Easy operation via radio frequency and the Internet
QIVICON lets you bring together multiple Smart Home devices from different brands on one single platform. Not only can you easily and reliably control, monitor and automate the functions of different brands and devices, you can even combine them. Quick and easy via Smartphone, tablet or PC.
The array of different brands keeps growing and growing
QIVICON gives you a set-up assistant that guides you through every step of the way to your Smart Home. From user account set-up and connection of devices from various brands to installation of the required apps
Whether on your smartphone, tablet or PC – with the right apps from the individual brands, you can control, monitor and automate all connected devices and functions via the QIVICON Home Base.
All devices are wirelessly connected to the QIVICON Home Base. So you don’t have to install anything or rewire. Existing household appliances – from fans to your favourite old lamp and even your coffeemaker – can be easily integrated into your household system control using compatible smart plugs. And should you move into a new house or apartment, you can simply take the QIVICON Home Base and all compatible devices from different brands with you.
QIVICON uses wireless protocols designed for the Smart Home. The basic set-up supports HomeMatic, HomeMatic IP, ZigBee® Pro and the inclusion of DECT ULE has also been completed. The QIVICON Home Base also incorporates two USB ports, enabling you to use additional protocols. QIVICON even integrates previously installed Smart Home solutions with their own gateways. All connected to the QIVICON Home Base simply via a standard router either by cable or wirelessly, via Wi-Fi.
All communication with the QIVICON Home Base via the Internet – regardless of the Internet service provider – connected with servers is encrypted. All user data related to QIVICON is stored exclusively on Deutsche Telekom servers in Germany. All devices from different brands operated using QIVICON incorporate the latest security functions in their radio transmission technology.