“We have been able to make a smart and remote-control device for buildings which can be used in various fields, including relocating and taking care of the elderly, facilitating the daily tasks and saving electricity and gas in buildings,” Seyed Reza Alavi, the managing director of the company, told ANA.
He added that connecting the device to wireless systems and various sensors with remote programming is possible.
“This device has various applications, including relocation and taking care of the elderly, and in general, it is aimed at making the daily tasks easy in a remote control way and save energy and gas in buildings,” Alavi said.
In a relevant development, Iranian experts at Islamic Azad University managed to produce remote-control lighting systems for buildings by using indigenized equipment.
“We formed a technology core in cooperation with faculty members of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of Islamic Azad University’s Jahrom branch and a number of distinguished graduates of the university. The innovative and technological idea of this core was the smart and remote-control lighting equipment for buildings,” Hamed Banizaman, a faculty member of Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the Islamic Azad University’s Jahrom branch, told ANA.
“The main field of activity of our technological company is the design, manufacture and semi-industrial production of intelligent touch-sensitive equipment for buildings’ lighting switches and sockets,” he added.
Banizaman noted that the company is obtaining a knowledge-based production license from the Iranian Vice-Presidency for Science, Technology and Knowledge-Based Economy by presenting the ‘Internet of Things’ platform.