VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwire - May 4, 2012) - Intelligent Living Corp. ("ILVC") (
ILVC's SMART HOME integrated technology provides wireless control of the user's home. The features that can be controlled include: lighting, HVAC heating and cooling, home security, door locks, garage doors, audio and video media, sprinkler systems, window coverings, as well as other appliances. Preset timers and monitors can alert the homeowner of changes in use as well as notifications of security issues, all delivered via text message and graphic interface directly to an iPhone or Android phone. ILVC has completed testing and is rapidly moving toward public availability of its latest product innovation.
The Company's information technology background, and initial partnering with Microsoft, gave it an edge entering into this market. By using components and features available from well-known brands such as Home Automation Inc., Global Cache, Microsoft, HP, Intel, Apple, and Google, ILVC's products ensure reliability and stability of use and function.
"Our new mobile phone app provides consumer ease of use and makes SMART HOME features and capability even more accessible and desirable. With everyone moving toward apps to help organize and run their lives, our 'touch & control' SMART HOME app just gives the customer one more way to stay in control of their lives -- even if they aren't there. One of the features we have found to be very popular is the ability to monitor and control the electronic functions and power consumption of your home. This is a great tool that enables the home owner to become aware of home power usage in real time, to reduce energy consumption, and, therefore, reduce the monthly electric bill. The 'touch & control' SMART HOME app not only saves money, it helps reduce our carbon footprint," stated Murat Erbatur, COO of Intelligent Living Corp.
Intelligent Living Corp., a leading provider of green building solutions, specializes in multi-strata property renovation and development, home and commercial automation systems and development and supply of small footprint, energy efficient housing for First Nations communities and emergency relief. Founded in 1994, ILVC is a member of the Canadian Green Building Council.
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