how.
Here is my needs :
Telephone lines.
Accescontrol etc. fingerprint, facerecognition.
Burgler, fire, water alarm.
Hvac control.
Lighting 220v all dimmers on a din rail in controlroom 30 channel.
Spa/water control.
Internet acces to system in away situation.
IR control or IP controlled dvd, radio, amp. motorized big screen and
projector.
Blind control.
Flush mount 5-10 inch touchscreen. 3 items.
CC-Camera 5 items.
Etc....
Here is my listing for product i=B4ve been thinking about. But i think
they all miss something of diff things or is to amateur like or to
expensive.. Maybe i need a solution with 2 controllers.
Hai
Stargate.
Homeseer.
Amx.
Casaworks
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Control4
Comfort Home Control.
I have to consider the possiblity of selling the home and the new
owners has to ahve a chance to maintain the system..
Thanks and best regards from Stones in cold Denmark..
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StonesDK
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Well personally I like the HAI Omni Pro series. I have one in my home and I have installed a couple in both homes and businesses.
The HAI systems include, Fire, Heating/Cooling, X10, Motion Detectors. It interfaces with both Homeseer and HAL2000 and can be controlled over the internet. With ID/PW ofcourse.
Take a little visit to my home and see some of the things I have here. I use Homeseer, Omni Pro, Ocelot.
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Don
You Could also try PowerHome. You can find it at
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. Tell'em dmoreno sent'ya. I have been using it for 4 years now. You can customize it in the very minute detail. Check it out.
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Donald Moreno

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