BERLIN (30th August 2018) – HomeBeat.Live, the digital platform for apartment buildings, is proud to present first IoT integrations for multi-family buildings at IFA-Next. On September 2nd, smart sensor (GIRA) and smart heating (Vaillant) use-cases will be presented. Direct Machine to Machine (M2M) connectivity enables central infrastructure providers in apartment buildings to seamlessly reach the people affected, enhancing both comfort & safety.
You will find HomeBeat.Live at booth #307 in Hall 26 on September 2nd.
Gira Giersiepen GmbH & Co. KG is one of the leading full-range suppliers of intelligent system solutions for building management. Gira products stand for German engineering skills, for reliable "Made in Germany" quality, for perfection of form and function.
Vaillant offers its customers worldwide eco-friendly, energy-saving heating and ventilation systems that make increasing use of renewable energies. Its product portfolio encompasses solar-thermal and photovoltaic systems, heat pumps, pellet boilers, ventilation systems for low-energy buildings, combined heat and power stations, high-efficiency heating systems using fossil fuels, and intelligent controls.
HomeBeat.Live is the first freemium B2C solution which enables individuals to drive long-overdue digitalisation of the building in which they live – free of charge, without any technical knowledge and in less than 10 minutes.
HomeBeat.Live is like Slack™ for apartment buildings, enhanced with building-specific functionality to optimise communication, transparency and access to services in residential buildings. The platform enables strong and vibrant communities, 24/7 access to information, enhances efficiency and improves safety in the building. Intrinsic to the building, continued access to both data and platform is assured. Property managers gain access to a powerful tool to become visible in a positive manner whilst avoiding investments themselves.
Homebeat.live GmbH was founded end of April 2016 by Bruno Acar and Anton Skorochod and is currently active in Germany, UK, USA, Australia, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands and Belgium.